Recessional Songs

A recessional song is played as the bride and groom walk back down the aisle after saying ‘I do’

  • 1
    Kelly Clarkson
    From 5 votes
  • 2
    Stevie Wonder
    From 4 votes
  • 3
    Instrumental Hymn Players
    From 4 votes
  • 4
    Garage Hymnal
    From 3 votes
  • 5
    The Cathedral Choir & Orchestra
    From 3 votes
  • 6
    Shania Twain
    From 2 votes
  • 7
    Westminster Abbey Choir, Martin Neary & Martin Bak
    From 2 votes
  • 8
    Green Panda Music
    From 2 votes
  • 9
    Brian Holleran & Brian Bigley
    From 2 votes
  • 10
    Misty Miller
    From 2 votes
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Top 5 Wedding Songs

  • 1
    Michael Bublé
    From 26 votes
  • 2
    Chantal Kreviazuk
    From 19 votes
  • 3
    Elbow
    From 15 votes
  • 4
    Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat
    From 15 votes
  • 5
Recessional songs are full of happiness and emotion and celebrate the marriage of the bride and groom that has just happened. When choosing recessional songs, think of that happy and upbeat mood you want to create and choose music to reflect this. After all the emotion and build up of the ceremony, recessional songs are a celebration of your union. If you want to keep your wedding mood whimsical and romantic then you could choose a slower song, or if you wish to make it feel more of an exciting celebration then you can choose something more up-tempo.