Top 10 Beautiful Songs for Your Wedding

The wedding songs that you choose to play throughout your big day will have a significant influence on your event. Music sets the mood, the tone, and atmosphere. The flow of your party will be maintained with good music. Wedding songs enhance emotions throughout the celebration. Having classy songs played at your wedding will draw guests to dance, even those who are opposed to getting off their seats. Traditional and new hits can be blended together for an even better atmosphere. Ask your wedding DJ to play the wedding songs listed below to ensure that your guests will be fully entertained.

10  “Better Together” by Jack Johnson 

This song describes the connection between a boy and a girl. Johnson croons: “Love is the answer, at least, for most of the questions of my heart like, ‘Why are we here? And where do we go? And how come it is so hard?’ The chorus repeats “We are better together,” which means that the singer feels that he is much better with the love of his life and how his love reciprocates back to her.

9  “Lover Lay Down” by the Dave Matthews band 

This song has been a choice popular for weddings and is also a fan favorite. It talks about a long-distance relationship. One of the partners assures that they will wait for the other regardless of what happens, till they meet again.  The lyrics say, “I will wait for no one but you.” This song will be a perfect dance song for your wedding.

8  “24k Magic” by Bruno Mars 

If you want your guests to rush in one crowd to the dance floor, you cannot leave this out of your playlist. Guests will find it hard to resist dancing to the thumping beats of this song. It pleases crowds, both young and old, and goes well with other genres of songs, even traditional ones.

7  “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran 

Ed Sheeran stormed into the wedding scene by releasing popular hits like “Thinking out loud,” and “Shape of you.” The smooth voice of the artist and the heart-wrenching melodies of the songs help to set the right atmosphere for your wedding. They can be played either during the dinner or else in the evening do.

6  “Say you won’t let go” by James Arthur 

This is one of the most popular and most trendy first-dance songs. It has a romance-themed tune with lyrics that are appropriate for weddings. For instance, a line in the song says, “I wanna stay with you until we are gray and old.” It creates a sense of nostalgia and fuzzy feeling at the same time.

5  “My lost friend” by Tim McGraw 

This song is one of the best picks for first dance songs. It talks about a man describing his emotions towards a woman he dearly loves; one whom he refers to be his best friend. The lyrics and tune make it very significant during a wedding.

4  “From this moment” by Shania Twain 

This song actually inserts wedding vows into its lyrics. It explains that special moment of taking vows perfectly.

3  “Despacito” by Luis Fonsi featuring Daddy Yankee 

This song is one of the most popular hits of 2017. Channel that party feeling at your wedding by playing this song. Your guests will most certainly pull a group dance for this song.

2  “Closer” by the Chainsmokers featuring Halsey 

Make your guests sing along as well as dance to this song. It is a great song which can be played towards the end of your wedding.

1  “All of Me” by John Legend 

This list won’t be complete without John Legend’s “All of Me”. It was performed by John Legend during his own wedding. Its simple lyrics make it a perfect song for the first dance.

Wedding songs keep your guests entertained. Whether it is love, dance, ceremonial or reception songs, they will keep your guests lively throughout, while maintaining a perfect mood and atmosphere.

Mia Johnson

Meet Mia Johnson, a seasoned artist with over 20 years of experience in the art industry. Mia has dedicated her career to following, checking, and critiquing the works of other artists, helping them to hone their craft and reach their full potential. Her passion for art began at a young age, and she went on to study fine arts at the prestigious School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduation, Mia worked as a gallery assistant, where she gained valuable experience in the art world and developed a keen eye for spotting emerging talent. She went on to become an art critic for several major publications, including Artforum and Art in America, and has written extensively on contemporary art and culture. Mia is also a sought-after speaker and lecturer, and has given talks at museums, galleries, and universities around the world. In her free time, Mia enjoys painting, drawing, and exploring new art forms and techniques. She is passionate about helping artists of all levels to achieve their goals and reach their full potential, and is always on the lookout for new talent to discover and promote.
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