Post # 1
so for our ceremony, my fiance is walking down the isle with his mom and then my maid of honor is walking with his best man, and then all of our bridesmaids and groomsmen are walking down in pairs, and then our flower girls, and ring barrer, and then me and my mom.
so for the bridal party i want somewhere over the rainbow by iz,
should it be instrumental or can i play the lyrics?
Post # 3
I think that instrumental is just so elegant and classic. And everyone knows the tune over the rainbow so even if its instrumental people will recognize it.
Post # 3
I’m a big fan of lyric music for wedding processionals– I’m not sure why–I just really like hearing actual songs rather than instruments. (Instrumental always reminds me of elevator music– unless it is performed live.)
Post # 4
We definitely had the lyrics in the songs that we had for our processionals.. it was the whole reason I picked them… hehe
I think it’s definitely about what you and your FH want to do.. as long as there aren’t any religious or venue restrictions =)
Post # 5
i hate instrumental songs. but i dont want to lose focus on everyone walking down the isle. I am walking down to canon D the rock verson, we love how it starts off regular and then speeds up on the guitar, it is so us and my mom thinks it fits my personality so much.
Post # 6
I like instrumental for weddings because the lack of words elevates the emotions in the song as people have to think what they feel versus what the singer is telling them to feel during the ceremony. Just a thought. 🙂