Top 100 Country Wedding Songs
If you are wondering how to combine your wedding celebration with your passion for country music, I got the answer. You should choose for the wedding reception your favorite western songs, along with some of the most famous country love songs. Now let me tell you more about this music genre, by presenting you a top 100 country wedding songs.
The “Need You Now” song by Lady Antebellum it’s a Grammy Award winner. This song was released in 2010 on the album with the same name. The “Can’t Help Falling in Love With You” song it’s performed by “the king”, Elvis Presley and it’s a romantic song, performed at many weddings. This song will certainly please all your guests because you can never go wrong with an old time song. “I Just Wanted You To Know” by Mark Chesnutt it’s a good choice for the moment when you say your vows. “I’m Leaving on a Jet Plane” by John Denver it’s a nice song to play for the last dance. The “Always On My Mind” song by Willie Nelson is a ballad you should dance on with your beloved one.
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If you want to enjoy a love declaration while dancing, you should choose the “You Are My Sunshine” song by Jimmie Davis. This artist surly knows how to impress a woman. For the last dance, you can also choose a suggestive song like “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones. The “Love Me All Over Again” song by Don Williams it’s fit not only for a wedding reception, but also for a wedding anniversary.
Is there a person who is not familiar with the incredible voice of Shania Twain? You should definitely play at least one of her songs at your party. I recommend you the “You’re Still The One” song. “Something Like That” it’s a song performed by Tim McGraw and you should know that it’s proper for the bouquet toss moment. Now, what else does a bride toss at her wedding? Oh, I know! The garter! For that moment, you should choose to play a song like “No Place That Far” by Sara Evans or “Shut Up And Kiss Me” by Marry Chapin Carpenter. Talking about Carpenters, they also have a song called “A Song For You” which you can play for the mother-to-son dance.
Stevie Wonder it’s another artist who you should consider playing on your country wedding event. He has a beautiful repertory, but I recommend you the “All In Love Is Fair” song. You will love that song! I could go on forever with this top 100 country wedding songs because there are so many amazing songs that I personally would like to play at my wedding, that I’m afraid my reception would last at least 5 days.