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  • Writer's pictureLaura Seymour

Exit Songs / Recessional - to what song would you exit your wedding ceremony?

What to Expect from Serenity String Duo at the end of your wedding ceremony.

Whether it's elegant classical repertoire for a sophisticated ambience, or getting the party started with some of our favourite pop arrangements, our music will provide the perfect celebratory ending to your ceremony.

So - let the celebrations continue!!

Here are some of our recommendations for your exit piece / the recessional -

Classical choices:

  • Spring – Vivaldi

  • Ave Maria – Schubert

  • On Wings Of Song – Mendelssohn

  • Arrival of the Queen of Sheba - Handel

Modern Pop choices:

  • Can't Stop The Feeling – Justin Timberlake

  • Viva La Vida - Coldplay

  • Marry You – Bruno Mars

  • Over The Rainbow – Israel Kamakawiwo’ole

  • Sky Full Of Stars – Coldplay

Classic Pop choices:

  • Here Comes The Sun - The Beatles

  • Crazy Little Thing Called Love – Queen

  • Bittersweet Symphony - The Verve

  • What a Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong

  • At Last –  Etta James

Film & TV choices:

  • Glasgow Love Theme

  • Tale As Old As Time - Beauty And The Beast

  • Kissing You – Des'ree

  • Game Of Thrones Theme - Game Of Thrones

  • My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion


Yes, sure!

Let us know if you'd like us to perform whilst you do your confetti photographs.

Special Requests:

If you would like a song you don’t see on our list, let us know and we will look to see if an arrangement already exists. If we can access it we will let you know.

Otherwise, we can discuss putting a bespoke arrangement together for you at £60.00 per piece.

When do we need to make our decisions by?

As with other sections of your wedding ceremony - although there is no rush on choosing music from our list, we like to remind clients that if you'd like to explore the bespoke option, do let us know as soon as you've made a decision, so we have plenty of time to arrange the piece for you. As previously mentioned, usually we ask for at least a month's notice so that we can practice the pieces in the context of your set list. But don't worry, we will contact you with plenty of time spare when we need your choices.

Remember: It's a celebration! You're married!

There's lots of music to explore, so have fun choosing and if you need any further guidance let us know, and as always - we're excited to hear your thoughts!

Best wishes,

Laura & Katja

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