Common Wedding Grand Entrance Songs
All the weddings in their meaning and order of facts are alike. But this doesn’t mean that you can’t change the pattern, the way of making the things. You know how it is said: just because others do it that way doesn’t mean that you have to. So, with the clear intention to be original in everything it seems that even at the wedding music part you need to think at a distinctive play list.
Indeed, thinking at the religious ceremony part, the music needed in various times here represents a challenge. First it is the location imposing decency and out of respect not all the genres and types of songs can work.
Then it is about the church, the priests’ approval on regards of what you choose. But at least trying to avoid the common wedding grand entrance songs will be for the wedding participants a surprise. First of all, the grand entrance can have two meanings so that you have two missions: the first one is related to the bridal time at the church, the minute she enters and marches down the aisle. At this part what is known to be a common decision is the “Here comes the bride” song. But also “Cannon in D” is another preference in the common top. As to be on the other side than traditional way you can choose Libante Strings Quartet “Two words” or a song from Era’s repertory. Secondly in meaning for the grand entrance is the time for the party to being. Here the song should be about an introduction made for the whole reception to begin, all the guests to dance.
And at this category as common wedding grand entrance songs are either “Let’s get the party started” by Pink, either “The start of something big” by Count Bassie.11