Everyone as a wedding participant can wait to see the grooms at the church and then again at the start of the party at the reception the effect is amplified when background music inspires emotions and gives incentives in this way.
Like any beginning it all starts with a memorable point: at the church with the big entrance of the bride and at the second part of a wedding with the grooms’ first dance.
At each part entrance wedding songs are needed. But it all differs and especially because it is about the church as first location, a sacred place. The restrictions are about decency and the priest approval of the music chosen- if it is not in the discussion about religious one. Taking it on steps as how it will happen, the right order is with the church first. The entrance wedding songs here can be about non vocal songs, classic music or anything you like. But it all has to be part of the love, slow songs category. In this way some of the options in concrete examples can be Clayderman “Love story”, Yanni from the album “Love Songs 03” “To the one who knows”, Chris Spheeris “Juliette” etc. Going further with the event it comes the second part but the same need. The location is changed but no quite the music genre too. In this situation little less the restrictions are but even so not all kind of music can be accepted as suitable for the time.
Entrance wedding songs vary though from the grooms’ first dance, the time and moment which opens the real wedding party or it can be about the proper entrance of the grooms to the location, the immediately arriving here time. As songs to choose can be Andrea Bocceli “Vivo per lei”, Bryan Adams “All for love”, Joe Dassin “Et si tu n’existais pas” etc.