A well-known Beatles classic that was originally written by George Harrison and appeared on the Abbey Road 1969 album. Harrison wrote it in Eric Clapton's garden, creating it on one of Clapton's acoustic guitars. Its inspiration is a simple one: the approach of spring after a long winter. When you're waiting for your special someone, and especially for the approach of your wedding day, it can feel like the end of a frigged winter season. This song a perfect selection for your recessional that is sure to be fondly remembered by all who attend your wedding.
This classic was written by Bob Thiele and George Weiss, and made popular by Jazz icon Louis Armstrong. Certainly your special day is one that makes you feel like the world is an absolutely wonderful place. A song with lyrics expressing the the beauty of creation and the blessings of deep and meaningful relationships is a perfect selection for the lighting of your unity candle. The beautiful blend of strings, gentle brass and wind instruments is sure to add a touch of class that will bring a tear of joy to the eye of many who attend your wedding.
This Christina Perri song was originally written with The Twilight Saga in mind, more specifically, Breaking Dawn -- Part 1. When the two of you were first getting to know each other, you may have had a fear of falling in love and getting married. This romantic ballad not only captures your challenging journey, but also blossoms into a happily-ever-after focus in which you've overcome your fears. The heart-felt lyrics are sure to be a crowd-pleaser among those who attend your wedding since they encourage faithfulness, commitment, and a loving determination to work through differences and stay together...for a thousand years -- and then some. Perfect symbolism as the bride journeys down the aisle toward her groom.
A lovely, tender song that was written by Pat Monahan, and recorded by the group Train as their fourth single on the album Save Me San Francisco. Perhaps your special someone was once really able to identify with these sweet lyrics that tell a romantic story about a man who is imagining asking the woman with whom he's in love to marry him. And of course, your story has a happy ending because you said, "Yes!" This song is perfect as a processional for a wedding with popular music selections, and is sure to be a precious memory for years to come among those who attend your wedding.
Music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by Yop Harbung, and sung and made popular by the renown Judy Garland. This beautiful, well-known piece is from the movie (and musical) The Wizard of Oz. Your special someone likely makes you feel like you've arrived on the other side of a rainbow, and you feel he's as precious as a pot of gold. What better way to express your joy? Such a lovely song is perfect as one of your options for the procession of your bridesmaids, and is sure to make everyone smile with delight.