(Closed) When to include solo during ceremony?

posted 4 years ago in Music
Post # 2
7673 posts
Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: November 1999

kl6294:  We did it during the signing of the marriage certificate. i.e. after the vows, we went off to the side table to sign the certificate (and got photographed doing it). 5 people needed to sign it (bride + groom, celebrant, two witnesses (Best man and Maid of Honour) so it took a few minutes.

Post # 3
799 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: June 2014


aussiemum1248:  That might depend on where she’s from. We never had to sign our certificate (we’re in the states). Only the officiant needed to sign it (no witnessess needed) so he took it home with him and mailed it in. It wasn’t a production or a part of our ceremony. 

kl6294:  I’d just include it where you’d do a reading. Perhaps after your vows or the exchange of rings porition of the ceremony. 

Post # 4
2180 posts
Buzzing bee

kl6294:  I’d just include it wherever it’s appropriate, such as at a time when you could do a reading. I also don’t think it would be weird to do nothing during the solo, other than look at the soloist or each other. If your soloist is visible, even off to the side, I would think that anyone who does not have their back to the soloist would be looking at her while she is singing. It might be kind of nice to have a moment when it’s just you and your Fiance looking at each other and listening to the song, while everyone else watches the soloist.

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