Pointe du Moulin
Pointe du Moulin

Notre-Dame-d'Île Perrôt, Qc

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Manoir Rouville-Campbell
Manoir Rouville-Campbell

St-Hilaire, Qc

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Château Taillefer-Lafond
Château Taillefer-Lafond

Photo façade, courtesy of levesquephoto.com

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taillefer-lafon-pic.jpg
taillefer-lafon-pic.jpg
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Notre-Dame Basilica, Old Montreal
Notre-Dame Basilica, Old Montreal

Basilique Notre-Dame, Vieux Montréal

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Le Château Ramezay, Old Montreal, QC
Le Château Ramezay, Old Montreal, QC

Back view-vue de derrière

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Le Chateau Ramezay
Le Chateau Ramezay

Salle de Nantes

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Forest and Stream Club, Dorval, Qc
Forest and Stream Club, Dorval, Qc

Club Forest and Steam sur le bord de l'eau, Dorval, Qc

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Gallant Maple Pavillon, Rigaud Qc
Gallant Maple Pavillon, Rigaud Qc

Pavillon La Sucrerie (Auberge des Gallant)

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On your wedding day, we generally begin playing 10 minutes prior to the ceremony starting, as background music while guests are being seated. 

The processional music will begin once a signal or cue has been given by the officiant residing over the ceremony.  

Two standard musical moments generally occur during the signing of the register and for the recessional (exit of the newlyweds). 

Other musical interludes can take place after a reading(s), during the lighting of a unity candle, a symbolic wine or sand ceremony, or communion. 

You are welcome to customize your music selection down to the last note!