Top 5 Wedding Songs

There are just certain songs you hear, and you can picture an aisle outlined in flowers or a sunset with a suit and veil. They can be played in ceremony, at dinner or on the dance floor but one thing is for sure they belong in a wedding. They are classic, timeless and appeal to all of your guests. You will want to sure incorporate them in any form(instrumental, original recording or a newer recording) at anytime during your special day.

Here are the top 5 weddings songs to listen out for the next wedding you go to. 

At Last- Etta James made this song popular with her 1960 recording but it was originally recorded in 1941 by Glenn Miller and his orchestra.

This Will Be (An Everlasting Love)- released in 1975 as Natalie Cole debut single!

I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You- was recorded in 1961 by the King himself, Elvis Presley, for the movie Blue Hawaii. It has been rerecorded by many artists like The Lennon Sisters, Perry Como, Doris Day, the Lettermen, Andy Williams, Patti Page, the Moonlighters, Dick Smothers, Brenda Lee, Bobby Curtola, Al Martino, Marty Robbins, Bob Dylan, Cory Hart, the Jordanaires (by themselves), Hall & Oates, Eddy Arnold, Bono, UB40, Stray Cats, Kenny Rodgers, Neil Diamond, Pearl Jam, Michael Buble, Anne Murray, Rick Astley, Barry Manilow, Harry Connick Jr., Chris Isaak and many more.

That’s Amore- Recorded and released in 1953 by Dean Martin. It was written for the movie The Caddy and was nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song that same year.

A Thousand Years- written and recorded in 2011 by Christina Perri for the Twilight Saga: Breaking Dawn Part 1.