Post # 1
So …. I have everything in my wedding planned out to a T except for my music choices. I am having a country style themed wedding at a vineyard. I need some ideas for what my parents and bridesmaids should walk down the aisle to. I also don’t know what song to play after I say I do. If anyone has some ideas I’d love to hear them. Thank you!
Post # 3
Assuming you mean country songs, Shania Twain’s “Your still the one” instrumental may be nice to walk down the aisle. or Lonestar’s “Amazed” instrumental.
Post # 4
I’m doing the same concept! However, I am opting for music that represents my favorite song from my childhood: “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwoʻole. And after the vows will be Trumpets Voluntary. But if you are into country music, you could try:
“I’ll Be” by Reba McIntire, “Me and You” by Kenny Chesney, “When You Say Nothing at All” by Alison Krause & Union Station….plus Keith Urban has a lot of good love songs! If the songs are too invasive, you could try an instrumental version of any of them!
Post # 5
Thank you for your comments …. Those are good ideas for some songs.
Post # 6
I’m doing the same thing and hadn’t even thought about what the Bridesmaids should walk down the aisle to! Only for my entrance (All your Life by the band perry) and our exit (Haven’t COMPLETELY decided, but originally I was thinking Honey Bee by Blake Shelton!)…The exit should be something upbeat that means something to both of you!
Post # 7
I am getting married in July and I am walking down the Aisle to “two is better then one” and after we are married we are walking back down to “as bad as it gets” by Thompson Square! We want it to be a fun upbeat song after we are married. My bridesmaids are walking down to a piano cover by coldplay Life in Techni Color..http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dGNORKjeyAQ Good LUCK! Hope this helps 🙂 and congrats!