Because every bride needs a soundtrack for their all-eyes-on-me moment.
There are a thousand moments that will make your heart melt the day you get married, but none is more heart-meltingly beautiful than the moment you walk down the aisle in your gorgeous gown ready to make your love story last forever.
There will be tears, cheers, whoops and the sound of camera's clicking as you walk towards your soul mate, ready for them to see you for the very first time -- and that epic moment deserves an epic soundtrack; a song that celebrates everything you're feeling; a song that speaks to you; a song full of romantic lyrics.
Why? Because the moment the bride walks in to the ceremony is the real moment every wedding begins. It's iconic. That moment everyone of your guests will be waiting for - your entrance. There will be nerves and excitement in equal measures, but the right song can settle all of that, help you enjoy the moment and, well, even walk at the right pace.
And in that spirit, here's everything you need to know about choosing the dreamiest soundtrack for that all-eyes-on-you moment, including some incredible songs in case you're still looking for the one.
Picking The Perfect Entrance Song
Some couples choose the bride's walk-in song together, other's want it to be a total surprise that adds to the magic of this oh-so-special day (and one where your husband-to-be's reaction becomes a little extra moment for your photographer to capture).
Either way, there are a few things to consider when choosing your song and the first is the pace. You don't want something too fast because you only get one shot at walking down the aisle and you want to make it last, make it an entrance to remember and have time to soak it up right there and then. Thankfully there are a million songs with a slow tempo and, even if you have a fast-paced song in mind, you can probably find a slower version online.
The other thing worth considering is what sort of music you would like. Classical music, an instrumental version of a song or one that belts out lyrics that touch your heart. There is no right or wrong answer, only what gives you all the feels. Then you may want to explore the different versions out there because who knows what tear-jerking gem you may stumble across.
And last but not least, you’ll need to work out where you want your song to start from and when to start the fade out so you don't have an abrupt ending mid-lyric.