There are several different paths you can take when it comes to selecting your processional music. The following are just some of the options out there:
If you have always dreamed of the classic, fairytale wedding, then classical music is probably the right choice. Elegant and timeless, classical music will set you up with a dramatic entrance that will tear at guests heartstrings.
Popular classical wedding songs include:
Canon in D – Pachelbel
Wedding March – Wagner
Concerto for Two Violins, 2nd Mvt – Bach
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring – Bach
Air on G – Bach
Flower Duet – Delibes
Ave Maria – Schubert
If you and your partner have a more relaxed approach towards the ceremony, then selecting a contemporary song to be performed as you walk down the aisle can be a great way to evoke your ideal atmosphere. The addition of lyrics is also a bonus as they can be used to express to how the two of you feel about one another.
Popular contemporary wedding sons include:
Marry Me – Train
My Only Hope – Mandy Moore
Lullaby – Dixie Chicks
Everything I Do – Bryan Adams
Here, There and Everywhere – The Beatles
From This Moment – Shania Twain
Gorecki – Lamb
Heaven (Slow Version) – DJ Sammy
Only Time – Enya
All My Life – K-Ci & JoJo
I’m Yours – Jason Mraz
Better Together – Jack Johnson
If you want something a little different, that still oozes grace and sophistication, why not have a popular jazz standard performed? There is so much great jazz out there that you can use, and they won’t be as repetitive as some of the contemporary song options.
Popular jazz processional songs include:
Moon River – Mancini
Somewhere Over The Rainbow – Judy Garland
The Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra
At Last – Etta James
What A Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
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