Songs For The Grand Entrance

Making the grand entrance is a critical transition point in the wedding day; not only does it symbolize a new chapter of life for the newlyweds, it also signals the start of the wedding celebration and really sets the tone for the night. With that in mind, the goal should be to find songs that are fun, upbeat, well-known, and reflective of your personalities. While choosing a romantic song is always a good option given the sentiment of the day, you may be better off bounding in to the beat of a high energy song to get the party started! And don’t forget to make it fun for your bridal party – after all, they are the ones you chose to support you on this momentous occasion so pick songs that they’ll be sure to enjoy.

Like all of the other personalized details of your big day, there is no wrong way to make your debut as husband and wife. Just remember it’s important to keep the song selections fun and upbeat. It’s the start of your big night so kick it off with a bang and choose a track that both speaks to your personality AND gets everyone as excited as possible for the joyous celebration.

Here are some of my favorite entrance songs from all different genres:

► “Celebration ” – Kool & The Gang
► “September ” – Earth Wind & Fire
► “Ba-de-yah! ” Here comes the bridal party!
► “One More Time ” – Daft Punk
► “Boom, Clap” – Charli XCX
► “Midnight City” – M83
► “Time of Our Lives” – Pitbull ft. Ne-Yo
► “Love Never Felt So Good” – Michael Jackson ft. Justin Timberlake
► “Crazy In Love ” – Jay- Z ft Beyonce

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► “Bring ‘Em Out ” – T.I. ft Jay-Z
► “Let It Burn” – Elle Goulding
► “Eye of the Tiger ” – Survivor
► “Int’l Players Anthem (I Choose You)” – UGK ft. Outkast
► “We Are Family ” – Sister Sledge
► “Another One Bites the Dust ” – Queen
► “I Wanna Hold your Hand ” – The Beatles
► “I Feel Good ” – James Brown
► “Beautiful Day ” – U2
► “Glory Days” – Betty Who
► “I Wanna Grow Old with You ” – Adam Sandler (from The Wedding Singer)

 

 

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