Photo by Proshot Photography. Choosing wedding songs is easily one of the most fun parts of planning your big day, but arguably one of the most challenging. Do you choose songs you listened to a lot when you first started dating? Songs that make you think of your partner or that tell your love story? Which ones should you use as your recessional songs? They should feel exciting, triumphant, and—importantly—should have guests feeling ready to join the reception. Here Comes Your Man — Pixies. Just Like Heaven — The Cure. Want to Want Me — Jason Derulo.
Traditional Alternative Wedding Exit Songs
From classic tunes to modern hits, we've got wedding exit songs you might not have thought of.
In most cases you've spent a lot of time over the course of several months, and in some cases years planning the single most biggest of your life. Your wedding day. It's almost here. You've been dreaming about this for years. You want it to be the best and the most fun day ever for you and your guests. As the day gets closer and closer, you've probably found yourself losing a few hours of sleep as you toss and turn some nights. Even if you have employed the services of one of the best wedding planners or coordinators in Charleston, this single day has occupied a lot of space in your mind for quite some time. As one of the best Charleston Wedding DJs, I will see to it that you do not lose any sleep in the music and entertainment department of your day. You deserve nothing less than perfection when it comes to this day. But, before the party begins, there is a little bit of business to take care of.
Best 35 Fun Recessional Songs For Your Wedding Ceremony
After your officiant pronounces you married, you'll want to follow up with a triumphant tune. After all, your wedding recessional song is the first song you'll hear as a married couple! It may not be your first thought when it comes to wedding planning, but it is certainly something you won't want to overlook. Whether your recessional song is played by a DJ or band , or sung by a soloist , your ceremony wedding exit song should inspire your guests to stand up and cheer as you make your way back up the aisle as newlyweds. Maybe you're looking for a playful, upbeat tune or perhaps a slow, romantic song. You could go with a song that has meaningful religious undertones or choose a popular contemporary piece where everyone can sing along. Whatever wedding recessional song you and your partner have in mind, we'll help you find it! Below we've categorized and listed out some of our favorite wedding exit songs of all time.
A processional song is the music that you and your wedding party will walk down the aisle to — you can have one song for everyone, or choose a separate song for your grand entrance. At the end of the ceremony, you and your new husband leave the venue to your recessional music, which tends to be more upbeat than the processional. Listen and enjoy as we present our pick of some of the best wedding music ideas. Often known as Here Comes The Bride , this piece of classical music is the traditional choice for the procession of the bride, and is often played on an organ. Another very popular choice with brides. This gorgeous piece of music sounds beautiful played by a traditional quartet, but we also love this version by Per-Olov Kindgren on classical guitar. Why not get the best of both worlds with an instrumental cover of one of your favourite songs? We seriously love this piano and cello cover of Christina Perri — check out The Piano Guys for more classical covers. Walking down the aisle to a song from your favourite film soundtrack is another way to incorporate instrumental music with a personal touch into your ceremony.