103 Best Wedding Songs Of All Time

A crucial aspect of a wedding is the music. Whether you're looking for a song that is relevant to your love story, is a timeless romantic classic, or will simply get the party started, there are plenty of incredible options.

Here are some of the best wedding songs of all time.

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1. “Make You Feel My Love” by Adele

Song Year: 2008

Adele has plenty of songs you wouldn't dare to play at your wedding because they are about painful heartbreak — “Set Fire To The Rain,” “Hello,” “Rolling In The Deep,” “I Drink Wine,” and”Someone Like You,” to name a few.

But “Make You Feel My Love” is filled with gorgeously romantic and heart-melting lines, which Adele captures with her riveting, impressive vocals.

2. “My Girl” by The Temptations

Song Year: 1965

The Temptations has several lovey-dovey hits that have become timeless classics, and “My Girl” is one of them.

People from all over the world love this popular song, and although it was recorded over 50 years ago, the band's soulful voices depicting a man who is deeply in love simply never get old.

3. “The Way You Look Tonight” by Frank Sinatra

Song Year: 1964

A year before “My Girl,” Frank Sinatra released' The Way You Look Tonight,” a light jazzy tune that makes you want to sweep your loved one off their feet and twirl them around.

Sinatra sings about how his love can make him feel bright and cheery, regardless of external circumstances, just because of how beautiful they look.

4. “All of Me” by John Legend

Song Year: 2013

The lyrics in “All of Me” speak to the dizzying, whirlwind feeling of being deeply in love and wanting to love all aspects of your partner — with their flaws and all.

As John Legend croons about his willingness to give everything he has to the one he loves, his raw emotion and honesty are sure to resonate.

5. “At Last” by Etta James

Song Year: 1960

The classy violin intro sets the tone for one of the most romantic songs of all time, and Etta James' smooth, sultry and sweet voice seals the deal.

The idea of finally falling in love with the perfect person also fits a wedding when a couple is celebrating this long-awaited special day.

6. “You Are The Sunshine Of My Life” by Stevie Wonder

Song Year: 1972

This classic Stevie Wonder tune celebrates finding the one person who brings light into your life and fills it with happiness. The simple yet effective lyrics are perfect for a first dance, as they express the deep gratitude and love the couple has for each other.

7. “Love Story” by Taylor Swift

Song Year: 2008

Some may say it's a cheesy, corny love song, but there's no denying that Taylor Swift's “Love Story” is incredibly romantic.

This song is perfect for a couple who has gone through some hardships and obstacles but has stuck together through it all — after all, that's what true love is all about.

8. “Can't Help Falling In Love” by Elvis Presley

Song Year: 1961

This is a song that many artists have covered over the years, but no one does it quite like Elvis Presley. The lyrics of this Presley song tell the story of a man who is head-over-heels in love and can't help but fall deeper in love with his partner each day.

9. “Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran

Song Year: 2014

Ed Sheeran's” Thinking Out Loud” speaks to loving someone even as they age and change, which is the exact point of committing to marriage. The lyrics are incredibly romantic, and the fact that it's a slow song makes it perfect for a first dance.

10. “Better Together” by Jack Johnson

Song Year: 2010

This song is all about cherishing the simple moments with the one you love, like looking up at the stars, and how those moments are even better when shared. It's a beautiful sentiment for a couple who is about to embark on a lifetime of marriage and adventure together.

11. “I Won't Give Up” by Jason Mraz

Song Year: 2012

This song is the perfect anthem for never giving up on your relationship, even when things get tough. Jason Mraz's signature higher-pitched singing style paired with the hopeful lyrics make it feel like a dream. This is an excellent first dance song or last slow-dance song.

12. “Just The Way You Are” by Bruno Mars

Song Year: 2010

Mars speaks about how he's so in love with someone he doesn't want anything about her to change. When you marry someone, you're committing to who they are right then and there, just as they are, and this is the perfect song to capture that sentiment.

13. “Marry You” by Bruno Mars

Song Year: 2010

People often use “Marry You” in proposals, but it also makes for a great wedding weekend song.

You can play it at the rehearsal dinner the evening prior to the wedding or play it for guests as they come into the ceremony. It's an upbeat hit that'll get everyone excited to celebrate love!

14. “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri

Song Year: 2011

This riveting tune by Christina Perri starts slow but quickly builds into an emotional ballad about finally finding your soulmate and being sure that you will love them for a thousand years since you've already loved them in your past life.

This is a lovely song to walk down the aisle to.

15. “Stand by Me” by Ben E. King

Song Year: 1986

This soul hit by Ben E. King speaks to sticking together with the one you love through the hard times. Even if everything around seems dark and scary, as long as you have each other, you'll be able to make it through. It's a sweet sentiment for a lifetime commitment.

16. “Put Your Head On My Shoulders” by Paul Anka

Song Year: 1959

People of all ages have cherished this oldie's tune for decades, and the soft, sweet lyrics are great for cocktail hour to get people in the mood to celebrate love.

It's also a perfect choice for the first dance or for any couple who wants a song that captures the lightness and easiness of their love.

17. “Just The Two Of Us” by Bill Withers

Song Year: 1980

This feel-good hit by Bill Withers is perfect for a boisterous couple who loves to have fun and enjoys each other's company, even when no one else is around.

The playful lyrics are great for a first dance or for any moment during the night when you want to get people of any age out on the dance floor.

18. “10,000 Hours” by Dan + Shay and Justin Bieber

Song Year: 2019

Justin Bieber is known for genre-bending, so it wasn't a surprise for him to collaborate with Dan + Shay on this country-pop love song. It's a great tune to play at the beginning of the ceremony or cocktail hour.

19. “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones

Song Year: 2009

A calming and beautiful song, “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones, is perfect for a couple who wants a classic wedding with timeless elegance. The slow and simple tune makes for a heart-melting first dance.

20. “Amazed” by Lonestar

Song Year: 1999

If you love country-pop hits, you'll love putting “Amazed” by Lonestar on your wedding playlist. The lyrics speak to being excited and overjoyed by the connection with one's lover. He also sings about wanting to be with this person forever.

21. “Everything” by Michele Bublé

Song Year: 2007

In the song “Everything,” the narrator compares his lover to, well, everything! Wishing wells, falling stars, and everything in between. It's a hyperbolic song version of saying to someone that they're you're “everything,” which is a super romantic statement.

22. “Over The Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwo'ole

Song Year: 1990

The original song “Over the Rainbow” was sung by Judy Garland in the movie The Wizard of Oz, but Israel Kamakawiwo'ole's beautiful ukulele cover is a sweet, light, and lovely version — perfect for beach and island weddings.

23. “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” by Whitney Houston

Song Year: 1987

This song is the best choice for when you want to stick with the theme of love while still getting everyone up on the dance floor! It's a classic hit that's perfect for both couples and group dancing.

24. “Crazy In Love” by Beyoncé featuring Jay Z

Song Year: 2009

Beyoncé's “Crazy In Love” is similar to “I Wanna Dance With Somebody” in that it's an excellent dancing song with relevant lyrics. It speaks to how nonsensical love can feel but how it doesn't matter because it just feels so good!

25. “I Gotta Feeling” by Black Eyed Peas

Song Year: 2009

Once the cake's been cut and the lights are turned down, if your guests are struggling to get on the dance floor because they're feeling shy, this is undoubtedly the best song to play. Nobody can resist the ultra-hype beat and cheerful lyrics of “I Gotta Feeling.”

26. “Love Me Like You Do” by Ellie Goulding

Song Year: 2015

Couples who met in college bars, concert venues, EDM shows, or any party environment will appreciate this modern song choice that has a techno feel but is still incredibly romantic.

Playing this would be a fun way to show off your love for each other while singing at the top of your lungs.

27. “Lucky” by Jason Mraz, Featuring Colbie Caillat

Song Year: 2008

“Lucky” is one of the best wedding songs for many couples because of its duet style, featuring both male and female vocals.

It also likely started the trend of announcing that you're getting married to “your best friend,” so if you feel that way, own it by playing this song at your wedding!

28. “September” by Earth, Wind, and Fire

Song Year: 1978

One of the all-time best dance floor songs for people of all ages is “September” by Earth, Wind, and Fire. The cheerful vocals, classic disco beat, and soulful horns make it an easy choice for anyone planning a fun wedding.

29. “Dancing Queen” by ABBA

Song Year: 1976

How could this list of the best wedding songs be complete without including “Dancing Queen” by ABBA? It's one of the most popular wedding songs for a reason — it's just so darn fun! This is another excellent choice for getting everyone out on the dance floor.

30. “Twist and Shout” by The Beatles

Song Year: 1963

“Twist and Shout” was arguably the earliest “boy band” song, and it has the same effect to this day — making people feel giddy and lively as ever! Your flower girl and grandma will both have a great time twisting and shaking to this forever hit.

31. “Cha Cha Slide” by DJ Casper

Song Year: 2000

Some will roll their eyes when the “Cha Cha Slide” comes on, but you can't deny that it gets everyone up and in an excellent, celebratory mood! Plus, it's perfect for wedding guests that don't know how to dance because it provides specific dance steps throughout the song.

32. “The Macarena” by Los Del Rio

Song Year: 1993

Another song that no one can resist is “The Macarena.” The lyrics are certainly not romantic, but the dance steps are so fun and catchy that everyone will be doing them without even realizing it. It's the perfect choice for a light-hearted dance floor moment.

33. “YMCA” by Village People

Song Year: 1978

Village People's YMCA has a specific move to it as well that everyone can easily learn and partake in. It also has an upbeat and “come one, come all” feeling. This is a great song for couples who don't need to take themselves too seriously!

34. “Cupid Shuffle” by Cupid

Song Year: 2007

Once the “Cha Cha Slide” started to get a little played out, Cupid released an alternative group dance floor hit called “Cupid Shuffle.” It has a bit more groove and allows for more flexibility and style while still inviting people of all ages to boogie.

35. “Shut Up and Dance” by Walk the Moon

Song Year: 2014

This indie rock song by Walk the Moon is one of the best recent wedding songs because it's so darn catchy and upbeat. It also calls upon the listener to find someone to dance with, which provides a sweet touch at the reception.

36. “Kiss” by Prince & the Revolution

Song Year: 1986

“Kiss” is one of Prince's most famous songs, likely due to its sultry and suggestive lyrics. It's a great choice for a late-night dancefloor jam when people are feeling loose, won't get too offended by the lyrics, and don't mind swinging along to Prince's iconic high notes.

37. “The Cure” by Lady Gaga

Song Year: 2017

Lady Gaga's “The Cure” is another sultry and seductive song that works well as a late-night jam. It's one of her best love songs for both dancing and singing along to — and when you listen closely, the lyrics about being a cure for your loved one are quite romantic!

38. “(This Will Be) An Everlasting Love” by Natalie Cole

Song Year: 1975

Another song the older crowd will love, and perhaps the younger crowd too, is Natalie Cole's “An Everlasting Love.” It might remind you of cheesy commercials, but the lyrics are super sweet, helping you manifest everything you desire out of the rest of your partnership for years to come.

39. “Can't Stop the Feeling” by Justin Timberlake

Song Year: 2016

It's challenging to feel any sense of negativity when Timberlake's “Can't Stop the Feeling” is on. So if you want to ensure a positive atmosphere during the dancing part of your reception, turn this on and let Timberlake's time-tested vocals do the work.

40. “Happy” by Pharrell Williams

Song Year: 2014

Similar to “Can't Stop the Feeling,” Pharrell Williams' “Happy” is an irresistibly feel-good tune. It's one of the most fitting songs to play on what people often consider the “happiest” day of your life!

41. “Ain't No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

Song Year: 1967

This song speaks volumes about what it feels like to be in passionate love. There's nothing — not even mountains, valleys, or rivers — that will keep someone in love from being with their soulmate. That's why it's an excellent choice to play any time of your wedding weekend.

42. “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond

Song Year: 1969

One of the most cheerful and spirited songs on this list is “Sweet Caroline.” Almost everyone knows the words, especially the chorus, so it's sure to bring an uplifting and connected energy to the reception.

43. “Don't Stop Believin'” by Journey

Song Year: 1981

Another classic sing-a-long that many people know all the words to is “Don't Stop Believin'.” It also paints the picture of small-town folks trying to find their way, which might feel particularly relevant to some couples who share a similar story.

44. “Angel of Mine” by Monica

Song Year: 1997

“Angel of Mine” is a classic 90's hit. Monica sings about finding someone she didn't think was possible to find as if it's a miracle. She considers this person — her person — an angel. It's a beautiful pre-ceremony wedding song.

45. “Walking On Sunshine” by Katrina & The Waves

Song Year: 2009

After getting married to the love of your life, you may feel like you're walking in the sunshine! The lyrics of this popular tune are about how positive, giddy, and incredible love makes you feel.

46. “A Sky Full of Stars” by Coldplay

Song Year: 2014

Many love songs use metaphors to compare the love interest to something beautiful. In this song, the narrator compares a lover to “a sky full of stars” because this person's light shines bright enough to illuminate the darkness.

47. “You've Got the Love” by Florence + the Machine

Song Year: 2009

Although it has an upbeat tempo, “You've Got the Love” isn't the easiest song to dance to. However, it's an impressive hit with passionate, love-focused lyrics, so it's a great choice for pre-wedding festivities or cocktail hour.

48. “Truly, Madly Deeply” by Savage Garden

Song Year: 1997

This '90s ballad has a bit of a different sound than many of the other love songs on this list, which is why it's a great choice if you're looking for something unique yet still slow and soft. The lyrics express a deep, all-consuming love.

49. “Unchained Melody” by The Righteous Brothers

Song Year: 1965

This song is one of those classic love songs that make you soften your shoulders, close your eyes, and form a calm smile with your lips. It's the sweetest slow dance song of all time, making it perfect for a traditional wedding.

50. “Because You Loved Me” by Celine Dion

Song Year: 1996

Celebrating love at a wedding is not just about romantic love but familial love as well. This song from Celine Deline is the perfect choice for a father/mother-son/daughter dance because it's about someone who has been there through it all.

51. “The Power of Love” by Celine Dion

Song Year: 1993

Celine Dion isn't a stranger to love ballads, so it's no surprise we had to put at least two of her hits on this list. “The Power of Love” is a dynamic, compelling ballad that captures the essence of being so in love with your other half.

52. “Wonderful Tonight” by Eric Clapt

Song Year: 1977

This song is another excellent choice for a couple's first dance because of its sweet and nostalgic lyrics. It's a love song that centers you into the moment and makes you feel grateful for your partner.

53. “Adorn You” by Miguel

Song Year: 2012

This r&b tune brings just the right vibes for a prelude to a wedding. It's sultry but not too over-the-top sexy. Miguel's lyrics are about being in the moment and enjoying every aspect of his partner.

54. “Love and Marriage” by Frank Sinatra

Song Year: 1955

It's not a surprise that “Love and Marriage” made it onto a list of songs to play at a wedding since it's all about — well — love and marriage! This cute, cheeky, and cheerful song is a fun one for cocktail hour or winding the night down.

55. “I Will Always Love You” by Whitney Houston

Song Year: 1993

Whitney Houston already made it on the list with a fun dance song, but her rendition of Dolly Parton's “I Will Always Love You” is arguably one of the most passionate and best wedding songs ever.

The first dance is a great time to play it, especially if the couple can choreograph a spectacular dance to go with it.

56. “My Boo” by Usher, Featuring Alicia Keys

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Song Year: 2004

“My Boo” is one of those songs that come on, and you can't help but sway your hips from side to side.

It's a lively yet realistic depiction of a love story — yes, sometimes you may fight and have troubles. But even still, you may know that this is the one you want to spend your entire life with.

57. “No One” by Alicia Keys

Song Year: 2007

Alicia Keys's “No One” is one of the best wedding songs of all time because it's a clear representation of what marriage is about — committing to one person because no one else can compare in your eyes.

The song also speaks to how no one can ruin the feeling of deep, true love.

58. “Thinkin Bout You

Song Year: 2012

Frank Sinatra isn't the only Frank who's made beautiful love songs.

Frank Ocean is a modern-day R&B singer whose “Thinkin Bout You” is a sultry, sensual ballad about the highs and lows of love and relationships, even sharing thoughts about wanting to be together forever. We think it's a perfect choice to have a pre-wedding ceremony.

59. “Perfect” by Ed Sheeran and Beyonce

Song Year: 2017

Ed Sheeran's “Perfect” was already, well, perfect. But when Beyoncé got on it as a feature, it somehow became even better! The duet aspect of the song speaks to how a relationship is a partnership and how having someone who is perfect for you can make life feel that much more complete. It's undoubtedly one of the best modern first dance songs.

60. “Conversations in the Dark” by John Legend

Song Year: 2020

“Conversations in the Dark” sounds like a single version of vows, as Legend lists a series of heartfelt promises in the chorus. The promises and confessions of love make it perfect for this special day.

61. “Cuz I Love You” by Lizzo

Song Year: 2019

From the very start of this brass-heavy hit, Lizzo makes it clear that she means business. This is a great tune for when people are coming into the reception hall. Lizzo's powerful vocals, combined with her comical verses, will surely get your guests in the best mood.

62. “All My Life” by K-Ci & JoJo

Song Year: 1997

K-Ci & JoJo's is one of the best wedding songs of all time because it accurately conveys the passion, excitement, and gratitude that someone who has finally found the love of their life feels. It's clear why their caring, romantic lyrics are perfect for wedding days.

63. “I'll Be There” by Jackson 5

Song Year: 1970

Jackson 5's “I'll Be There” is all about having faith in someone, providing comfort, and honoring love wherever you find it. It's a lovely song for a father/mother-daughter/son dance because it also conveys themes of protection, guidance, and support.

64. “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” by Elton John

Song Year: 1994

Elton John wrote “Can You Feel The Love Tonight” for Disney's The Lion King, and it quickly became one of the most popular love songs of all time.

It's a beautiful ballad about feeling how strong love is all around. We recommend playing this song for every couple in the room to share the floor and feel the love.

65. “You Are All I Need to Get by” by Aretha Franklin

Song Year: 1971

Saying that someone is all you need to get through the tough times in life is one of the most romantic things you can say. This song by Aretha Franklin speaks to how, no matter what storms life throws your way, you'll be okay as long as you're alongside your soulmate.

66. “You and Me” by Lifehouse

Song Year: 2005

The lyrics of “You and Me” speak perfectly to the situation occurring during the couple's first dance.

There's the two of you and all of the other people looking at you, but nothing matters besides each other. You won't be able to take your eyes off each other at that moment, especially if this song is playing in the background!

67. “Canon in D” by Pachebel

Song Year: 1940

The oldest song on this list is the classical tune “Canon in D,” now a staple in the wedding world. Many people have chosen it as their aisle song because of its romantic, flowing melody. It's the perfect song to symbolize starting your life together.

68. “River Flows In You” by Yiruma

Song Year: 2001

This “modern classical” song by Yiruma pulls the heartstrings just as much as piano classics that came centuries before it. It's sweet and soft, inspiring a fantastical, dreamy atmosphere throughout the room.

69. “Love Someone” by Lukas Graham

Song Year: 2018

This modern-day love song is about appreciating someone for who they are and making a conscious decision to love them every day. The lyrics talk about the power of love over time, even on the worst days.

70. “You're the First, the Last, My Everything” by Barry White

Song Year: 1974

This groovy hit by Barry White is a song that's both sexy and sweet and will make everyone in the room feel the love. It's a great choice for fun, lively couples who want to get their groove on during their first dance.

71. “A Moment Like This” Kelly Clarkson

Song Year: 2002

Kelly Clarkson made a name for herself among the great ballad singers with this inspiring, passionate hit, “A Moment Like This.” Her sweet yet soulful voice singing about being grateful for an incredible moment is perfect for the first dance.

72. “Something” by The Beatles

Song Year: 1969

Sometimes you're so in love with someone that it's hard to explain.

This poetic Beatles hit conveys that sentiment by stating that there's “something” about this person, even if they can't quite put their finger on it. All the narrator knows is that they don't need anything else.

73. “All You Need Is Love” by The Beatles

Song Year: 1967

Another hit by The Beatles, “All You Need Is Love,” is a catchy, feel-good tune that always gets people in the mood.

It's a lovely choice to play as people enter the reception, find their seats, and chit-chat about how beautiful the ceremony was.

74. “Adore You” by Harry Styles

Song Year: 2019

Harry Styles was inspired by The Beatles, so it's no surprise that he has some incredible love songs himself. “Love Of My Life” depicts those small, seemingly mundane moments with aspects of a person that end up meaning so much when you adore someone.

75. “Sweet Creature” by Harry Styles

Song Year: 2017

“Adore You” is a funky pop hit, but if you want something from the new Prince of Pop that's a little bit softer, how about “Sweet Creature?”

This song is great for couples who want to depict the truth of a real relationship at their wedding, as it speaks about how things can get hard and heated. But nevertheless, this person still feels at home.

76. “The Only Exception” by Paramore

Song Year: 2009

Paramore is known for their hard-hitting pop-rock tunes that make you jump around, but they also made a slow and emotional wedding song.

This song is about how the narrator stopped believing in love because of what she saw from her parents, but now someone has become an exception to that rule.

77. “Confirmation” by Justin Bieber

Song Year: 2020

Justin Bieber, in “Confirmation,” sings about how he and his partner have the rest of their lives together, a fitting sentiment for a wedding. It's not the most passionately romantic song on the list, but it works well for the pre-ceremony or cocktail hour to keep a loving mood alive.

76. “Marry Me” by Jason Derulo

Song Year: 2013

This list would not be complete without a song that's literally called “Marry Me!”

Jason Derulo sings about wanting nothing more than to spend the rest of his life with his partner, and this song will have everyone in the room in their feels. It's a good proposal song, but also excellent to start the wedding day with.

77. “Shallow” by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Song Year: 2018

The song “Shallow,” written and recorded for the movie A Star Is Born, is an impassioned and heartfelt duet. It starts slow and picks up with Lady Gaga's incredible vocals capturing the essence of falling in love.

78. “Never Worn White” by Katy Perry

Song Year: 2020

Katy Perry conveys a situation in which someone can change, grow, and see themselves in a new light with the wrong person. It alludes to never wearing white — or never being married — because of fear of love. But with the right person, you can overcome this fear.

79. “Unconditionally” by Katy Perry

Song Year: 2013

An earlier hit by Perry, “Unconditionally,” is about loving someone unconditionally. This is about being prepared to continue loving someone through their good days and their bad ones, which is what commitment is about.

80. “Like I'm Gonna Lose You” by Meghan Trainor and John Legend

Song Year: 2015

“Like I'm Gonna Lose You” is all about not taking your loved one for granted. It's a scary thought to lose the love of your life, but that's exactly why it's important to cherish this person every moment you can. It's a great reminder for both the couple and the guests at the wedding.

81. “Stay With Me” by Sam Smith

Song Year: 2014

The tone of “Stay With Me” may feel a little somber at first, but the lyrics are exceptionally passionate and sentimental. It's a lovely song for winding down the night and getting in one last dance with your lover.

82. “You & I” by One Direction

Song Year: 2013

“You & I” is a beautiful love song by One Direction. It's about two people who are in it for the long haul, no matter what life throws their way. They'll always find their way back to each other instead of giving up on love — like other people they've seen around them do.

83. “You & I” by Lady Gaga

Song Year: 2011

Another song called “You & I,” by Lady Gaga, has a very different tone and attitude than One Direction's song but is still a great wedding song.

It's a story-based song where the narrator speaks of escapades that have distracted her and memories with this person, but now she knows that it's real love and won't leave it behind.

84. “You're Beautiful” by James Blunt

Song Year: 2009

This song takes a more ethereal view of love and how even though somebody may not be traditionally beautiful, they are perfect to the person who loves them. It's a good song to play during the ceremony when everyone is feeling emotional, or even for the first dance.

85. “Dangerously In Love” Beyoncé

Song Year: 2001

Love sometimes feels risky because you realize just how much someone can have a hold on you and impact your life. If you want to celebrate that risk while still calling attention to it, playing Beyoncé's “Dangerously In Love 2” at your wedding is a fantastic idea.

86. “Love On Top” by Beyoncé

Song Year: 2011

Beyoncé's “Love On Top” is just as fun to sing to as it is to dance to, especially towards the end when the chorus keeps repeating with a higher key each time.

It's a lively, energetic challenge to try to hit the notes after each repeat, and it will surely put people in a good mood while singing about love.

87. “The One” by Kodaline

Song Year: 2015

This song depicts a real relationship that's not always perfect. Even still, the singer shares how he knows that his partner is still the right one for him.

88. “Back To You” by Selena Gomez

Song Year: 2018

This song will be an interesting choice for a wedding because the lyrics aren't as straightforwardly lovey.

Gomez sings about not always feeling like it's the perfect relationship, and they get things wrong a lot. However, she's so in love that this person can't get out of her head. We've all been there, and this story might resonate with a lot of couples.

89. “From This Moment” by Shania Twain

Song Year: 1997

Twain sings about everything feeling right with the world because of the person she's with. This beautiful song is ideal for various parts of the wedding — walking down the aisle, the first dance, the last dance, and everything in between.

90. “With You” by Chris Brown

Song Year: 2007

Chris Brown's “With You” is undoubtedly the sweetest and most romantic song of his career. He sings about how he appreciates being with the person he loves, and he feels supremely grateful. These are the exact sentiments many people feel on their wedding day.

91. “With You” by Tyler Shaw

Song Year: 2018

Tyler Shaw's soulful pop song is the perfect love tune for any couple. The song shares sentiments of commitment, being together through the ups and downs, building a life and family together, and other dreams of many early couples.

92. “Yours” by Ella Henderson

Song Year: 2014

Ella Henderson's classic storytelling skills are welcomed in this delightful, sweet song. She shares moments of intimacy, as well as how she's learned and grown so much as a person thanks to romantic love.

93. “Somewhere Only We Know” by Lily Allen

Song Year: 2013

Lily Allen has a distinct, sweet voice that many people will recognize.

This particular song is about intimate, private moments that the speaker can only experience with someone she loves and only in a place special to them. This sentiment highlights the cherished, shared memories we create with our lovers.

94. “And I Love Her” by Passenger

Song Year: 2017

Another recognizable voice is that of the lead singer of Passenger, which is cutting yet soft.

The lyrics speak to loving a strong, loving woman who is complicated and sometimes frustrating. However, the narrator loves her all the same. The realistic take on a partnership is perfect for the big day.

95. “Halo” by Beyonce

Song Year: 2008

Beyonce's “Halo” is one of her most popular songs and for a good reason. The lyrics sing about finding a partner who makes the speaker feel like they're in heaven because they're angelic. Falling in love with this type of person feels light and easy — like fate.

96. Falling Life The Stars” by James Arthur

Song Year: 2019

This song will be perfect for a couple who has spent at least part of their relationship in a long-distance situation. The lyrics speak to the lack of doubt you can have about each other, even when one is far away, and dreaming of a future together all the while.

97. “I Get To Love You” by Ruelle

Song Year: 2016

This piano- and cello-based slow-tune is a gorgeous choice for the first dance or a slow dance for all the couples at the wedding. It's about feeling privileged and honored to be able to love the person you're with.

98. “Beautiful In White” by Shane Filan

Song Year: 2017

Filan's “Beautiful In White” was specifically created for weddings. It samples Pachelbel's “Canon in D,” one of the most popular aisle walking songs (also featured in this list), so it's perfect for that moment — especially if you'd prefer having some lyrics at the moment.

99. “Tennessee Whiskey” by Chris Stapleton

Song Year: 2015

Stapleton compared his lover to “Tennessee Whiskey,” brandy, strawberry wine, and other tasty drinks because he thinks this person is sweet, smooth, and delightful. It's a cute song, perfect for couples who love country tunes.

100. “Let's Stay Together” by Al Green

Song Year: 1972

This hit by Al Green is a timeless love song with simple but highly relatable lyrics if you've ever been deeply in love. It's also a mid-paced song perfect for getting the dance floor warmed up while keeping the romance alive.

101. “I Don't Want to Miss a Thing” by Aerosmith

Song Year: 1998

The opening line of “I Don't Want to Miss a Thing” about listening to your lover breathe in their sleep may sound creepy to some, but if you've ever been madly in love, you'll understand the sentiment. If the lyrics resonate and you love raspy, passion-filled voices, definitely don't leave this one off the list.

102. “Chasing Cars” by Snow Patrol

Song Year: 2006

Another song with initially jarring lyrics about lying down in one place forever — forgetting everything and everyone else — is “Chasing Cars.” It's romantic because it speaks to the feeling of only needing that one person to feel okay, regardless of what else is going on around us.

103. “If I Ain't Got You” by Alicia Keys

Song Year: 2003

Alicia Keys is no stranger to love songs, but “If I Ain't Got You” is one of her most popular and well-loved.

Her soulful, dreamy voice shares the sentiment that having a bunch of material things doesn't mean anything at all if you don't have that special someone. The lyrics, soulful instrumentals, and impressive vocals make it perfect for any part of the wedding day.

Top Wedding Songs Ever, Final Thoughts

These top wedding songs of all time serve various purposes.

Some will prompt people to boogie on the dancefloor, others are perfectly suited for the first dance, while others still are great at winding down the night by sealing in the romance.

Which of these wedding songs is your favorite?

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