Top Wedding Entrance Songs
Music is an important element in the wedding ceremony; the songs a couple is choosing are defining specific moments of the wedding ceremony. The song needs to represent these moments which are actually parts that constitute the wedding body. According to the moment’s meaning songs have to reflect through their lyrics and tunes as well the particularity of it. As part of the wedding reception, the grand entrance is also a moment that needs to be performed accompanied by music. Here the wedding couple’s choices are unlimited as are the songs that have been released through years, songs that contain appropriate lyrics for the given moments of the wedding reception.
The entrance, called the Grand Entrance takes place when the wedding couple and their bridal party enter the reception hall. The order of this entrance is as it follows: parent of the couple, ushers, bridesmaids and groomsmen, best man and maid, flower girl and finally, the wedding couple. This is the time when the music that underlines the moment has to be reflected by a song with appropriate lyrics. Choosing this song is sometimes a real issue, many of the existing songs lend themselves to the beauty and importance of the moment. That is why for the wedding couple selection part may take time and often arguments to the selected option.
We can not say precisely what the top wedding entrance songs are, since these songs vary according to the wedding couple’s personality and taste, and also to the wedding theme the couple preferred for their wedding ceremony. The only criteria taken into account might be the number of preferences of the wedding couples for various songs and these could be: “At Last” – by Etta James, “Happy Together”, “Accidentally in Love” – by Counting Crows, “Always and Forever” – by Heatwave, “beautiful Day” – performed by U2.
There can be songs that through their lyrics and funny tunes parody the moment of the wedding entrance, but the wedding couple has to be sure that this style of comical note is perfectly accepted by the guests and not misunderstood otherwise its effect is ruined. Some of these choices may include: “Another one bites the dust” – by the legendary Queen, this song could be perfect since it has a gradually growing rhythm of the instruments preparing in its special way the entrance of the newly wed, “Ain’t that a kick in the head – performed by Dean Martin, “Danger zone” – by Kenny Loggins, “Enter Sandman” – by Metallica and so on.
Hiring a DJ is another option for choosing the way a couple prefers their music to be performed at a wedding reception. A DJ can bring a note of originality with his selected songs; merely his presence there could be the ground for improvising in amusing tidbits the moments that prepare the guests for the great entrance.11