Before you make your grand entrance and begin your walk down the aisle, your wedding party will go before you, heralding your arrival. Many couples are choosing to break with tradition and explore unique processional options, like having their bridesmaids and groomsmen walk down together, or having the groomsmen walk first and then the bridesmaids. Some creative couples even opt to choreograph a fun dance for the wedding party entrance squadgoals! No matter what you choose as a wedding processional song, be sure to make it special for the ones who have supported you tirelessly on your journey. Here, we're bringing you a list of wedding processional songs as diverse as your crew of besties. We've chosen these songs specifically for your wedding party; you may want to walk in to a different song or find the perfect crescendo in one of these songs to make your entrance. Need a little more help with your wedding music? Keep your ceremony on trend when you choose any of the tunes on our list of modern wedding processional songs.
Here are 28 instrumental wedding songs we love.
Looking for instrumental wedding songs? There are so many gorgeous stripped-down versions to fall in love with—and they're particularly perfect for weddings since they seamlessly blend into the background, letting the bride and groom take center stage. From contemporary hits to rock classics and country jams , you're sure to find instrumental renditions you'll love among our top picks. You'll hear Vitamin String Quartet's gorgeous acoustic renditions of popular tunes, which would be great for a first dance, processional , and reception, respectively. We can't forget the dramatic, practically weeping cellos of 2Cellos, and the chemistry-laden duets of Brooklyn Duo. Other artists do an equally amazing job at turning pop music into lovely instrumentals. All of these, and the other songs you'll hear, are well worth considering for your walk down the aisle or your wedding reception playlist. Below we've curated a list of of the best instrumental wedding songs to walk down the aisle to. Why We Love It: "A deeply touching instrumental arrangement lends an organic feel to any ceremony. This would be a harmonious addition to any outdoor event".
Best Instrumental Songs
We're here to help you keep moving forward , no matter what your plans are. Mariposa String Quartet. If you ask us, instrumental wedding songs are pretty underrated. There are the popular songs you've probably heard before—like "Canon in D" and the "Wedding March"—but if you think they're your only options for tasteful, timeless wedding music, think again. Whether you're looking for classical wedding songs or instrumental music that's both modern and sophisticated, it turns out that you have plenty of tracks to choose from. We've picked our favorite instrumental wedding songs you can incorporate throughout your big day, from the prelude and your vows, all the way to the reception. Once you hear a song you like, look for wedding musicians in your area who can help you bring it to life on the big day. An orchestra of violins and cellos make this instrumental wedding song a simple but beautiful and emotional masterpiece. Use it for your wedding processional and we guarantee there will be waterworks. This acoustic guitar cover of Selena Quintanilla's famous ballad "I Could Fall in Love" might just bring tears to your eyes.
A processional song is the music that you and your wedding party will walk down the aisle to — you can have one song for everyone, or choose a separate song for your grand entrance. At the end of the ceremony, you and your new husband leave the venue to your recessional music, which tends to be more upbeat than the processional. Listen and enjoy as we present our pick of some of the best wedding music ideas. Often known as Here Comes The Bride , this piece of classical music is the traditional choice for the procession of the bride, and is often played on an organ. Another very popular choice with brides. This gorgeous piece of music sounds beautiful played by a traditional quartet, but we also love this version by Per-Olov Kindgren on classical guitar. Why not get the best of both worlds with an instrumental cover of one of your favourite songs? We seriously love this piano and cello cover of Christina Perri — check out The Piano Guys for more classical covers. Walking down the aisle to a song from your favourite film soundtrack is another way to incorporate instrumental music with a personal touch into your ceremony. There are loads of options to choose from — Love Actually is a great place to start, and will have you welling up before you know it.