Post # 1
Hi, What music are you having for walking down the aisle? I love ‘The arrival of the queen of Sheba’, but weirdly I’m having that for walking out! I’m stuck on finding something classical, but happy sounding. I don’t want the trumpet voluntary or the traditional wedding march as I had one at my first wedding and Dear Fiance had one at his and we’d like something different. Any ideas? Thanks!
Post # 3
My in-laws, Rev, Fiance and his son are walking down to Bless the Broken Road by Rascall Flatta. I’m walking down to Highland Cathedral by the Royal Irish Regiment
Post # 4
The bridal party is walking on Fly Robin Fly by Bond. It’s an instrumental but more upbeat version of Pachelbel’s Canon in D. Like you we wanted classic but happy!
And I’m walking on a violin instrumental version of To Love you More by Celine Dion but performed by Lucia Micarelli
Post # 6
Maybe check out Handel’s Water Music Suite or Royal Fireworks Music?
There’s Beethoven’s 9th/Ode to Joy, which is more common as a recessional, but you could use it as a processional
Prince of Denmark March
Thaxted/O God Beyond All Praising (Theme from “Jupiter” in Holsts’ Planets Suite)
One of the themes from Vivaldi’s Four Seasons?
Post # 7
@aalliep: Thanks for all the replies. I will check out some of those suggestions 🙂
Post # 8
One of my good friends walked down the isle to “A River Flows in You” by Yiruma. It is so beautiful, and definitely carries an inspirational/happy quality that you might be looking for.
Also, I am just going to throw this out there. I know many are against using anything from Twilight in their wedding, but there is one song in the latest movie — “Turning Page” by Sleeping at Last. There is an instrumental version that you can look up on youtube (what I would use).