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    Top Ten Wedding Songs

    July 19, 2012

    You've walked back up the aisle with your new spouse and have waltzed into your reception party, but what's playing on the stereo? Music is vital to setting the atmosphere for a wedding party, be it nostalgic, tender or upbeat and fun. Ready for the first dance? Here are ten songs to make your wedding an unforgettable event!


    Wedding Songs

     

     

    The first dance as a couple is one of the most anticipated and emotional moments of the night, but the memories don't have to stop there! Below is a list of the most popular songs in wedding music to help you set the tone of your celebration, from the first dance to the last!

    1. Can't Help Falling In Love - Elvis Presley

    Who doesn't know the King? This slow song is the perfect choice to begin the slow dances.

     

    2. Unchained Melody - The Righteous Brothers

     

     

    3. At Last - Etta James

     

     

     

     

    4. The Way You Look Tonight - Frank Sinatra

     

     

    Frank Sinatra is one of the classiest and smoothest performers in music history. This song is sure to be a favorite among your older guests. They will recall the days Frank monopolized the radio with his jazz inspired songs.

     

     

     

     

    5. Unforgettable - Nat King Cole

     

     

    6. The Power of Love - Celine Dion

     

     

    7. Endless Love - Lionel Richie and Diana Ross

     

     

    8. Just the Way You Are - Billy Joel

     

     

    9. You and I - Stevie Wonder

     

     

     

     

    10. I Will Always Love You - Whitney Houston

     

     

    Whitney's powerhouse vocals and stunning performances have made this one of the most well-known love songs of all time. Toss it into the wedding playlist and your guests can dance to this popular ballad!

     

     

     

     

    Although these are classic songs, perfect for your wedding, we know there's many other original songs as well. What was your wedding song, or perhaps a favorite you've heard over the years? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter, or leave a comment below!