Post # 1
Hello, bees –
I am in need of Christian songs to have played for the processional and for my entrance. Only a piano will be used, so these songs need to be pretty with only piano, and I also need to be able to find the sheet music somewhat easily to give to the pianist…that means nothing too obscure! I’ve been looking for a few days now, but I haven’t been able to find that “perfect” song yet 🙁
Any suggestions you have would be GREATLY appreciated! My wedding is only 23 days away!
Post # 3
Try Steven Curtis Chapmans “I will be here” It is beautiful and will be played at my wedding..
Post # 4
- Wedding: July 2013 - The front lawn of our church
Do they have to actually be Christian songs, or just not “worldly”? I’m having a very conservative Christian wedding, but I’m walking down the aisle to Vitamin Strings Quartet I Can’t Help Falling in Love With You. It’s really pretty and doesn’t sound too “secular.” They also do a beautiful job on Have I Told You Lately that I Love You. My other favorite is Royal Philharmonic Orchestra’s version of When I Fall in Love.
If it has to be Christian, I would say maybe Be Thou My Vision. There are some gorgeous instrumental versions.
Post # 5
@a_mason27: Try Yiruma. His music is just piano. No words. So its not religious or secular. 🙂 His music is what I intend on using 🙂 because it is utterly breathtakingly beautiful.
Post # 6
I used “Tennessee” by Hans Zimmer for the bridesmaids’ entrance. It’s not religious, but it is classical, so it may work.
For my entrance, I used the old Celtic hymn, “Be Thou My Vision.” Everyone thought it sounded beautiful, and it flowed wonderfully with the bridesmaid’s entrance.
Post # 7
Look up David Nevue if you still haven’t found anything, he has hymns and other gorgeous music all on piano and has the sheet music on his website.
Post # 8
Oh, I forgot to mention this in my previous post, but look at Jadon Lavik’s “I Will Be Here.” It’s a beautiful song. My Darling Husband and I used it for our first dance song, but it’d work for a processional, too