Post # 1
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Im on the vampire wagon! and semi proud of it?? only because I like this song? and maybe the edward cullen character is hot…. slim maybe…
Believe it or not, I like this song to , WALK DOWN THE AISLE TOO! thats right.. you heard me.. walk down the aisle too a score from twilight? Am I crazy? or could this just work?
Post # 3
i was watching this weekend and totally thought of that!!! so beautiful. if i hadnt picked something different.. i say go for it. although im playing it now and Fiance just said “what is this?” I said “why? do you like it?” He didnt really answer me so when i told him he just shook his head. I see nothing wrong with it but hes a hater 😉
Post # 5
Absolutely beautiful… I think it would be perfect!
Post # 6
- Wedding: September 2010 - Heron Hill Winery
would it be horrible of me to do this lol!! the winery we are having our wedding at already has an Eclipse wine….it’s quite a beautiful song though…perhaps using it for the processional?
Post # 7
… alright, I’m going to have to be the dissenter. This vampire thing is a total fad (or at least I hope it is because all the ones I’ve looked at are so terribly written it hurts). In 20 years, are you going to be okay with the fact that you walked down the aisle to a movie theme based on a book for 13 year olds? Or is there the chance that you would regret doing it and wish you had gone for something a little more classic?
That being said, I just listened to it and it is a gorgeous song. Someone hired some pretty outstanding composers. But still. 13 year old movie. With vampires.
Post # 8
Since you already are into vampires, etc. then I think it’d be perfect for you! It is a very elegant type of music & I think it’d go well for walking down the aisle to!!
Post # 9
It’s a beautiful song and no one is going to notice it’s from twilight. Go for it.
Post # 10
I’m with KMSull, it’s a little trendy. It also seems like you’re a little embarrassed/second-guessing yourself in your post, and I feel like you’d need to be 100% confident to go with such an unusual choice. Also, some of your guests will probably recognize it, which is fine if you’re 100% sure of it, but if you’re already a little uncertain and somebody’s like “Why did you do THAT?” it might feel a little uncomfortable.
I liked Twilight, but I’m more of a Buffy fan, and I had a huge crush on Angel – and the biggest reason I wouldn’t walk down the aisle to the Buffy/Angel theme is because it makes me think “OMG Angel is so hot!” Not the thought I would want in my head as I walk toward my future husband 😉
Post # 11
Im not really into the whole vampire thing, believe it or not but i actually bought the soundtrack before watching the vampire movie.. I just really like the score. What im worried about it is that someone finds out its from twilight and thinks im a totally wierd for playing it? But I like the idea that is a little differant and its not the whole totally traditional canon in d or the wedding march, back in the dark ages classical (sorry if there are any diehard classical fans here) , We are being married in a garden, so its not a church theme.
Its got such a great melody.. its a top contender.. But im on the fence atm.
Thanks for the input girls!
Post # 12
If anyone recognizes that it is from Twilight, I think it will not go across well. It may be a really pretty song, but thats a bit morbid don’t you think?
Post # 13
I think that it is beautiful, vampire movie or not. I am not obsessed, but I actually liked the Twilight books and I am 28! =) No one is going to know that it is off of Twilight, and who cares if they do. People use songs at there wedding that have been on tons of movies all of the time. I say go for it if you like it!
Post # 14
If you love it then go for it. Most people aren’t familiar enough with the music to make any connection, regardless of how they feel about the films themselves.
Post # 15
Umm, I don’t know the song and maybe it is really pretty, but so is the love theme from Star Wars. Would you walk down the aisle to that?
I should say, I am walking down the aisle to a song from a movie, Lara’s Theme from Dr. Zhivago. The difference is that the song is a world-recognizable love song and the movie isn’t a fad.
But, I wouldn’t recognize the song, personally, so there is one less person who would tsk tsk you.
Post # 16
I considered that song, although it’s not actually in the movie. My bridesmaids are walking down the aisle to flightless bird, american mouth from the prom scene.