Ceremony and Vow Ideas

Processional music- lyrics vs no lyrics

The songs I'm considering are Tyler Lyle's "Winemaker's Love Song" which has beautiful lyrics for the wedding party and Tom Petty's "Wildflower" for the bridal march. I think I'm going to go without lyrics, even though the lyrics of "Winemaker's Love Song is what makes the song so beautiful. What did you decide on and why? 

Re: Processional music- lyrics vs no lyrics

  • I went w/o lyrics for the processional (WP walked in to "here comes the sun" - I did canon in D, which doesn't have any anyway). We did lyrics for our recessional. I chose w/o for the processional because I thought it set the mood better for what I wanted. 

  • doeydodoeydo Southwestern Ontario member
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    I prefer no lyrics.  It really depends on what you and your FI want.
  • I also prefer no lyrics.  I'm walking to Canon in D - the version that has one violin playing the main melody, rather than the full orchestra.
  • I used "marry me" from Train and absolutely used the lyric version. 

  • I prefer without lyrics, but it's totally up to you and your FI.

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