30 Good Wedding Songs For Parents To Walk Down The Aisle

Traditionally, the mother of the bride’s entrance marks the beginning of the wedding processional. Alternatively the groom’s parents may choose to walk with the groom down the aisle. The father of the bride typically escorts the bride down the aisle before giving his blessing. The wedding processional is normally organized in a specific manner ensuring the bridal march runs as smoothly as possible. Here is a look at some great wedding songs for parents to walk down the aisle to during this time.

Ain’t No Mountain High Enough – Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell
All You Need Is Love – The Beatles
At Last – Etta James
Can’t Take My Eyes Off You – Frankie Valli & The Four Seasons
Dream – Priscilla Ahn
Everyday – Buddy Holly
Find Love – Clem Snide
Flightless Bird, American Mouth – Iron & Wine
Forever – The Beach Boys
Hoppípolla – Sigur Rós
How You’ve Grown – 10,000 Maniacs
I Was Married – Tegan and Sara
If It Wasn’t For Your Love – Heather Headley
In My Life – The Beatles
Kind & Generous – Natalie Merchantv
La Vie en Rose – Andrea Bocelli
Marry Song – Band of Horses
More Than Anyone – Gavin DeGraw
Ordinary Miracle – Sarah McLachlan
Real Love – Beach House
Sailboats – Brooke Fraser
Somewhere Only We Know – Lily Allen
Somewhere Over The Rainbow – Judy Garland
Songbird – Fleetwood Mac
Takes My Breath Away – Tuck & Patti
The Way You Look Tonight – Steve Tyrell
Turning Page – Sleeping at Last
Use Somebody – Vitamin String Quartet
You Are The Best Thing – Ray LaMontagne
You’re The One That I Want – Angus & Julia Stone

Here is an overview to the correct order to follow for your wedding processional. These do’s and don’ts are shared by professional event planners as they go on to cover the right way to organize your procession for success.