Music For The Jennerations
A professional vocalist for more than 20 years, I have had the pleasure of entertaining audiences of all ages throughout Indiana at such venues as The Indy 500and The Indy City Market.
My experiences have taught me over and over again that music is a universal language with healing powers that knows no age limits.
Music is one of the best tools for connecting and building stronger relationships.
Jennifer’s Music For The Jennerations makes many appearances including The Carmel Farmer’s Marketand a number of special events throughout the area!
I also offer a number of different Musical Memory programs and Singing Sentimental Grams!
I would love to share my music with you!!
Jennifer’s Music For The Jennerations and your wedding ceremony!
Jennifer Johnson, 317-513- 6823, firstname.lastname@example.org
A Note From Jennifer
Congratulations on your upcoming wedding!
No matter whether you are a music person or not your wedding ceremony music is very important! Music is a universal language that bridges the communication between all you hear it. Your wedding ceremony music should reflect your love for each other and those who are attending. So there are some things you must do when it comes to wedding ceremony music! Be sure to take the time to explore your options. Your ceremony music sets the tone for your wedding. If you are getting married in a church your music may have to follow certain guidelines and your musicians may have to be part of the church’s music department. If you are getting married in a nontraditional venue you may be free to do whatever you want. Be sure to know what you are allowed to use and not use for your venue. Do some research on what the popular wedding songs are. There are those tried and true songs that everyone recognizes as well as those that have become traditional wedding music staples. You owe it to yourselves to review these tunes. Yes it is your wedding but certain songs are not going to work for a wedding ceremony. Once you have an idea of what songs you want you need to research your musician options. If you are getting married in a church more than likely there are musicians that the church uses. If you are having the wedding in a nontraditional venue you are probably more free to hire who you want. A professional vocalist for more than 30 years, I have sung for many weddings and worked with
numerous couples on their ceremony music. I can’t tell you how many times I have worked with couples who have no idea what music they want or the musicians they want to use. Together we have been able to explore their music likes and dislikes, the venue’s ceremony rules, if any, and then create a plan for their ceremony. My music is called Jennifer’s Music For The Jennerations!! I sing for all kinds of occasions and weddings are one of my favorites! Here are a few links to videos and audios of my wedding ceremony songs-
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LT0WBJHMlLo (Word Of God Speak)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SOVfl6wPK3E ( Can’t Help Falling In Love)
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ScLuI1eE2H0 ( Sunshine On My Shoulders) This was sung at the
reception with background singers!
It is my passion to share my experience and knowledge with brides and grooms so their ceremony music
is everything they have dreamed of! I have had the pleasure of being a part of so many beautiful
weddings! I look forward to working with you too!