Take a look at some processional ideas that will make your walk down the aisle memorable!

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Few moments are as memorable as the one where you walk down the aisle, heading towards what is about to become your very future – the person with whom you plan on sharing every single event in your life with from now on. Naturally, you want your processional to be truly amazing, full of beautiful emotions and unforgettably graceful as well.

How to do this, though? How to make your ceremony remarkable and beautiful? We have gathered some tips to help you with this – so read on to find out more.

  • You choose who walks you down the aisle – or if you walk alone, for that matter. The important thing is that you make your decision based on truly meaningful criteria. For example, you could choose to walk down the aisle with both of your parents if you feel that this is the right thing to do.
  • Location matters. When choosing all the details that make for the perfect wedding ceremony, please think of your location first – it can make the decision process so much easier! For example, if you are getting married in a cathedral, you will want your processional music to be suited to the grandeur of the location itself (e.g. Clarke’s Trumpet Voluntary).
  • You don’t have to stick to classical (or instrumental) music. As long as your processional song speaks about who you are and is meaningful for your relationship, it will be perfectly fine. From modern tunes to classic Elvis, there’s a myriad of genres that can be gorgeously incorporated into a wedding ceremony.

Memory Maker DJs is a unique DJ service provider in Michigan – so if you plan on having your wedding in the area, make sure to give us a call. We’ll provide you with exquisite DJ services for the Big Day, so that you and your guests truly make the most of it! Contact us today and book the best DJs in Michigan!


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