The celebration of the Sacrament of Marriage, which is rooted in the Church’s regular worship life, is not a private family function, nor is it merely a social affair or a personal expression of your love for one another. Rather, it is an action of the entire church in whose presence you commit yourselves to one another. Because the Sacrament of Marriage is worship, it is principally congregational. And because it is congregational, every effort should be made to enable the assembly to participate in a full and active manner. The liturgy is neither a show nor a performance and it is not enhanced by any design that creates passive observers. Everyone present should be encouraged to participate by being able to hear, see, speak, sing and pray.
The selection of music for your wedding ceremony is a very important process, but many couples don't know where to begin. That's what we're here for! We've designed this part of our website to acquaint you with some of the best music available for the various parts of the Catholic wedding liturgy. Choosing your wedding music will take a while, so you might want to come back and visit this music page several times before you finalize your selections.