(Closed) Ceremony processional music — what are you using?

posted 6 years ago in Music
Post # 3
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2014

@dreamhazer:  I choose Sigur Rós “Dauðalogn” for everyone to walk down too. I have loved this song for awhile now. Its slow so no one will be rushed walking and its long just in case i need a few extra minutes to breath before my song comes on to walk. I choose a piano version of ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow” to walk to. We arent getting married in a church but on a beautiful patio that over looks a lake at our reception venue so we had open range with what we could do.

Post # 4
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: April 2013

My Bridal Party is walking down the aisle to “Never felt this way” by Brian McKnight and I am walking down the aisle to “Love of my life” by Brian McKnight. We are having an outdoor ceremony at a ranch house. Both songs are very significant to Fiance and me.

Post # 5
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Busy bee
  • Wedding: November 1999

I agree, music has a huge part in setting the tone of the day!

I walked down to Schubert’s Ave Maria. We had a trumpet soloist (there is something about sound of trumpets in churches and cathedrals.. gives me goosebumps!) accompanied by a string quartet. 

We got married in a church so they required live music and for the pieces to be appropriate for the setting. This wasn’t a big restriction for me because I always imagined doing it this way anyway

In a parallel universe where I have a garden wedding I might’ve chosen Here Comes The Sun 🙂

 

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