Best Wedding March-in Music 2019 Part 1

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Music plays an important role in bringing out the best ambience of every celebration. Choosing the right march-in music will set the right mood for the beautiful walk-in moment of every wedding couple.

So, which are the best wedding march-in music for 2019? Check out my following Top 5 popular wedding march-in song recommendation as a Wedding Emcee Singapore and Showmaster:

  1. Beautiful in White - Shane Filan (Westlife)

 
 

Whether it has been overplayed, this song is still one of the most popular choice of many couples. With it’s beautiful wedding bell and string music opening that sounds like Cannon in D, as well as the beautiful lyrics, it has all the right elements to make it one of the classic wedding march-in song of the decade . Thus if you are a song writer, creating a song about wedding is definitely a way to go long.

So as long as I live I love you
Will have and hold you
You look so beautiful in white
And from now till my very last breath
This day I'll cherish
You look so beautiful in white
Tonight

2. You are the Reason - Calum Scott, Leona Lewis 

 
 

This song is one of my favourite that I like to use for march-ins when i work with couples. Whether it’s the solo or duo version, this song has been gaining a lot of popularity recently. With the beautiful quiet piano opening, the building up of the song and the beautiful lyrics, this song will definitely set the right mood to create the most romantic march-in for the groom and bride.

I'd climb every mountain
And swim every ocean
Just to be with you
And fix what I've broken
Oh, 'cause I need you to see
That you are the reason

3. Perfect - Ed Sheeran

 

This is another top wedding march-in song. Perfect by Ed Sheeren has been well-liked by many couples because of its beautiful lyrics. The lyrics speak of the heart of a man finding his love one that can share his dreams and life together.

Well I found a woman, stronger than anyone I know
She shares my dreams, I hope that someday I'll share her home
I found a love, to carry more than just my secrets
To carry love, to carry children of our own

Coming to the chorus, the touching lyrics speaks of the man telling his wife who is the angel in his life and how perfect she looks to him. This song will definitely move the hearts of many brides in their wedding moments.

Baby, I'm dancing in the dark, with you between my arms
Barefoot on the grass, listening to our favorite song
I have faith in what I see
Now I know I have met an angel in person
And she looks perfect
I don't deserve this
You look perfect tonight

4. Can’t Help Falling In Love - Kina Grannis

 
 

This classic love song by Elvis Presley has been given a new acoustic touch by Kina Grannis. Ever since it was featured in the movie Crazy Rich Asians, it has been gaining popularity as the march-in song for many wedding couples.

The song was featured in the awe-inspiring march-in scene, where Araminta (Sonoya Mizuno) walked down the aisle with the water flooded ahead of her, as if she was actually walking on water. Together with the beautiful voice of Kina Grannis, it has created one of the most beautiful and touching march-in where many brides dream of.

Wise men say
Only fools rush in
But I can't help falling in love with you

Take my hand,
Take my whole life, too
For I can't help falling in love with you

5. A Thousand Years - Christina Perri

 
 

This is still one of the classic march-in song that I cannot exclude in my list. With the slow and romantic piano opening, the beautiful voice of Christina Perri and the music orchestration, this song set up the mood and anticipation of the romantic walk-in of every wedding couple.

And all along I believed I would find you
Time has brought your heart to me
I have loved you for a thousand years
I'll love you for a thousand more

Article created by Linus Lee

Linus is a Wedding Showmaster of 15 years experience as wedding emcee and 20 years as a jazz & pop pianist in local music scene and wedding live band. Check out more details of Linus at the following links: