The following are parts of a standard wedding ceremony in North America:
Prelude: guests are gathering at the venue and getting seated. This is a time for quiet background music. Specific songs can be requested by the couples or Duo Pleiades can select the music.
(Optional) Parents’ Sitting: Parents of the bride and groom are being seated to the special song selected by the couple or duet.
Processional: This is a part of the ceremony when the bridesmaids and flower girl/boy as well as groom and officient enter the venue and gather up front. A special song can be selected by the couple or duet.
Bride’s Entrance: All rise, Here comes the bride! This is a part of the ceremony when a VERY special song for the beautiful bride is played. This special song is normally selected by the bride or couples. Duo can help to find a song.
(Optional) Music for a Special Ritual like mixing sand, planting tree, letting doves out etc. Special songs can be selected for this part of the ceremony.
Signing Official Marriage Registry: This is a part of the ceremony when wedded couple and their witnesses are signing the official marriage documents. During this time a few songs are softly played in the background. Couples or the duet make the selections.
Recessional: This is the closing part of the ceremony when the couple is introduced for the first time as husband and wife. A happy and upbeat song is played at this time. Couples normally select this song or Duo Pleiades is happy to assist in choosing a song.
After the ceremony Duo can play 1-2 songs for the guests to mingle and exit the venue.