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Processional Songs

Processional songs are played as the groomsmen and bridal party take their seats

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    Green Panda Music
    From 4 votes
  • 2
    Robbie Williams
    From 4 votes
  • 3
    Jim Thornton
    From 3 votes
  • 4
    Claude Debussy
    From 2 votes
  • 5
    Il Divo
    From 2 votes
  • 6
    Peter Ilyich Tchaikovsky
    From 2 votes
  • 7
    Joe Cocker
    From 2 votes
  • 8
    Ellie Goulding
    From 2 votes
  • 9
    David Gray
    From 1 votes
  • 10
    Lonestar
    From 1 votes
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As the bridal party and the groomsmen arrive, it will be time to play your processional songs. Processional songs come shortly after the prelude songs; your guest’s anticipation is at its highest while they wait for their first glimpse of the beautiful bride. As this is a time to welcome the bridal party and groomsmen, then you could also select a song or songs that have special meaning to them as well as to you and your partner. Processional songs are there to set the tone of the wedding ceremony, whether that be a more formal and traditional setting, or a more contemporary one.