Looking for something special and different for your wedding music?

As you walk down the aisle, at the most important point of the day, you deserve to have things exactly as you imagine them.

This is the processional, the big entrance, the big moment of focus. Your musical choice here depends very much on your venue, the formality of your day and your personal musical taste as a couple.

For a tailor-made music solution exclusive to you both as a couple, Aisletunes offer a truly unique and special service that your friends won't have seen before!

Turning your signature songs of choice into baroque arrangements for your wedding day, this package is perfect for the couple who understands how much impact the right music has on their special day.

Baroque Music for your Wedding

Baroque music is traditional for weddings, made famous by Pachelbel's Canon in D, written back in the 1700s.

What catapulted this song to matrimonial fame was Prince Charles and Princess Diana’s fairy-tale wedding in 1981. The royal couple did not use Pachelbel’s Canon, but they did use a baroque processional — “Prince of Denmark’s March” by Jeremiah Clarke - drawing sudden, far-reaching attention to other baroque composers like Pachelbel.

Turning your special song as a couple, which holds so many memories, into a one of a kind baroque piece for your wedding day is a surefire way to evoke emotions from everyone at your ceremony!

Which songs can I choose for my baroque arrangement?

Literally any song you desire! Aisletunes love the challenge of creating unique arrangements, and anything goes!

We have compiled a list of songs that we think would work well (and would love to try!) to give you some inspiration:

Happy – Pharrel Williams 

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell 

Titanium – David Guetta

Everlong – Foo Fighters

Help! – The Beatles

Get in touch with us here at Aisletunes for an informal chat about your wedding music ideas, and we can turn those ideas into magical wedding tunes for your very special day.