Post # 32
Bridal party= So easy by phliip phillips
Me- “falling in love in a coffee shop” – landon pigg
For some reason, for me to be emotionally attached to a song, I need lyrics. Fiance and I met in a coffee shop, which is why I find the song fitting. Its also a beautiful song.
Post # 33
@Ls413: Everyone knew because I told them. We had a destination wedding in Hawaii with ten guests. My family definitely would have recognized it without me telling them, but we spent 10+ years of family vacations going to Universal Studios, and my dad and I both like to hang out in the Jurassic Park area and listen to the music. I’m not sure if DH’s family would have recognized it or not. I think most people who don’t have an obsission with the movie or the soundtrack would probably feel like it was familiar, but have trouble placing it.
Post # 34
- Wedding: October 2013 - A Beautiful converted Barn
@beautifullyboheamian: i walked down the aisle to ‘the ice dance’ from edward scissorhands, played on the harp. it was beautiful!
Post # 35
During the seating “you & me” – lifehouse.
Groom, gms and bms will be walking to “hanging by a moment” – lifehouse.
I will be walking to “all or nothing” – theory of a dead man.
recessional is “life is beautiful” 6 a.m.
I’m hoping to find someone to play them via piano.
Post # 36
Our processional is “To Make You Feel My Love” and recessional is “How Sweet it Is (To Be Loved by You)” – both on piano.
@Scorpio88: That is one of my favorite songs ever…awesome choice!
Post # 37
I want to use the vitamin string quartet’s version of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah
Post # 38
To Build a Home – The Cinematic Orchestra! I can’t wait!
Post # 39
Looking for an instrumental versino of Leonard Cohen’s “Hallelujah.” My favorite song of all time
Post # 40
I am walking down to “Somewhere Over the Rainbow” by IZ
It doesn’t really “go” with our theme, but it has always been such a special song to me. When I heard the Iz version I was DONE. Instant tears. I knew that had to be my wedding song.
Post # 41
A pop/rock song, written in the late 1960s, that has a one word title – my first name. (It makes my mother cry, every time she hears the tune).
Post # 42
“A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri. I tear up everytime… lol
Post # 43
Posted on wrong thread, sorry!
Post # 44
We are all walking in to one song – A thousand years – The piano guys
but our reccessional is Gone, gone, gone by Phillip Phillips
Post # 45
- Wedding: November 2014 - Historic cinema
@MadsTheGallifreyan: I’m walking in to Tara’s Theme from GWTW! So dramatic and beautiful!And not to mention perfect for my cinema wedding 🙂
Post # 46
Does anyone have thoughts about the use of a recorded song as ‘walk down the aisle’ music? (I mean as opposed to having someone perform live.)
I heard a bride ranting about it being tacky, but quite frankly I could see less going wrong than when it’s a live performance… Do guests really think “Oh god, she’s playing an iPod?” (and if they do, do I want those people at the wedding?? 🙂 )
I haven’t set my mind either way, just wondering if smart people have thoughts about it.