A special day deserves to be special in every aspect. Whether it is the venue or the lights, the food or the drinks, the guests or the music, the dresses or the rings, a wedding should be perfect. In the department of entertainment and the music, you may wish to hire a wedding DJ in Sydney but whether or not you would have the loveliest of time will depend on the tracks that are played as well. Typically, your wedding DJ in Sydney would have a list of recommendations which you might like and there may be a few surprises from the DJ’s console which are also welcome but wouldn’t you want to have some special tracks for yourself, chosen by you and your partner.

Every couple has at least a few dozens of songs that each loves more than the other. There are traditional wedding songs, contemporarily popular ones and classical or of specific genres. We often hear a song somewhere and wish we could hear more of it. Couples often listen to a song and wonder if they can have it played at their wedding and if the wedding goes by and you miss out on having a song you would have loved to have, it can be a minor cause for regret.

While consulting with your wedding DJ in Sydney, seek recommendations and also come up with your own suggestions. You have the absolute freedom to ask for any songs you can think of. If you need some help to pick the best wedding ceremony music, choose a few among these.

“At Last” (Etta James)

“Only Time” (Enya)

“Come Away With Me” (Norah Jones)

“Appalachia Waltz” (Yo-Yo Ma, Edgar Meyer, Mark O’Connor)

“Unforgettable” (Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole)

“It’s Only Time” (Magnetic Fields)

“The Look of Love” (Dionne Warwick/Burt Bacharach)

“The Vow” (Jeremy Lubbock)

“Come What May” (Nicole Kidman and Ewan McGregor)

“Storybook Love” from the movie “The Princess Bride” (Willy DeVille)

“Wedding Processional” (from The Sound of Music) (Richard Rodgers & Oscar Hammerstein)

“Can’t help falling in love” (Elvis Presley)

“What A Wonderful World” (Louis Armstrong)

“When I’m Sixty-Four” (The Beatles)

“Bridal Chorus from Lohengrin” (Richard Wagner)

“Canon in D” (Johann Pachelbel)

“Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” (Johann Sebastian Bach)

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream, incidental music, Op. 61 Wedding March” (Felix Mendelssohn)

“Guitar Concerto in D Major”, Largo, (Antonio Vivaldi)

“Air” (from Water Music Suite), (George Frederic Handel)

“The Prince of Denmark’s March” (Jeremiah Clarke)

“Procession of Joy” (Hal Hopson)

“Rigaudon” (Andre Campra)

“Wedding March” (from The Marriage of Figaro), (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

Prelude from “Te Deum” (Marc-Antoine Charpentier)

“Trumpet Tune and Air” (Henry Purcell)

“Trumpet Voluntary” (John Stanley)

“Coronation March for Czar Alexander III” (Peter I. Tchaikovsky)

“Overture” (from Royal Fireworks Music), (George Frederic Handel)

“Promenade” (from Pictures at an Exhibition), (Modest Mussorgsky)

“Sinfonia” (from Cantata No. 156), (Johann Sebastian. Bach)

“Cantata No.29” (Johann Sebastian Bach)

“Prelude and Fugue in C” (Johann Sebastian Bach)

“Toccata” (from L’Orfeo), (Claudio Monteverdi)

“Romance from String Quartet” (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

“Piano Concerto No. 21 in C major” (“Elvira Madigan”) (Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart)

“Trumpet Tune in A-Major” (David N. Johnson)

“Winter,” Largo or “Spring” Allegro (from The Four Seasons), (Antonio Vivaldi)