Wedding Ceremony Music
The ceremony is the most emotional and romantic moment of the wedding. It doesn’t matter whether you are a traditional or modern couple. The choices are numberless when it comes to decorations and music. This is the moment you’ve been waiting for a very long time now. The walking down the aisle moment is definitely the most exciting and sentimental in a woman’s life. The groom is also very enthusiastic yet nervous about the fact that he will see his future wife in her dream wedding dress. This experience is unique and it has to feel one of a kind for both the newlyweds.
Everything has to be perfect and the best way to make sure that your wedding ceremony will be anything you’ve wanted you must choose the music with care and attention. The music for the walking down the aisle moment is the most important because it will set the tone and the mood for the entire event. The guests are usually eagerly waiting to see what song the bride and groom chose for this special ceremony. The music is very powerful and it is able to evoke the emotion of the couple and add more solemnity, elegance and cohesiveness to the ceremony.
If you are a traditional bride, you would like to walk down the aisle on Wagner's ‘Here Comes the Bride’ march. Or, you can choose something even classier, like Pachelbel's ‘Canon in D’. Modern brides and grooms can seek for something to captivate the spirit of the day and go with something more contemporary and flirty, like the beautiful Come Away with Me from Norah Jones. You should let no one influence you in this decision. Make sure that you pick something personal yet enjoyable for your guests in the same time. The best ceremony music has to be an expression of elegance, cheerfulness, romance and happiness. You can choose special music for the processionals, recessionals and prelude and postlude music for the guests. It’s never a bad idea to pick very popular music for a wedding.
It’s also safer this way. You can be sure everybody knows and feels the vibe. On the other hand, if you wish to add more uniqueness to your day, go with something more modern and personalized. Young couples shouldn’t opt for a too traditional or conventional music. Try to keep things light and accorded to the current trends. For classic couples, anything like A Midsummer Night's Dream by Felix Mendelssohn or Jesus, Joy of Man's Desiring by Bach can fit. For a more modern ceremony, choose Only Time by Enya, Can't help falling in love by Elvis Presley, What a Wonderful World by Louis Armstrong or Unforgettable by Nat King Cole and Natalie Cole.