Are you really looking for The Wedding March? The first tune that pops into most peoples’ heads when they hear ‘Wedding March’ is actually Richard Wagner’s Bridal Chorus (dum-dum-de-dum…) from the opera, “Lohengrin.”
The song entitled The Wedding March is actually the tune that’s often heard at the end of wedding ceremonies. Felix Mendelssohn wrote it for Shakespeare’s play, “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.”
Other popular songs that are often incorrectly thought to be The Wedding March include Trumpet Voluntary (The Prince of Denmark’s March), by Jeremiah Clarke and Finale (from George Frideric Handel’s Water Music suite), also known as Hornpipe.
Below are 8 of the most popular wedding marches among our brides. These 8 downloads are included in our 3-CD set (buy link below song list) or as individual song downloads (link next to song title).
The 3 CD set for $29.98 includes all the wedding marches listed above.
To download an individual song, click “.99¢” button next to song title above.