Besides the fact that it is not traditional, what is it wrong about playing the familiar American music called "Here Comes the Bride" either as a song or just music while the bride and groom enter the church for their a wedding ceremony?¬†
The Coptic Orthodox Church is an honorable, biblical, apostolic, and traditional church. Each wedding is celebrated with long-established and cherished joyful melodies, befitting this blessed occasion rites and rituals.†The clergy lead the procession†of†the bride and the bridegroom down the isle where they get seated outside the holy alter sanctuary. Throughout the ceremony, chimes of joy resound in the church as each vow is established. With biblical verses, this marvelous Mystery is performed by the priest, deacons, and congregation all praying and singing joyfully and harmoniously. As a church, we are delighted to keep our traditions, whom the Church Fathers have delivered unto us,†and which we gladly pass on to from the coming generations. Indeed, it would be wrong to add to, delete†or replace these religious traditions by contemporary music, which would only instigate a new but insignificant and unfounded tradition. St. Paul warns us saying, "Therefore,†brethren, stand fast and hold the traditions which you were taught, whether by word or our epistle" (2 Thessalonians 2:15).