The music playing at a wedding ceremony is one of my favorite parts of the service, and one of the most memorable elements in my experience. As a non-denominational minister and professional wedding officiant, I oversee weddings in all contexts and locations and settings, and occasionally there isn't music (which is noticeable in and of itself), but when there is, the track that plays as a bride walks down the aisle with her father or a brand newly wed couple leaves an altar for the first time? That's something pretty special. For this wedding ceremony, the couple chose a remake of a great original, so good that I don't know which one I prefer, "Make You Feel My Love" by Bob Dylan then remade by Garth Brooks. It's a tough one to elevate, but Garth may have actually outdone Dylan. Idk. What do you think?
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