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Wedding Processional Music

 

And so it's finally time for the most beautiful part of the wedding ceremony, the processional. This is that dramatic moment when, as the audience is seated, the wedding party enters. For several minutes, emotional music heralds the arrival of the groomsmen, best man, maid of honor, bridesmaids, and flower girl.

Finally, with dramatic fanfare, the music shifts, the audience stands, and in marches the bride herself. Typically, traditional, instrumental music is played during this portion of the ceremony, with "Here Comes The Bride" (Wagner's Lohengren, The Bridal Chorus) remaining the most popular choice in traditional Western weddings.

Of course, one of the advantages to making this music choice is that it's familiar to everybody; everybody will know it's time to stand. In recent years, instrumental versions of "Conde Te Partiro" have become very popular as well.

Bagpipe music has also gained some popularity in past years, but finding this type of music can be difficult should you want it performed live.

Keep in mind that whatever type of music that will be played during the processional should be relatively short in length as this portion of the wedding ceremony typically lasts two to three minutes--and should fit in with the overall wedding theme.

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