It comes as no surprise that the Wedding Filmer is pulling something out of it’s hat that can be described as ‘soul-stirring’ Like every person on the planet, whose ever had the pleasure to witness their work, I’m a big fan. TWF is undoubtedly a pioner in the wedding films space taking cinematography to a different level. But more importantly, with each wedding film, make us believe in magic – over and over again. (Obv, if they’re awesome you can find them on Indear here)
One of their core strengths is the fabulous background score in their wedding films. And any music that makes your heart skip a beat is perfect for a bridal entry. If you’re ‘soooo done’ with that Atif Aslam/Arijit Singh/ (Insert slow song from a Mukesh Bhatt film) we’ve got something that just hits the spot for your bridal entry.
Last week, the Wedding Filmer released ‘Chal Le Chal’ crooned by 15 year old Devangi Chopra. It’s a cover of ‘Dust to Dust’ by the Civil Wars. The track is soulfully melodious, with lyrics that will no doubt tug at the heart strings. But it is prodigal Devangi’s hauntingly beautiful voice which will make it so difficult for everyone to hold back the tears on your big day.
(Also, if you’re loving Devangi’s gorgeous look – she’s in Arpita Mehta including one of her latest runway pieces. You can check out more by Arpita Mehta here on Indear)
Another lovely one from the wedding powerhouse of The Wedding Filmer is ‘Din Shagna Da’ which is a melodious, modern version of the traditional bridal entry song. I promise their version has inspired wayyyy too many girls to just get married ASAP.
Here’s the video of ‘the Perfect Bridal Song‘ that’s a montage of a whole lotta perfect weddings captured by the Wedding Filmer:
If you’re shortlisting bridal entry songs for your upcoming wedding, we’re hoping these leave you #IndearInspired. If you’re not, well then, here’s what I’d recommend (and what I’ve been doing for the past hour!): Grab a cuppa tea, and binge listen on repeat as you browse through gorgeous weddings on Indear.in. Just remember, the heart lies where the mind wanders 😉