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10 Offbeat Processional Songs

Sometimes tradition just doesn't work for you, your personality is too big for tradition to strong to be like everyone else. These choices have been used in the past and have had huge impact's both in representing uniqueness and strength in love and in character. From Eddie Vedder's vocals to the electronic drive of Porter Robinson, processional songs can take you to totally different places and set the mood for the rest of your day.

Shelter - Porter Robinson

The first choice is indeed the most ambitious, with a heavy electronic female vocal chorus and soft male vocal in every verse this song is sure to give your guest a good run of goose bumps. This bright and joyous tune will have tears running as the piano and violin strike near the finish.

Somewhere Over The Rainbow - Israel Kamakawiwo

How can you not love this song, opening with a ukulele strum and a hum. Best used in a an outdoor setting, a light breeze with the sun on your shoulders. I see a gorgeous bride smiling, energetic and excited to walk to her man patiently waiting. A really fun way to start your day.

Moon River - The Honey Trees

Acoustic songs are always great choices, this songs simplicity speaks volumes. The Honey Trees really nail it both during solo vocals and duet portions. The song is short and would fits perfectly during your ceremony. No denying the more seriousness of this song

Paperman - Christopher Beck

This song is from an Disney Animated Short, a romantic comedy featuring a quirky accountant and his obsession with the girl he meets on the subway. Watch it once or twice and listen to the song in the background. If your wedding is 40' and 50's inspired, this song might be the perfect fit.