Traditional Processional Music for Your Vow Renewal

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Traditional Processional Songs for a Vow RenewalFinding the perfect traditional processional music for your vow renewal sets the tone for the entire ceremony. The anticipation of your guests is at its height, as everyone awaits for you to make your entrance. The processional music plays as you and your attendants walk down the aisle. Cue the music, open the doors, everyone stand and the processional is in progress! Here are some traditional processional song choices to inspire your selection:

  • Four Seasons, Op. 8, Spring: Allegro
  • Unaccompanied Cello Suite No. 1 in G Major, BWV 1007: Prelude
  • Home
  • Reminiscent Joy
  • Canon in D
  • Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring
  • Hymne
  • Canon in F
  • Forever My Love
  • Ode to Joy
  • Air on the G String
  • Prelude in C
  • Cello Suite
  • Forever I Do
  • Ave Maria
  • The Wedding Song (There is Love)
  • When Love Takes Over
  • One Hand, One Heart (West Side Story)
  • My Best Friend Forever
  • Holy, Holy, Holy, Lord God Almighty
  • My Love
  • Great is Thy Faithfulness
  • All Things Bright and Beautiful
  • We Gather Together

Let us know which are your favorites and share your other great processional song ideas in the comments.

2017-04-13T13:50:34+00:00Music, Music & Dancing|

2 Comments

  1. kelly October 12, 2015 at 4:08 pm - Reply

    My daughter got engaged and a month later discovered she was pregnant. She plans a small intimate wedding (family only) before the baby is born in early spring and then wants a large vow renewal ceremony next fall. Is it appropriate for her father to still walk her down the aisle?

    • Karie October 12, 2015 at 4:48 pm - Reply

      Congratulations to your daughter on her engagement, upcoming wedding, and bundle of joy! She’s taking a popular path today with the small family only wedding followed later by a larger vow renewal. It is always appropriate for a father to walk his daughter down the aisle, be it for a wedding or vow renewal. Both are very special occasions and they should enjoy those moments together. The only difference of course, is that the officiant should not ask the common “who gives this woman” question at the vow renewal. Women of all ages often opt to have their father join them a second time on their walk down the aisle; you just never outgrow being daddy’s girl.

      I also recommend checking out our Free Guide: Selecting Your Vows – Simple and Religious Vows for Your Vow Renewal for ideas on vows your daughter and her new husband can say to one another at their vow renewal – there are several written just for this type of occasion (https://www.idostill.com/free-guide-selecting-your-vows-simple-and-religious-vows-for-your-vow-renewal/). Be sure to sign up for our newsletter when you download it too as we have a new ceremony script in the works that is also perfect for this occasion!

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