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Recessional Songs

As the bride and groom walk back down the aisle after saying ‘I do’ a recessional song is played

  • 1
    Joe Cocker
    From 2 votes
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    Samuel E. Wright
    From 2 votes
  • 4
    Starship
    From 2 votes
  • 5
    Bob Dylan
    From 1 votes
  • 6
    Henry Van Dyke, Ludwig Van Beethoven
    From 1 votes
  • 7
    The O'Neill Brothers
    From 1 votes
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    Green Panda Music
    From 1 votes
  • 10
    Cliff Richard
    From 1 votes
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Recessional songs will be playing as the bride and groom walk back down the aisle together after saying their vows. This is a joyful and celebratory time so you can choose a recessional song that will emphasise this feeling. After a steady build up of anticipation and excitement before the ceremony, a recessional song takes all those feeling into account and is a celebration of the union that has just happened. If you have a happy or congratulatory song that you both love then this would be a great time to play it.