Bride Entrance Song Suggestions

 

“Here Comes the Bride” is the traditional fare for the bride’s entrance. But it need not be stuck to that. Your favorite pop or rock song could make a great entrance song, and make a happy event even happier with a bit more pizzazz. In case you don’t have anything in mind yet, try these:

  1. “Signed, Sealed Delivered (I’m Yours),” by Stevie Wonder – Best way to describe how the bride is a gift to her partner.
  2. “This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)” by Natalie Cole – That’s how long you’d want the love to last indeed.
  3. “You Make My Dreams,” Daryl Hall and John Oates – Why you married the bride in the first place.
  4. “”I Wanna Dance with Somebody (Who Loves Me)” by Whitney Houston – Classic 80s dance hit you can swing to, and it can mean the dance you do with your partner for life
  5. “Can’t Get Enough of Your Love Babe,” by Barry White – You married because you can’t get enough of each other’s love.
  6. “Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough,” by Michael Jackson – You certainly can’t stop, because the wedding is only the beginning
  7. “Ain’t That a Kick in the Head” by Dean Martin – A kick to the rush, a rush of excitement, something that gets one in high spirits, that’s what the wedding dows.
  8. “Let’s Stay Together,” by Al Green

“Oh baby, let’s, let’s stay together, lovin’ you whether times are good or bad, happy or sad.”

  1. “You’re My First, My Last, My Everything,” by Barry White – The only thing that matters at the moment is the bride – and the spouse to be.
  2. “How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved by You),” by James Taylor – It’s a sweetness that should last even after the marriage.
  3. “You Make Loving Fun,” by Fleetwood Mac – The marriage makes sure that loving fun continues long after.
  4. “Come Fly With Me,” by Frank Sinatra – And after the wedding, the couple’s gonna fly
  5. “Dancing in the Dark,” by Bruce Springsteen – Getting married is like dancing in the dark, in a way

“You can’t start a fire without a spark. This gun’s for hire even if we’re just dancing in the dark.”

  1. “Your Love,” by The Outfield – She’s the love of the groom… and the love of the hour.
  2. “That’s Amore,” by Dean Martin – Describes the feeling the spouses have towards their mate.

 

  1. “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough,” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell – One way to describe how love can conquer obstacles.
  2. “We Are Family,” by Sister Sledge – Groovy way for saying that you are indeed a family after the marriage.
  3. “Love Shack,” by the B-52s – And the house where the couple moves becomes the long-term love shack.
  4. “All You Need is Love,” by The Beatles – Of course, you need that in order to want to get married!
  5. “Jump (For My Love),” by The Pointer Sisters – Nice way to describe the feeling the bride has at the moment.
  6. “Happy,” by Pharrell Williams – Just that word describes how you feel at the time.

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