We're here to help you keep moving forward , no matter what your plans are. There are so many options out there for bride entrance songs, which is why we made it easier for you with our top picks for bride walking down the aisle songs. Jasmine Norris Photography. Music is a key factor for many different parts of your wedding: cocktail hour, the first dance, the father-daughter dance and more. But the bride entrance song is one of the most important songs, as it will set the tone for the ceremony. You definitely want to choose a song that best suits your love story. Have you two been picturing a classic, organ melody to serenade you down the aisle? Would a soft, acoustic tune capture your love the best? Are you looking for something more light-hearted and upbeat?
Discover the ultimate list of wedding processional songs.
Traditional Bride Entrance Songs
Trust me when I say the right songs can add romance, drama, and grandeur to your wedding in all the right ways. These songs will sound amazing whether through an at-home speaker or played live. They sound perfect for just the bride to walk down the aisle to, but could also be played for the entire wedding processional! Found your song? Just click the title! Marlena is absolutely glowing as she is escorted down the aisle by her brother who is rocking that fedora!
Best Bride Entrance Songs
The songs you choose for your wedding day create beautiful moments that you know will stay in your memory forever. Your song choices are also a great way to express who you are as a couple: classical traditionalists, vintage music aficionados, or pure romantics. We would argue that probably the most significant wedding song moment is the bridal entrance.
And the bride entrance song truly sets the tone for the entire ceremony. Do you prefer an instrumental bride entrance song or one with vocals? Check out these wedding ceremony songs that will definitely give your guests all the feels as you make your way down the aisle. Of course, the Leonard Cohen original is a beautiful, emotional song, but we love this a cappella cover by Pentatonix as a bride entrance song. This Hawaiian cover is a dreamy pick that will definitely set a romantic tone for your ceremony. Your guests will surely be delighted to hear this classical spin on the popular Keane song. This bluegrass tune is a beautiful choice if you want your bride entrance song to have a folk-rock vibe. We especially love the violins in this piece, as well. The violins and piano are at a slow pace that makes it easy for both you and whoever is walking you down the aisle to match.