Post # 1
I have been contemplating what song I want to walk down the aisle to. Do I want the traditional wedding songs or do I want to walk down the aisle to something different? I listen to a variety of music but country being the most listened to. My FI listens to only old country music (80’s or before).
My daughter is my MOH and will be the only one walking down the aisle before me. If I go traditional – I was going to have her walk to Ode to Joy. If I want to be different, I thought about Grow Old With Me by Glenn Campbell.
If I go traditional, then I will walk to Here Comes the Bride but if I go with something different, I am looking at either Kelly Clarkson’s – A Moment Like This or Chris LeDoux’s – Look At You Girl.
I am up for opinions and suggestions. Thank you 🙂
Post # 3
@shnwhitcj: I Like your non traditional piics….but I am a non traditional person =)
I am walking down to this http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3LnpcImLpl0 I am going to ask my uncle to play it…. The whole wedding party will walk to the same thing.
Post # 4
I used a non-traditional song that still felt bridal to me…
So Are You to Me by Eastmountainsouth
Here’s a more “country” version too since that may fit more with you & your FH style & wedding =)
I absolutely LOVED the song I chose & DH did too!!!… it totally made him cry. tehe.
Post # 5
i am walking down to the portugese love theme from love actually.. i havent decided on the rest of the wedding party yet
Post # 6
I really want to do a jack johnson themed ceremony in regards to the music. He is one of our favorite artists.
Post # 7
I voted “traditional”. It will be (if i can convince the church organist) Pachelbel’s Canon
Post # 8
Canon in D from Pachelbel has been the song I knew I was walking the aisle even before I met my fiance.
Post # 11
@KS240030: YAYYY!! I just love love love it <3
Post # 12
I went totally non-traditional. You and Tequila by Kenny Chesney. BUT, my best friend played it on the acoustic guitar and nothing else. It was perfect. 🙂
Post # 13
I really like the idea of walking down to John Denver’s Annie’s Song.