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Wedding Song Help

Lisa called the show this morning asking for help picking out a wedding song.  She’ll be walking down the aisle in a few months but doesn’t want to use the traditional wedding march.

We got some GREAT ideas from you guys.

What was YOUR wedding song?  How did the crowd react?

Add to the list.  Lisa will be checking my Blog for more ideas.

I had “Trumpeter's Voluntary” and was able to get trumpeters & violinists thru Singers Guild that were associated with King’s College.

“Grow Old with You” from the Wedding Singer.

We walked into the reception to Hulk Hogan’s original theme.

My husband and I got married at Disney world and we have 2 children that love Indiana Jones so we walked down the aisle to the theme song of Indiana Jones.

My daughter had the regular bridal march on the way down the aisle but on the way up the aisle my son in law had “Highway to Hell” played.  We thought it was funny, but I don’t think the minister did!

Tom Petty “Here Comes My Girl.”

I tried to get my wife to walk down to the theme song from Jaws but she wouldn’t do it.

We played the instrumental to “Make You Feel My Love.” But we also played the instrumental to Metallica's “Nothing Else Matters.”

"Here and Now" Luther Vandross as I walked down the aisle. "Signed, Sealed, Delivered" when we were pronounced husband and wife!

The Penn State fight song with the Nittany Lion walking us in.

I walked down to a portion of the Romanian national anthem. I was born in Romania so it was very special.

“Highway to Hell.” Oh that's what should have been playing, it was really “Pachelbel Cannon.”

I walked down to “Think of Me” from Phantom of the Opera...just the instrumental.

“Cannon in D”

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04/23/2013 6:25PM
Wedding Song Help
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04/24/2013 1:18PM
wedding processional ideas
Trumpet Tune-Purcell, Trumpet Voluntary-Clarke, and Te Deum-Charpentier are great choices.
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