One in Love and Peace is a comprehensive and practical collection of the most frequently requested wedding instrumentals, including such classics as "Canon in D" by Pachelbel, "Bridal Chorus" by Wagner, and "Ode to Joy" by Beethoven. Each of the twenty-three preludes, processionals, and recessionals found in this compilation is arranged for both organ and piano.
Personally and pastorally, I refrain from using the Wagner piece in part because of this catechization from the congregation were I was wed:
It is generally wise to avoid the use of any opera music in connection with Christian worship. Many operas, while containing music which is beautiful, certainly virtuosic, and often extraordinarily demanding on the skills of the musicians, are built on plots which contain murder, suicide, illicit sex, and often have heathen influences as well. There are exceptions, but caution must be practiced in the selection of music from operas for use in worship.
I also ask couples and musicians to refrain from using "Bridal Chorus" and Mendelssohn's "Wedding March" because of their extreme overuse! (See page pages 3 and 4 in the main edition for source notes on both pieces.)
The Rev. Paul J Cain is Pastor of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Sheridan, Wyoming, Headmaster of Martin Luther Grammar School, Yellowstone Circuit Visitor (LCMS Wyoming District), a permament member of the Board of Directors of The Consortium for Classical and Lutheran Education, Wyoming District Worship Chairman, and Editor of QBR.