Post # 1
What are some good instrumental versions of songs to use for the bridal entrance of walking down the isle. So far I was thinking of Vitamin String Quartet’s “Wild Horses” and there’s a piano version of Train’s “Marry Me” on Youtube, but I’m pretty sure it’s just some random guy so I don’t know if my DJ would be able to use that. I can’t find the “Wild Horses” version on Youtube but you can look it up on iTunes. This is the piano version of “Marry Me”: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bZcgFJiKwF4&oq=marry%20me%20i&gs_l=youtube..0.5j0l9.623.3731.0.4904.12.8.2.126.96.36.199.5188.8.131.52.eytns%2Cpt%3D-30%2Cn%3D184.108.40.206…1ac.1.11.youtube.QAQP387ziLM
But I’m not 100% on either. I am seriously the most indecisive person ever. So any thoughts on these songs? Suggestions on others? Thanks so much!! 🙂
Post # 3
I am using 8 songs by the Vitamin String Quartet for the guests arrival and seating, all are pop songs (like Wonderful Tonight and Pumped Up Kicks). Then using a string quartet version of Enya’s “Only Time” for the seating of grandparets, officant, groom, and best man walk down the aisle. And then an instrumental version of Abba’s “Slipping Through My Fingers” for the wedding party processional, and another for Kelly Clarkson’s “A Moment Like This” for mine.
My DJ told me they can use anything I find on iTunes. So I used YouTube to find songs I liked them looked them up in iTunes to make sure. Everything I’ve picked is usable. Check with your DJ to see if they can do this or have a suggested song list. I love the Marry Me version. Such a perfect song! Email your DJ and see if they can play it. Doesn’t hurt to ask!
Post # 4
Oh man! I haven’t even started to think about all of those songs. I like that idea though, and may copy it 🙂 Thanks!
Post # 5
We are using the PianoGuys version of “a thousand years”. It’s beautiful
Post # 6
I really like Journey’s “Don’t Stop Believing” instrumental. They play it on the Wedding Singer when Robbie is about to get married.
I also love the Beatles “Here Comes the Sun” instrumental.
They’re both really beautiful 🙂