You will want to think about the music playing the bride walks in to church.
This may be played on the organ, or it might be on CD or maybe you have family or friends who are musicians who could play.
There is an opportunity for more music to be payed whilst you are signing the registers.
Then there is the music when the bride and groom leave the church.
It works best if you have at least 2 hymns. 3 works well and 4 is OK but remember that each hymn last about 5 minutes, so 4 hymns makes a long service! Click here to go to the suggested order of service.
SUGGESTIONS FOR HYMNS
You'll want something you know and enjoy and which, hopefully, the congregation will join in singing too!
Due to copyright complications I'm not reproducing the words of the hymns here. There are lots of web sites that give you the words. I strongly recommend you have a look at the Church of England web site wedding planner too. It will show you the words of hymns and readings, and let you hear the tunes of the hymns.
Here are the names of a few hymns that you might like to look at:
And did those feet (usually called "Jerusalem")
Give me joy in my heart
Lord of all hopefulness
Lord of the dance
Love divine, all loves excelling
Morning has broken
One more step along the world I go
Praise, my soul, the King of heaven
Shine, Jesus, shine