Do you have music during wedding breakfast?

Do you have music during wedding breakfast?

Background music is essential to create an atmosphere during the wedding breakfast. ... Chilled out, low-key music is what brings that whole atmosphere together: getting your guests in the mood to chat, drink and laugh, and giving them a breather before the real party starts.

Do people still walk down the aisle to Here Comes the Bride?

Waaaaay back in 1850, German composer Richard Wagner composed a piece for the opera Lohengrin titled ”The Bridal Chorus.” Brides are still walking down the aisle to it today. Some people call it the “Bridal March.” Some people know it as the “Here Comes the Bride Song.”

Why is the wedding march played?

Mendelssohn's wedding march was first played in a wedding in 1847, but it was Victoria, the Princess Royal and Queen Victoria's daughter, who made it the song to play during a wedding ceremony by having it accompany her own wedding in 1858.

Is the wedding march public domain?

Licensing. This work is in the public domain in its country of origin and other countries and areas where the copyright term is the author's life plus 70 years or fewer.

Is the wedding song copyrighted?

Copyright law exists for a very good reason. It protects the intellectual rights of the original recording artist of the wedding music. In short, artists like to get paid for the music they have created. Using their music in your wedding films without permission is essentially the same thing as stealing their work.