Walking down the aisle is such a big highlight on your big day! You will take one step at a time towards your soulmate, vow your love to them in front of all of your friends and family members, seal it with a kiss, and then celebrate!

Your First Dance Can Be Inspired by a Movie

However, for such an intimate walk, don’t you think that it should be accompanied by a unique song?

Here at Philadelphia String Quartet, we understand that your wedding should stand out from the rest! That’s why we have gathered some modern songs to inspire your choice for your walk down the aisle. If you would rather walk to something other than the traditional Wedding March, be sure to read on for some ideas:

·         A Thousand Years. Wanting to spend a thousand years with your partner certainly means that you are very much in love with them! If you present A Thousand Years by Christina Perri for your walk down the aisle, you can evoke such romance, love, and heartfelt words as you make your way to your partner.

·         All of Me. If all of you loves all of your partner, choose All of Me by John Legend for your walk down the aisle. Representing that you literally love each and every aspect of your partner, you won’t discover anything but intimacy from this romantic song.

·         Thinking Out Loud. Wanting to spend the rest of your life with your partner is the whole meaning of marriage! So, why not showcase it throughout your wedding processional? With the song Thinking Out Loud by Ed Sheeran, you can. This song sounds just as lovely as the its words, for an overall tune that will create such a loving atmosphere within your wedding ceremony.

Choose A Musical Theme for Your Wedding

With a modern song, your wedding ceremony is sure to impress your guests! These are just a few tunes to inspire your choice. In addition, if you are all set to hire your wedding band in Philadelphia, please contact us here at Philadelphia String Quartet. We would be honored to be your Philadelphia, Pennsylvania wedding band.


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