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Ideas for Church Wedding Processional Music & Samples of Brides Entrance Music

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The term Church wedding processional music refers to the piece of music that is played as the Bride, Father of the Bride and the Bridesmaids enter the Church and proceed down the aisle. This article takes a look at the most popular pieces of music and will help you determine the last piece of music you'll hear as a singleton!


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Church Wedding Processional Music




Typically a triumphant piece of music that heralds the arrival of the Bride, the Church wedding processional music can also be more of a romantic piece setting the stage for the events that are to follow. The music shouldn't be too fast, nor overtly slow, but at a suitable pace for walking to, and it is essential that it is long enough in length to accompany the Bride at all all the way to the front of the Church.

Below, you'll find some of the most popular pieces of Church wedding processional music, all of which your minister, vicar or priest should be happy to allow played at the Church. However, regardless of what pieces of Church wedding processional music you have in mind, it is essential that you speak with your officiant up front to get their seal of approval. If you require further advice and information on choosing appropriate music for your wedding service, be sure to check out our Church wedding ceremony music article.






Arrival of the Queen of Sheba


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 Bridal March from Lohengrin


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 Canon in D


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Eine Kleine Nachtmusik (1st Mvmt)


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Grand March from Aida


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Hornpipe from the Water Music


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Panis Angelicus


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Prelude to a Te Deum


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Spring from the Four Seasons


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The Swan

Saint Saens

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Trumpet Tune


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Trumpet Voluntary


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If you have any other suggestions for Church wedding processional music you'd like to see added to the above list, please let us know and we'll see what we can do.





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