Best Top 10 Processional Wedding Songs | Indian Baraat Songs
Wedding is a joyful event that everyone cherishes to be part of. Not only the bride and the groom, but the folks and the friends try to make the best out of it as weddings bring joys to the face of everyone. Wedding comes up with loads of plans and programs. From pre-wedding shopping, dressing, invites to post-wedding party, everything has to be perfect and full-proof. In a wedding you can find many an occasions that need a series of songs to be played in the background. Wedding procession is surely one of them. The procession must be special when the bride and groom walk down to set a whole new path for the rest of their life.
There are no strict rules for wedding procession songs. Romantic or chubby or just something very naughty – every song that makes you smile and wink can go well in wedding processions. When I was thinking to jot down top 10 wedding procession songs, I end up here in this following list. I prefer romantic and melodious songs, but of course some chubby songs will also make a good note here.
- Chasing Cars
It is a deep romantic song that contains no hard feelings. Generally the singer prefers to write romance with deep dark edge. But this is something else. The deep romantic song can give a perfect feel when the bride is walking in.
- Here Comes the Bride
From the album with same name, the song is apt for the bride’s entry. This melodious joyful song gives you an immense feel of the occasion. If you are the bride then you’ll feel like flying high with the tune of the song. For the groom, he can already feel the special lady in his life.
- Unchained Melody
It is a song from the movie with same name. The last word melody was added to the movie name to make it look melodious. The song was originally composed a long time back by an ace composer. Later on it was used for the movie.
- I Was Married
It is a beautiful song by the singer duo. I was married is one such song that is highly emotional yet the beats of the tune makes the environment joyful. The song is apt for the bride’s procession.
It is an instrumental from a very famous film that was adapted from a famous novel. The tune is immensely beautiful and melodious, soothing to the ears. This heart melting song is no doubt an apt for the wedding procession.
Another beautiful song for the wedding procession, Air is a classing piece of music that can instantly make you feel nostalgic. The best suited for classic love stories Air is one of the favourite tunes used large number of times in wedding processions.
- We Bought a Zoo
It is from a romantic comedy movie with same name. The song is one such joyful and happy song that makes you feel awesome while walking through the streets. The lyrics are awesome and of course make your D-Day more special.
- Glasgow Love Theme
It is another instrumental from a romantic movie. Glasgow is a love theme that will melt your heart. Love is beautiful, even if you fall in love you feel like the world has changed. This tune carries the feel of deep love.
- Marry Me
It is a title song from the album with same name. The song was sung by a lady singer who is in deep love with her lover and asking to marry her.
- She’s Always a Woman
This song was written for the singer’s lady love and then wife. It is romantic song and was based on intense love. The song was one of the popular numbers during late 70s.
|Song||Album / Movie||Singer||Composer||Release Date|
|Chasing Cars||Eyes Open||Snow Patrol||Gary Lightbody||2006|
|Here comes the bride||Here comes the bride||Spin doctors||Spin Doctors||1999|
|Unchained Melody||Unchained||Todd Duncan||Alex North||1955|
|I was married||The Con||Tegan and Sara||Tegan & Sara||2007|
|Dawn||Pride & Prejudice||Instrumental||Andrew Lapp||2005|
|Air||Water Music Suite||George F. Handel||George F. Handel|
|We bought a zoo||We bought a zoo||Jonsi||Jonsi||2011|
|Glasgow love theme||Love Actually||Instrumental||Craig Armstrong||2003|
|Marry me||Marry Me||St. Vincent||St. Vincent||2007|
|She’s always a woman||The stranger||Billy Joel||Billy Joel||1977|