Recessional wedding songs, or wedding exit songs are the wedding songs that play after you have said “I do”, after you have kissed… right after you have been officially pronounced husband and wife. You are about to walk back down the aisle hand in hand with your loved one and this is the point where you want to exit your ceremony in a celebratory manor! #recessionalsongs #weddingsongs #weddingmusic
Choosing a last dance song for your wedding is a great way to round off and finalize the perfect evening. Many venues have curfews on how late your reception can carry on for and often they have very high overtime fees.
Recessional songs are songs played after the wedding ceremony is over and the bride, groom and bridal party make their exit from the ceremony. Only one song is usually played during the recessional, since it is a brief moment in the ceremony. #weddingmusic
Q: How do I coordinate the wedding exit? It seems these are going out of style. In the dozen or so weddings I’ve been to over the past few years, no couple has done the big exit. But that’s the one thing that I was always fascinated by as a child (hello, movies!), and I would love to do one. My partner is fine with it, though not really sure what it is, and neither of us wants to be the last ones at the party (though that is part of normal hosting duties). I have no idea how to …