Just like your wedding lehenga, and jewellery, your bridal entrance song is equally important to make your wedding, memorable one. A song that explains the love between the two of you, a song that makes this moment look more beautiful.
Whether you want an entry song that’s nostalgic, romantic, or a combination of the two, these are some favorite songs picked by our real brides to walk down the aisle to. After all, the bridal entrance song will set the tone for the rest of your amazing journey towards marrying your best friend.
If you’re searching for your unique, yet perfect bridal entry song, then look no further. Our real brides picked these most romantic songs and made your work easier.
1. Swati & Kamlesh - Aaoge Jab Tum O Saajna
Kamlesh gave a beautiful surprise to Swati and sang ‘Aoge Jab Tum’ from the movie ‘Jab We Met’ as she entered for the Jaimala. It was Swati’s all-time favourite song and just perfect for this heartfelt moment.
2. Juhi & Alok - Leja Leja Re
Juhi always knew that she wanted to dance her way to her husband to be, so she chose the female version of these songs ‘Leja Leja Re and Perfect‘ and really made a note-worthy and cheerful bridal entrance.
3. Ayushi & Ankit - Din Shagna Da
Ayushi slowly walked down to the love of her life with Jasleen Royal singing, “Din Shagna Da’ and her brothers beside her, with fireworks everywhere.
Recalling the moment, Ayushi said ‘everything was a blur and as soon as I held Ankit’s hand, everything became clear’.
4. Nikita & Puneet - Leaving on a Jet Plane
Being a Pilot, Puneet loved this song – ‘Leaving on a jet plane by John Denver’ and even sang once for Nikita.
So when it was time to decide her bridal entry song, Nikita was sure that she wants to enter into her new life with this song.
5. Farihah & Wayne - Deewani Mastani
Farihah shared ‘we entered on Deewani Mastani from the guitar instrumental part from around 1.00 min into the video. Mum loved this song, Wayne loved this song and so did I. It had a special place in our hearts’.
6. Noopur & Meet - Aaj Mere Piya Ghar Aavenge
Noopur chose the song ‘Aaj mere piya ghar aavenge’ by Kailash Kher. She said, ‘the lyrics of that song clearly justified my feelings on that day!!’
7. Anvita & Natesh - Kaun Tujhe
Anvita wanted to pick a song that will give everyone goosebumps when she makes her way to Natesh and after listening to ‘Kaun Tujhe’ from the movie ‘M.S. Dhoni’. She knew THIS IS IT.
8. Ashima & Akhil - Madhaniyaa
Recalling the moment, Ashima shared ‘ I had 2 bridal entries – one during the sundowner pheras and the other during the evening wedding’.
For the sundowner pheras, she entered on ‘Madhaniya’, and for the wedding, she was accompanied by smartly dressed army men in uniform playing the typical army band from her father’s unit.
In her words, ‘It was the most mesmerizing part of the wedding.’
9. Maisha & Nathanael - Dilbaro
Maisha’s bridesmaids walked down to ‘Din Shagna Da’ from ‘Phillauri’, that she’s been obsessed with it since Anushka Sharma walked down to it. But for her wedding, she remixed it with ‘Dilbaro‘ from ‘Raazi’ which started just as she walked down the aisle with her dad.
Truly an emotional song, for this super emotional moment!
10. Davina & Nikhil - A Thousand Years
Nikhil dedicated the song ‘ A Thousand Years’ to Davina a few years back, and when it was time to pick a bridal entry song, she knew there would be nothing more perfect or romantic than making her entrance on this song.
11. Jaisel & Abhishek - Kanda Kacheya Ne
The radiating bride, Jaisel entered on – ‘Kanda Kacheya Ne’ from the movie ‘Daana Paani’, and her smile says it all about the moment filled with pure love.
12. Radha & Ankit - Daryaa
Radha wanted to walk down the aisle to Din Shagna Da, but it was so OVER done. Thus, she decided to pick ‘Daryaa’ from ‘Manmarziyan’.
Radha shared, ‘Something about this song just made me tear up and I decided to walk to that. The lyrics were perfect for our story and I did break down for 5 secs while I walked down the aisle. “Sara jag chad ke bus tenu hi hain chuniya”— ah that line hit me hard. It was an unplugged version and it was just perfect for my magical moment.’