Post # 1
I only know what I want for my processional. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iIyXWm_cw2E Wedding March from Jonathan Cain from Journey.
But I don’t know what will go well with this for the bridesmaids. And what to use for the Recesional. Originally wanted http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QeuXpXLPOi8 Can’t help falling in love by Lick the Tins. What do you think?
What are you using?
Post # 3
So pretty! =) I’m planning on walking down the aisle to Yiruma’s ‘River Flows in You’: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ZOqUFqF_ZwM, and I too am stuck on what to have the rest of the wedding party walk up to. (We’re doing a spin on a Jewish processional, though, where EVERYONE — grandparents, parents, siblings, BM, MOH, etc. all process, so it can’t be anything too girly, but I want it to fit with the rest!) I was thinking ‘Joy’ by George Winston, though (but I’ve decided I don’t really like it): http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8IAxauUP93w.
When we were thinking of doing a traditional Western processional, I considered some other Yiruma songs, Pachelbel’s Canon, and ‘Rose’ from the Titanic soundtrack.
Post # 4
Not sure yet on any of this so I’d love to hear other ideas! I considered walking down the aisle to the Vitamin String Orchestra’s rendition of "Never Think" from Twilight. (note — NOT because it is from Twilight but because the instrumental is BEAUTIFUL!)
Post # 5
I’ve decided to use "Crazy Love" by Van Morrison for the wedding party processional.
"Sweet Inspiration" for the Recessional.
And "Blue Sky" by The Allman Brothers for the reception Grand Entrance. Fiance loves the southern rock.
Post # 6
for the processional, the wedding party is going to walk to vivaldi’s "spring," and i will be walking to "from this moment," by shania twain. for the recessional, i’d like to have something fun, maybe "wouldn’t it be nice," by the beach boys or "we go together," from grease…..lots of choices.
Post # 7
Processional – Pachabel’s Canon
Recessional -So Happy Together (sung by one of my awesome BM’s and a boyfriend of a BM.) It’s gonna be AWESOME.
Post # 8
We’re using Canon in D for the entire precessional, and All You Need Is Love for the recessional. All the music will be performed by a string duo (violin and cello).