Post # 1
The song I have been wanting to walk down the isle to is actually classified as electro, but it is very romantic and not overly loud. It is “Eyes” by Kaskade. I absolutely love this song and think the lyrics are perfect for my fiance and I on our big day. Would it be weird to walk down the isle to this song or any upbeat song for that matter? Should I save this type of music for the reception instead?
Post # 2
Luckily there are no laws governing what type of song you can walk down the aisle to. Pick what you want.
Post # 3
There was a video on facebook where the whole bridal party danced down the isle…the groom and bm, then one groomsman and bridesmaid, etc…it was great! Wish I could find it for you. You might try googling it. All that means is to each their own!
Whether you want to walk down the aisle to Guns and Roses (one of my friends weddings) or Kaskade…or dance down the aisle….do what makes you happy and by you being happy everyone else should be too! Have fun it’s YOUr wedding!
Post # 4
If it’s the song of your choice and not so fast that it’ll be impossible not to dash down the aisle then go for it. There’s no rule about what you have to choose. With the exception of UK civil ceremonies where music must be secular and have no religious connotations.
Post # 5
- Wedding: December 2014 - 13th ~ TN
pbrt: countingstars: +1, it is your wedding, your choice
Post # 6
Pick whatever you want. My sister-in-law walked down the aisle to “Marry You” by Bruno Mars and she just went at a normal slow pace and it wasn’t weird or anything.
Post # 7
pbrt: I’m walking down the aisle to the Terminator theme (orchestra version). Pick whichever song you’d like :).
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Post # 9
pbrt: I walked down the aisle to an upbeat song- you by Chris young. I lived every minute of it… It was more us than the traditional slower songs