The wedding party is walking to "Sea of Love," by Phil Phillips, and I am walking to "Can't Help Falling in Love," by Elvis. We're kind of keeping a theme of older romantic music through the ceremony, cocktail hour, and first dance.
Not sure what we're doing, but I think it'll be something non traditional. Our wedding is the second for us both and white symbolizing purity seems hypocritical to me, so I'm wearing red and black. He's wearing black and red. We are both throwing splashes of white into our look with jewelry and accessories. There are other things we are doing differently but these are the biggest things
Bridal party is going to walk to either Tale as Old as Time (instrumental) or Can You Feel the Love Tonight (instrumental). I'm walking to A Thousand Years by Christina Perri but covered by The Piano Guys.
We’re going completely untraditional! I’ve gone back and forth but decided to just go with what I want! I’m a huge 90s R&B fan so my bridesmaids are walking in to This Very Moment by KCi & JoJo and I’m walking in to Let’s Get Married by Jagged Edge!
Music can be a fun way to express the personality of you both as a couple. We plan to play a classical march during the processional. There are beautiful contemporary songs, but it would seem beneficial to play a more conservative selection since many of our reception choices are a bit unconventional. Happy planning!
We are having a solo cellist play during the Ceremony. He has only experience playing in a symphony so I had to choose classical songs rather than modern songs. Also, since the same runny is a Jewish ceremony officiated by rabbi, I had to fix picked songs that were secular.ere's the lineup:
We are having a solo cellist play during the Ceremony. He has only experience playing in a symphony so I had to choose classical songs rather than modern songs. Also, it's a Jewish ceremony officiated by rabbi, so I had to pick secular songs. Here's the lineup:
Wedding Party Processional:The Swan (from Carnival of the Animals) Bride Processional: Bach, Cello Suite No. 1, Prelude Recessional: Bach, Gavottes, Cello Suite No. 6