Choosing The Perfect Ceremony Song

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Choosing the perfect set list for your ceremony can be hard, there’s so  many songs to choose from it can get confusing which ones mean something to you!
So we, Replay Acoustic Duo are here to help! We are happy to go through any songs in our repertoire with you so you can get a feeling of what they sound like.

We find the best way to choose is not to think about the words of the song but maybe is there a song you can remember listening to when you were first together? or song that you both love. It doesn’t have to be a typical love song but something that you both like. We played for one couple where they had “Get Lucky” by Daft Punk as their exit song, it was a great upbeat number which everyone knew so started to sing along to.

Within a ceremony performance we usually play around 5- 6 songs as your guests arrive, then 1 song for your processional (we can always shorten this to your favorite part of the song, as you walk down the aisle) then we play around 2- 3 songs as you sign the register (we always have an extra song just in case photographs take a little bit longer) and then finally we play 1 song as you exit the venue.

Most Popular Song Choice’s

At Last – Eva Cassidy (you can hear this on our demo page)
Your Song – Ellie Goulding
Kiss Me – Ed Sheeran
Time After Time – Eva Cassidy
Just Like a Star – Corrine Bailey Rae
Fly Me To The Moon – Frank Sinatra
Heaven – Bryan Adams
Iris – Goo Goo Dolls
With or Without You – U2 Love In A Hopeless Place – Rihanna
You’ve Got The Love – Florence and The Machine
Next To Me – Emeli Sande
Don’t Know Why – Norah Jones (can be heard on our demo page)
Lego House – Ed Sheeran                                                                                                                                                                Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis

We are also happy to learn a song for you that you don’t see on our set list page.

Many Thanks and Happy Wedding Planning Jess and Dan.