Post # 1
I want to know what most people pick for their processional and recessional music. What did you pick or what did the bride at the last wedding you attend pick. I want to know popular ones that most people pick. Also Trumpet Voluntary.. there is Pucell and Clarke. That is confusing me.
Also did you have your mothers walk down to music, and what songs did you pick for the bridesmaid and recessional..
I need help with this in deciding
Post # 3
We haven’t picked everything yet, but we want our music to be more modern and upbeat. I’m walking down the aisle to “You are so beautiful” because that’s a song my FH sings to me when no one’s around. Other than that, probably some van morrison, some beatles, etc. Fun stuff!
Post # 4
Our processional is “Nothing Else Matters” as performed by Apocalpytica!
Post # 5
I love Prince of Denmark March (Trumpet Voluntary) by Clarke. Haven’t figured out what else to put with it. When I find out I’ll let you know!
Post # 6
For my processional, I used Bittersweet Symphony by The Verve and had my DJ make it an instrumental version. The recessional was Life in Technicolor by Coldplay. For prelude music, I just used Vitamin String Quartet music,mostly Coldplay and then some Dashboard Confessional. It was an awesome ceremony =)
Post # 7
we are doing vivaldi’s “spring” from four seasons for the processional. i will be walking to “from this moment” by shania twain. for our recessional, we are doing either “wouldn’t it be nice” by the beach boys or “we go together” from grease.
if you want to know what most people typically use, you can listen to it on youtube and it also list the titles and artists for you. here you go:
Post # 8
I am also using Bittersweet Symphony by the Verve. A violinist will play it as the proccessional. She is also going to help us narrow down what we want for the rest of the ceremony music by limiting it to what she actually knows how to play! She also said she is willing to learn new pieces for us, but I don’t want her to do any more than she has to. Also, since we’re getting married in a Catholic Church, they don’t want us to use any "popular music," even though a lot of the recommended music they have us aren’t actually hymns. We think we might have to disguise Bittersweet Symphony by calling the The Verve "The Verve Orchestra," or something.
Post # 9
Bagpipes and traditional Scottish tunes.