Bride’s Guide to Wedding Music (Popular & Classical) is our latest release – a sort of “Best Of” which includes our Top 40 wedding songs, both popular and classical in style. Our aim is to provide one album which covers all the bases if you’re looking to find all your wedding music – prelude, processional, ceremony, recessional-fun songs, or classic love songs, all in one place.
Hopefully, this is all the music you’ll need to cho0ose from to compile your wedding playlist, or alternately for listening through the songs with your bride/groom-to-be to finalize the song sequence, decide how many classical and popular selections you want to include, create your short list for bridal processional and recessional song possibilities, and so forth.
Our Wedding Music Samples album functions in much the same way, except that it provides just a quick snapshot of each song – about 15 seconds long, and if you prefer to hear the entire song to better plan for timing, and to get a more complete feel for how the music will flow, the Bride’s Guide might be more suited to your needs.
Partial Song List for Bride’s Guide to Wedding Music:
Can’t Help Falling In Love With You A breathtaking violin solo with piano & orchestra
God Bless The Broken Road Piano Solo
Pachelbel’s Canon In D Major
Hornpipe From water Music (Handel)
Arrival Of The Queen Of Sheba
Storybook Love (Princess Bride Theme)
You And Me (Lifehouse) tender piano solo
Only Hope (Mandy Moore, Switchfoot) from A Walk To Remember
Mendelssohn Wedding March Recessional
Wedding March Remix! Mendelssohn Recessional – Joyful Upbeat Arrangement, Best Seller
Bridal Chorus (Here Comes The Bride) Gentle Piano for small, intimate, or quieter weddings
From This Moment (orig. Shania Twain)
Iris (Goo Goo Dolls) Piano Solo
Happy Together (orig. Turtles) Great Wedding Recessional Arrangement!
Be Thou My Vision (wedding hymn)
Spring by Vivaldi from Four Seaons
Simple Gifts (‘Tis A Gift To Be Simple) sprightly dance arrangement
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring (Bach)
Joyful Joyful We Adore Thee (Ode To Joy) from Beethoven’s 9th Sumphony
Bridal March String Quartet (Wedding March)