Although many people think that marriage is down, and some even think that this is a failed institution, there are still many couples who believe in this tradition and dream of that moment. And very sure are those who think this way, because if much is being forgotten and left behind with the modern world, love is able to overcome many barriers and survive the times. That is why we have seen many beautiful wedding ceremonies taking place today.
And they can be even more beautiful with the songs that accompany every moment, from the entrance of the godparents to the farewell of the bride and groom. But if you want a soundtrack to your wedding other than these you see note these tips that will give a more modern look to your wedding ceremony while remaining exciting. For entrance of the godfathers that such “you’ve Got a Friend” of James Taylor, or “You’re My Best Friend” of Queen, and until “Wind Of Change” of the band Scorpions. For the entrance of the groom “Yellow” of Colpaly, “I’m Yours” by Jason Mraz or “(Everything i Do) I Do It For You by Bryan Adams. For the admission of the good options, Disney’s “A Whole New World”, Aladdin, Judy Garland’s “Over The Rainbow” or “
The Sugar, Sugar” by The Archies. Already for the long awaited entry of the bride can be “From This Moment on” by Shania Twain, “You are so beautiful” by Joe Cocker or even “Con Te Partiró” by Andrea Bocelli. For the blessing of the alliances one that is making the heads of the young couples is “Halo” of the singer Beyoncé or “Thank You For Loving Me” of the singer Bom Jovi. For compliments we have several options like Oasis’s “Wonderwall”, The Carpenters “Close To You”, U2’s “Walk On” or “Green Day’s Good Riddance. For the departure of the godfathers “At Your Side” The Corrs or “With a Little Help From My Friends of the Beatles. And to end the groom’s exit can be to the sound of “Heaven” by Bryan Adams, “Because The Night” by Patti Smith or “I’m so without you Claudinho and Buchecha. I guarantee that the guests will be surprised by the choice of songs and still get excited, because although they are songs common in weddings, they are not as exciting or romantic as the occasion demands.