We went the traditional route for the wedding. I’m walking to Trumpet Tune in D. We decided to use music to help with the flow of the day. For us this means using classical for the ceremony, jazz during dinner (lots of Glenn Miller in there), and everything else for they party.
I think I’m probably going to go with the song “Pie In The Sky”, which is the main theme for the (FANTASTIC!) movie “Waitress”. It’s just a really lovely, dreamy, hopeful instrumental piece. Slowed down to about 90% of the original speed, it’s really soft and romantic.
I’m walking down to “Your Song Instrumental” by Craig Armstrong. It’s so fitting because not only is it a beautiful song, but our first dance is most likely going to be the “real” “Your Song” by Elton John. So it kind of ties it all together 🙂
We are having a violin and cello play and right now I am tossing up between Ben Folds – The Luckiest (which will make me cry) or just to be different the Game of Thrones intro (which will make me grin).
I’m still on the fence about a few songs for my bridal party but I am definitely walking down to “Just the way you are” by Bruno Mars. Fiance says when he heard it, it was like the song was describing exactly how he felt about me. =)
I knew the songs I wanted to use before I knoew who and how many bridesmaids I would pick. LOL The wedding party will be walking to True Love sung by Elton John and Kiki Dee (Written by Cole Porter). And I will walk to You by Evanescence (Written by Amy Lee). I know they are different, but I really love both songs.
I’m walking to “Buon Giorno Principessa” from La Vita e Bella (Life is Beautiful) played by a string quartet:
Though lately, I’m tempted to walk to “Soul Bossa Nova” from Austin Powers, because how cool would that be? I’m having visions of hiring the local high school marching band, marching in outta nowhere…:
Okay, okay…I’m stick to the first choice. Tee hee 😉
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