I always wanted to be a helpful hand for the brides-to be, that’s the reason why I try to ease their work in fulfilling the wedding planning tasks with every article of mine. And I won’t stop in telling you that through a good organization and calm spirit, you’ll achieve the goal of planning a wonderful unforgettable wedding.
The problem is simple. Generally talking, a wedding is composed from three parts: the civil marriage, the ceremony and the wedding party. This article is dedicated to an important part of the ceremony which is totally about emotions, expectations, heartbeats and amaze. The wedding processional is a precious moment of the ceremony which requires lot of attention to plan it because there must be a correct order of attendants, but also you should have the best from church approval of playing music during ceremony.
Now, is very easy to highlight this moment and put your personal touch on the entire ceremony. Because the wedding processional is the initial step of the whole wedding, it should be emphasized through a great soundtrack. There are couples who opt for recorded music, but still the idea of hiring a choir to sing live songs is much appreciated. Usually, the wedding processional is emphasized through classical or instrumental melodies such as “Canon in D”, the “Wedding March”, “Ave Maria” or “Ode to Joy”. This is not a rule. Every couple should highlight this precious moment as they want because nowadays, more than ever, the personal touch of the couple is much appreciated.
The bride-to-be and the groom have the freedom of choosing a melody which sets the tone and the mood of their wedding. There are many couples who dislike the idea of playing classical songs during their processional and they are looking for trendy songs for wedding processional. In the following lines, I’ll try to answer to this need through some gorgeous suggestions of trendy songs for wedding processional, but I must warn you that if your marriage will be officiated in a church or in a temple, you should have the approval of the priest in what concerns the chosen songs: “Bittersweet symphony” performed by The Verve, “Kissing you” performed by Desree’, “Heaven” performed by Dj Sammy, “Your everything” performed by Keith Urban, “A new day has come” performed by Celine Dion, “Je t’aime till my dying days” performed by Enigma, “Still in love” performed by Beyonce, “The keeper of the stars” performed by Tracy Byrd, “Lost in this moment” performed by Big and Rich, “All things are possible” performed by Shane Walshe.
I find these songs as being very trendy, but also suitable for the wedding processional and I’m sure the priest will approve your desire of hearing some of them during your precious moment of entrance.11