So me and my H2B are getting married in 2 years and we are having a civil ceremony. We want music playing whilst we sign the register but how long does that take so we know how many songs need to be played whilst people are waiting? Thanks x
Hi I think you will only need 1 tune while signing the register :)
We had 15 minutes worth of songs for the register ours was a church wedding but you want to allow for photo taking time x
I would pick a maybe 3/ 4 songs because of photos being taken while and after you sign register. Best person to ask is the registrar
We've been advised to have about 15-20 minutes of music for signing register and then if any pictures are to b taken at that point . If you have a favourite song / songs for this just make sure they're played first x
We've been told 3/4 songs
We were told 1 for walking in, 2 for signing and 1 for walking out x
I get married in 2 weeks in a register office we got told 1 whilst guests are entering, 1 for when I walk down the aisle, 1 for signing the register and 1 for leaving xx
Went to a venue today and they suggested 3 songs
Pick 2 max as you only really need the 1
I had Guns and Roses November Rain as it is really long and meant we only needed the one song.
we had one classical piece and had it on repeat lol
I don't know about in a registry office but we've been told 3 songs for signing
3 songs x
We picked 4 songs x
We had 3 songs whilst signing register and then photo pose of it
We played 3 songs and out was just long enough. I'd maybe pick 4 then you'll definitely have plenty xx
I used to be a wedding coordinator and I always recommended about 8 minutes of music for the signing, it is unlikely you will need that long but it does cover you in case it does take a bit longer x
Didn't even realise would need music for this so really glad I saw the post xx
I think only one song will be played lol but we've just chosen a little mix of songs for signing, photographs, etc.
We would recommend up to 10 minutes. This gives you time to sign the register, have a number of photographs of you signing the register and with your witnesses and also time to just take in that you're married!