There are many choices that you can choose from when it comes to walking down the aisle on your special day.
There are the classics like “Canon in D by Johan Pachelbel” by Johan Pachelbel or “The Wedding March” but a new trend popping up in weddings is stringed versions of classic songs. In a sense it’s marrying the classical and contemporary styles of music. If you can take a song that is either very meaningful to you both as a couple or has a noteworthy melody and that can be easily recognizable to the average person, this can be a neat way to bring your march down the aisle into the 21st century. A classic example of this is displayed in “The Wedding Singer” starring Adam Sandler and Drew Barrymore when “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey is played as his soon to be stood-up bride walks down the aisle. Hopefully yours will yield better results.
Canon in D by Johan Pachelbel
The Wedding March
Journey – Don’t Stop Believing
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