Aisle Be Walking To The Sound Of?

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Category : Wedding Music

You arrive at your venue, you are in your dress and about to walk up the aisle to greet your soon to be other half – but how do you choose the music to get you there?

After attending an amazing wedding recently (Fiona & Chris Robertson at Balbirnie house, Fife!), we have chosen to have a humanist ceremony. Slightly less traditional (which suits us!), it allows us to incorporate a bit more of our personalities into what is essentially the formal part of our wedding day – and one way we plan on doing this is with music.

Not quite as off the wall as this couple but perhaps not as traditional as the beautiful pachelbel canon d, I have it in my head that I will walk up the aisle to this (song only known to those who care enough to listen!). A favourite of both myself and my H2B that will hopefully have people singing (most likely humming) as I walk, that long walk, up the aisle.

The song in itself isn’t particularly unusual, however the lovely ladies over at WeddingBee.com, gave me some further food for thought. A keen singer and guitar player (remember the wannabe rock star) – wouldn’t it be quite unsual if the groom himself were to play the guitar……

What do you think? Would this be the perfect start to our perfect day?


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Comments (5)

Beautiful song choice! And yes, yes the groom playing the guitar and the guests humming is such a fantastic idea! You should go for it! X

Yay! I think so too Caroline – and Chris was very excited when I suggested it!!

I think your husband to be welcoming you to the church in this way would be an incredible thing to do.
Its a great way to personalise your day, just remember your waterproof mascara though. From my point of view I would be in floods if my husband sang to me, it would be amazingly moving.

Ali @ http://www.plansandpresents.blogspot.com

That is a very good point Alison! Hopefully happy tears rather than why didnt I just put a cd on!!

Yay we’re famous! Just an FYI – I walked up the aisle to Pachebel Canon in D :)

Love the site x

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