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Giving the Bride Away

After the groomsmen have escorted the bridesmaids to the front of the church, it is time for the bride and her father (or other important person) to make their entrance. There is typically a noticeable change in music between the Bridal Party Processional and the Wedding March.

Below are some commonly used Wedding March songs:

  • Canon in D Major (#1 requested) by Johann Pachelbel
  • Wedding March from Lohengrin by Richard Wagner
  • Romanze from Eine Kleine Nachtmsik by WA Mozart
  • “Air on the G Sting” by JS Bach “ Trumpet Voluntary” by Jeremiah Clarke
  • "Arioso” by JS Bach
  • Largo from Winter of The Four Seasons, by Vivaldi
  • Allegro from Spring of The Four Seasons, by Vivaldi
  • Allegro from Autumn of The Four Seasons, by Vivaldi
  • Romance by Hummel
  • “Lara’s Theme” from Dr. Zhivago by Maurice Jarre
  • “Trumpet Tune” by Henry Purcell
  • “Claire De Lune” by Claude Debussy
  • “Love Theme” from Cinema Paradiso by Andrea Morricone
  • "Jesu Joy of Man’s Desiring” by JS Bach
  • Largo from Sonata in A Major Opus 4 #3 by Corelli
  • Erev Shel Shoshanim By J. Hadar (Jewish ceremonial-traditional)
  • “What A Wonderful World” by David Weiss & Bob Thiele
  • “The Prayer” by David Foster
  • “Heaven” by Bryan Adams
  • “Everything I Do” by Bryan Adams
  • “Stairway To Heaven” by Led Zepplin
  • “The Look of Love” by Herb Alpert
  • “Moon River” from Breakfast At Tiffany’s by Henry Mancini
  • “Here, There and Everywhere” by The Beatles
  • “All I Ask Of You” from Phantom of The Opera by Andrew Lloyd Webber