Post # 46
My bridesmaids and I are also walking down to Peter Gabriel’s “Book of Love”. It bring me and FH to tears so it’s perfect for us. Is it weird that that me and my girls are all going to be walking to the same song?
Post # 48
On my first wedding, I walked in to “Brimful of Asha” by Cornershop.
Post # 49
steph129: amazing! What a good find!
Post # 50
tonit: I’m planning on Concerning Hobbits for my processional, and the Star Wars theme for our recessional.
Post # 51
A friend of mine played You Are My Sunshine on the piano. Not a dry eye in the place.
Post # 52
I’m planning to walk down to Hedwig’s Theme since Harry Potter was my first love and then walk back up to the Mario Victory song (the one at the end of each level in the original Super Mario Bros.) since we’re total nerds.
Post # 53
Darling Husband walked our grandmothers to their seats to “Grow Old With You”
Wedding party walked to “Marry Me” by Train
I walked to “Kiss Me” by Sixpence None the Richer
Recessional was “Rhythm of Love” by Plain White T’s
Post # 54
I walked down the aisle to Vitamin String Quartets’ cover of Crazy for You by Madonna. I loved it!
Post # 55
I will preface this by saying both Fiance & I as well as the vast majority of our guests are / were in the dance music industry.
Bridal party walking in to Your Love by Debonair.
I’m walking in to Flight Facilities by Clair De Lune remixed specially by a DJ friend for the occasion.
Walking out to Jump Around by House of Pain. Cos we love that song, and it’s our wedding so we can.
Post # 56
- Wedding: July 2017 - Nashville, TN
Canon in D violin version for the be party and I’m walking to the violin version of Everything I do (I do it for you).
Post # 57
- Wedding: October 2015 - Haddonfield, NJ
I’m walking to “Love How You Love Me” by Neutral Milk Hotel. Music has played a huge part of our relationship, so we’re involving it in everything.
Post # 58
tonit: I am a HUGE Coldplay fan, so I chose “The Scientist” played on violin and guitar. My bridesmaids walked to Oasis “wonderwall” and our recessional was “bittersweet symphony”. We had so many guests approach us just to say how moving it was 🙂
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Post # 60
I walked down to our string quartet playing Journey’s “Don’t stop believing” which was one of my hubbys favourite songs – he said he knew what was playing straight away and was really excited for me to walk down the aisle.