Bride Entrance Songs

The emotional moment as the bride walks down the aisle to meet her groom.

  • 1
    Etta James
    From 333 votes
  • 2
    Eva Cassidy
    From 203 votes
  • 3
    Quindon Tarver
    From 198 votes
  • 4
    Brian Crain
    From 140 votes
  • 5
    Shania Twain & Bryan White
    From 138 votes
  • 6
    Carter Burwell, Dan Redfeld and Elizabeth Hedman
    From 124 votes
  • 7
    David Arkenstone featuring Kathleen Fisher
    From 114 votes
  • 8
    Bruno Mars
    From 110 votes
  • 9
    Bruno Mars
    From 105 votes
  • 10
    Royal Philharmonic Orchestra & Christian Rainer
    From 97 votes
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    From 627 votes
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    Pachelbel Orchestra
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    Charlene Soraia
    From 417 votes
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    Etta James
    From 333 votes
One of the most important, and memorable parts of a wedding day will be the moment the bride walks through the doors and down the aisle to meet her groom. The music played during the entrance of the bride will more than likely strike emotion throughout the room and will be remember by the couple about to be wed for years to come. Choosing the bridal entrance song for your wedding should be a fun and exciting part of your wedding to-do list. Some couples choose traditional wedding songs that they may have heard played in movies as children and others opt for songs that they are more familiar with in day-to-day life. It would be advisable to choose a bridal entrance song that works well with the style of wedding venue chosen, and the length of the aisle. If you choose a bridal entrance song that has a very long intro then the bride might have already met her groom before the main part of the song has even played. Your music supplier will be able to advise you on the best wedding song choices for the bridal entrance when you meet with them to discuss your plans prior to the big day.