Post # 1
I’ve been thinking for awhile what I wanted to walk down the isle to. I’ve always loved the traditional bridal march song. But I think walking down to Life House- You & Me is so romantic/ cute… at the part "Cause there’s you and me…" What do you think?
Post # 3
I love the idea of a song that means something to you.
When we first started planning I was all about the bridal march because when can I ever walk down to that again? But…it didn’t feel like us. I ended up walking down to "Ladies & Gentlemen We Are Floating in Space" by Spiritualized.
Post # 4
I’m all about the Lifehouse. I think it’s awesome you’re personalizing your wedding, and it’ll make your entrance that much more memorable!
Post # 5
Love me some Lifehouse, I’m so struggling with what to walk down the aisle to as well as our first dance…
Post # 6
I voted for Lifehouse also, such a lovely romantic song…sigh…and I am not a DUNDUNDUDUN kinda girl…hee hee…also not even an engaged girl (YET) but I can spend hours listening to songs & imagining which one will work best for the "walk down the aisle"…right down to "okay BM #1 goes NOW, BM #2 goes at the next chorus…"urgh I’m secretly obsessed with the "walking down the aisle" song.
Post # 7
i’m not particularly fond of the traditional wedding march, so i voted for lifehouse. we will be using something else for sure. the front runner right now might be glasgow love theme from the movie love actually.
ultimately though, you need to pick the song that is right for you.
Post # 8
I’m really hoping to do Edwin McCain’s "I’ll Be" but parents might freak, so not sure. But "You & Me" is on my list of maybe’s! I definitely love the idea of not doing the same thing everyone else has done for forever.
@happilywaiting (or anyone else!), got any good suggestions for BM proccessional? I was thinking The Verve’s "Bitter Sweet Symphony" (an instrumental version), but it gets really repetitive, so I’m not sure if 2 minutes of it will drive guests nuts. But it’ll take at least that long to get all the BMs and FGs down the aisle, possibly a lot more if the 2-yr-old doesn’t cooperate!