Post # 1
I REALLY love Canon in D by Pachelbel and would LOVE to Walk to that, but I don’t know if that would be OK. I mean, I know it’s my wedding and all but..
I just think that song is THE most beautiful classical song ever.
Personally, I think the traditional bridal march song is blah.
Post # 3
You can walk to whatever music you want! I walked to “The Way You Look Tonight” though I don’t really remember hearing it when I was walking because my heart was beating out of my chest!
Post # 4
Sure…you can walk down to any song, unless you are doing your ceremony at a church that has restrictions. Then you might have to choose among their selections
Post # 5
- Wedding: March 2010 - Calamigos Ranch
Of course it’s okay. And I agree with you on all points. 🙂
Post # 6
I’m not even allowed to walk to the wedding march (Catholic church!). You hear it in the movies all the time, but its not used- or allowed- a lot of the time. You should pick whatever you want.
Post # 7
Sure! I have not decided yet, but Canon in D is one of the two songs I have chosen for my walk down the aisle.
Post # 8
whatever you want is OK. 🙂
Post # 9
You can walk to whatever you want! My Fiance is Jewish so the traditional Bridal Chorus is beyond out considering Wagner was a hardcore anti-Semite.
Post # 10
Yes, that is definitely okay!
Post # 11
I’ve actually never heard the Bridal March at a wedding – only Canon in D 😉
Post # 12
You can walk to whatever you want to! Alot of people choose not to walk to the here comes the bride song. I agree Im not really into that song at all. I know I will not be walking down the aisle to that song.
Post # 13
Well, there we have it lol! I will double check with the wedding coordinator at my church and make sure that it’s ok, but I think as long as it’s not mainstream music they will be fine with it. She said we can bring instrumental cd’s 🙂
I guess I’ll just let them figure out how to arrange it and at what point in the song I will be walking to because the beginning of that song is very soft and it’s not the best part – the most beautiful part is mid-song. OOOhh I can hear it already!
Post # 14
i actually love canon in d and think i hear it more than the bridal march as well!!!
Post # 15
That is absolutely okay! I’m walking down the aisle to the instrumental version of “I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You” 🙂
Post # 16
I agree with you I think the bridal march is kinda blah too!!
I love Canon in D, im actually gonna use that for when my bridesmaids, groomsmen etc walk to.
ME , on the other hand Im using something really different but its got a meaning behind it…. Iam having both of my parents walk me down, to “UNCHAINED MELODY” the piano version, I think its beautiful and the reason I am using this song is because its my parents wedding song , they got married in 1976 and they are still together.http://pianobrothers.com/Music/ThroughTheYears/index.asp
Click on the link above and then click on UNCHAINED MELODY to hear my “bridal march” song!!