When your bride is too old school for music

 

Who does not want to have their first dance to be memorable with the romance of Adam Levine’s Sugar? The old school bride.

The what? The cool brides with a special and cool taste for old school songs, the brides who want it to be classic, and romantic.

Now you might be discussing your ideal dance songs, for your processional dance and recessional dance. Then you realize you are undecided, because you have yet not found that one ideal, the perfect song.

So, here’s a list of classical songs that might ring among your wedding bells.

Processional song will be played at your entrance in the wedding. It has to sound something grand but better than ‘here comes the bride’.

  1. “(You Make Me Feel Like) A Natural Woman” by Carole King
  2. “Do You Realize?” by The Flaming Lips
  3. “Everlasting Love” by Carl Carlton
  4. “Venus” by Gustav Holst
  5. “The Wind” by Cat Stevens
  6. “Concerto in E Major” by Bach
  7. “Kissing You” by Des’ree
  8. “Minuets in G major” by Bach
  9. “The Prince of Denmark’s March” by Jeremiah Clarke
  10. “Wedding March” by Wolfgang Mozart
  11. “Romeo and Juliet Love Theme” by Tchaikovsky
  12. “Winter,” Largo, by Antonio Vivaldi
  13. Bach Arioso from Cantata #156
  14. Franck Panis Angelicus, Op. 12
  15. Mozart Andante from Divertimento No.1

Recessional song will be played at the end of the ceremony when the bride and groom will make their leave to their wedding life.

  1. Ode to Joy – Ludwig van Beethoven
  2. Let Your Love Flow – The Bellamy Brothers
  3. Baby, I Love You – Aretha Franklin
  4. Don’t Stop Believin – Journey
  5. I Do – The Marvelows
  6. Sonata in G – Tartini
  7. Serenade To Spring – Secret Garden
  8. Love’s Theme –  Love Unlimited Orchestra
  9. I Cross My Heart – George Strait
  10. Fools Rush In – UB40 or Elvis Presley
  11. When I’m 64 – The Beatles
  12. Fly Me To The Moon – Frank Sinatra
  13. Love Will Keep Us Together –  Captain & Tennille
  14. Love Will Keep Us Together – Captain & Tennille
  15. Happy Together – Turtles

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