Best Wedding Ceremony Processional Songs

Sometimes couples don't think about what is often seen as a smaller detail in the overall picture of a wedding. The little things that they didn't even know would be a big part of their day.

Most people realize the bride has her song. But there are other elements to each ceremony that make it a smooth, beautiful, loving moment between two people.

You'll want to consider background music while your guests arrive, music for the processional (bridesmaids, groomsmen, flower girls and ring bearers), when you sign your register/license and make things legal, and when you leave together for the first time as a newly married couple.

All of these elements ensure that your ceremony is enjoyable for you and your guests and overall tells your close family and friends something about your personalities through your music.

In our first article on your ceremony music series, we'll start with songs that are great for the processional.

* "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri
* "Hallelujah" by Jeff Buckley
* "La vie en rose" by Andrea Bocelli
* "I Was Married" by Tegan and Sara
* "Magic" by Colbie Callait
* "Everyday" by Buddy Holly
* "Canon in D" by Pachelbel
* "Flighless Bird, American Mouth" by Iron and Win

Want a few other ideas? Contact us. We'll be happy to send a huge list for your day, as we work with our clients through the entire process of their planning stages.