Ceremony Detail Form
This form will assist in the music and flow of your ceremony.
This form only needs to be submitted if Vivid Events is providing services for your ceremony.
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Ceremony Location within venue
Not your venue name. Name of specific location of ceremony within venue.
Processional Song & Artist for bridal party enterance
Processional song for Brides enterance
Officiant would like
A wireless lapel micorphone
A wireless handheld microphone
Will you have any readings by your guests?
Prelude music is played prior to the ceremony as guests are being seated. These songs will set the tone for your ceremony, therefore classical or romantic music is commonly played.
Prelude playlists are typically played for 20-30 minutes prior to the start of the ceremony
Provide us with a playlist or select a style of music below
I've submitted a playlist
Vitamin String Quartet
Let DJ Decide
Other (Please list in prelude playlist)
Processional songs are used when the bridal party and the bride are walking down the isle. Typically one song is used for the bridal party to enter while the bride enters to her own song.
If you are using only one song list it in one column and put "only use one song" in the other.
If you are using more then 2 songs please list the song list below on the comment form.
It is recommended that the officiant have a microphone so that the dialogue from your ceremony can be heard. Two microphones are available
Wireless lapel microphone
- A hidden microphone that clips on to the officiant.
Pro- Hidden Mic. Good for photos
Con- Bride and groom need to project when doing vows.
Wireless handheld microphone
-Black handheld microphone. Can be placed on a stand as well.
Pro- Does a better job of getting everyone's dialogue as opposed to just the officiant.
Con- Some people prefer not having it in the photos or video.
If anyone is reading a passage, poem, etc typically we will provide a microphone for them as well.
Final words from officiant during ceremony
Recessional Song & Artist
Notes about Ceremony to DJ
Every ceremony ends differently. It's great to ask your officiant what the last portion of the ceremony will be so that we know when to cue the recessional music.
The recessional song is the song used for the bride, groom and bridal parties exit. Try to find a fun, upbeat song. Celebrate!
If you have any additional details regarding the ceremony that the DJ should know please let us know to the left.
Things to mention might be..
-Additional details about the location of the ceremony.
-Any notes that your officiant has given you to pass along to us.
-Alternate location of ceremony if raining.
-Activities occurring during the ceremony we may need to know about.
Before submitting please look over the form and make sure the information everything is correct. Its advised that at this point you print the completed form so you have it for your reference.