Well, we hope you have enjoyed our month of love songs for weddings through out May as a celebration of Summer and wedding fever. Each day we picked a gem of a love song to take you on a musical journey above and beyond the traditional ‘Bridal March’. Whilst there are some fabulous classic love songs for weddings to choose from, it may be that you are looking for something a bit different and want to give a contemporary twist to your ceremony, so this was for you.
Our final song is a pretty little love song.
It has ‘bottled’ that feeling you get when you’ve met someone and fallen head over heals in love. Your head is in the clouds, your heart skips a beat, everything is new and exciting and every day is sunny and warm. It feels like the first day of your life.
When you take your vows and make promises to each other on your wedding day, no matter how long you have been together, it too feels like the first day of your life.
So we think this is worthy of being one of our featured love songs for weddings that you could walk down the aisle to. It’s is a pretty song celebrating that people all over the word fall in love, a love that is universal and tells a different story each time.
So, here you go- ‘First day of my life’ by Bright Eyes
We’d love to hear your own love stories. No two love stories are the same so we make sure that is reflected in your ceremony by making it personal and unique.
Oh, and if any of you lovely brides out there do chose one of our featured songs for your wedding we’d love to hear about it.
Happy Summer. Happy wedding fever!
If you’re looking for wedding ceremony ideas then welcome to our last couple of days of May wedding songs to walk down the aisle to! Today we’re featuring an alternative song style- dark piano ballards with a love theme at the core of the lyrics- for which Nick Cave is so well known. In his song “Into My Arms” he tells a story that is ‘melancholic’ but yet uplifting, cloaked in spiritual and religious language & imagery. If you haven’t heard it before, you may be forgiven for thinking that’s it doesn’t sound the best choice of song to walk down the aisle to, but hear it out, it does have a beautiful quality about it! And there is a ‘happy’ ending as love does conquer all in the end!
There are so many great songs to choose from spanning many decades and genres which makes finding THE song to walk down the aisle to even harder! Some great wedding ceremony ideas can start with a song so rather than leave this to the end of your wedding planning, when things start to get a bit hectic and more stressful, our advice would be to decide this at the beginning of the wedding planning process when designing the ceremony.
We like to work with our couples from the beginning, starting with a blank piece of paper. We consider each of the different elements of a ceremony, the location, the content and the overall look & feel that you want to convey together as a whole ‘concept’. That way we help you make a real personal statement that says”This is us”. If you would like us to help you come up with some wedding ceremony ideas to create a ceremony that is unique and personal then just drop us a line email@example.com
Anyway, we hope you were inspired by today’s featured song. We have one more song tomorrow to conclude our month of May wedding songs to celebrate the start of Summer and wedding fever so have a look back at all our featured songs and don’t forget to leave a comment and tell us your favourites.
Happy Summer! Happy Days!
Having children at weddings or issuing a ‘no kids policy’ can be a contentious subject for some couples. For ‘bonded broods’-those who already have a family-, having children at weddings is simply non negotiable for their own wedding ceremony; in fact it’s compulsory! These couples are looking for a more contemporary and personal way to get married that is not just ‘child friendly’ but child inclusive. Often children fulfil wedding roles in traditional ways with ring bearers, bridesmaids and page boys, but there are many more interactive and symbolic actions that they can be involved in. Having children at weddings can actually enhance the overall experience and make it a very personal occasion for you, your family and guests. Outdoor, beach, glamping, festival or woodland weddings really lend themselves to a more relaxed atmosphere and are perfect for kids.
In terms of wedding music, today’s song is a cute and catchy love song seen through the eyes of a child and is one that will have all the children singing along to as you walk down the aisle. It a wedding song that you can have a little bit of fun with- “All I want is you” by Barry Louis Polstar, a author and singer-songwriter who writes children’s music. Just great!
We’re coming to the end of our month of May featured wedding songs, only two more to go. So if you don’t do children at weddings pop back tomorrow for a different one or have a look at our other 28 songs.
We’ll be talking about ways you can include children at weddings in more detail in an up and coming blog so if you’re a ‘bonded brood’ keep an eye out or contact jan: firstname.lastname@example.org