Mission Statement: To be a valuable website that presents current, popular, and unique song suggestions to couples planning their weddings and events. To help wedding planners, DJs, and wedding pros find new music and be music educated. We strive to build a sharing community while giving back to the community.
Since 2017 My Wedding Songs has become a recognized leader as a source for Wedding Song Ideas. MWS is owned and operated by husband and wife team Matt & Sharon Campbell. We live in the wedding capital of the world, Las Vegas.
Our unique ability to find, share and be a resource of wedding song suggestions has gained us recognition by curating 600 playlists and rewarded by helping 4 million couples a year.
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Matt’s career in the wedding and music industries began in 1993 as a wedding DJ and owner of DJ Express in Montana. He continued his love of music and weddings in 2003 by creating a broadline wedding planning website WeddingMuseum.com. However, Matt realized that the music playlists on the site were the most popular section.
In January 2017 WeddingMuseum.com rebranded to MyWeddingSongs.com to strictly focus on music suggestions. Now with more than 600 curated playlists, MWS has found its niche in the music and wedding industries.
He strives to curate the song lists with new songs being released each week with a focus on wedding song lists including the wedding ceremony and reception songs, newly released, hot 50, and top 100 all-time.
Matthew Campbell’s Career Highlights
- Graduated from the University of Montana with a B.S. in Business Administration.
- Former wedding and event DJ company owner.
- Founded WeddingMuseum.com as a wedding planning website in 2003.
- Rebranded WeddingMuseum.com to MyWeddingSongs.com in January 2017.
- Book author: Wedding Songs Playlist: The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your Wedding Music.
- Hosts the Wedding Songs Podcast.
- Offering blogging and wedding song ideas on our YouTube channel.
- Publishes the MusicLetter newsletter.
- Las Vegas Bloggers Meetup organizer since January 2020.
- Rolling Stone Culture Council member since 2021.
- Former Communications Director of the Las Vegas Wedding Chamber of Commerce.
- Gold Winner of the 2022 TITAN Business Awards for Entrepreneur – Website (My Wedding Songs).
- Launched the TopWeddingSongs.com website in 2021.
- Presented at Las Vegas WordCamps, Wedding MBA, and Marquee Show about SEO, solopreneurship, and music ideas.
- Published in Rolling Stone, DJ Times, and DJ Life Magazine offering wedding song suggestions and entrepreneur tips.
In order to give back to the wedding industry and share his SEO knowledge, Matt is the SEO Strategist for Brian Lawrence. He does not work directly with clients but rather supervises SEO projects with Brian.
Giving back to our local community is our biggest accomplishment. Meeting wedding professionals and hearing your stories at conferences such as the Wedding MBA, Midwest DJs Live, Marquee Show, DJX, and Mobile Entertainment Expo reminds us why we do what we do. Thank you for following our journey!
My Wedding Songs Highlights
- Gives a percentage of profit to charity.
- Helps more than 4 million people annually discover wedding and party songs.
- Las Vegas Wedding Chamber of Commerce member since 2015.
- Featured in Style Me Pretty, The Budget Savvy Bride, Ruffled, Offbeat Bride, and many other wedding industry publications. Matt has been quoted in Forbes, The Knot, and Wedding Chicks.
- October 2021, My Wedding Songs was featured in a Category Pirates category design newsletter and their book The Category Design Toolkit!
- Matt was interviewed on the Wedding Business Solutions podcast, Wedding Planning Podcast, and The Builders podcast.
- Matt was interviewed by the Rolling Stone Culture Council.
- Connect with Matt on Twitter and LinkedIn.
At My Wedding Songs, we believe in giving back to try and make the world a better place.
In 2022, we will donate $0.25 for every 1,000 visitors to Junior Achievement of Southern Nevada. Junior Achievement gives students the tools they need to succeed through financial literacy, work readiness, and entrepreneurship programs.
In 2021, we donated $1,000 to Girls Who Code. Its mission is to close the gender gap in new entry-level tech jobs.
In the past, we donated a portion of our profits to non-profit organizations such as Wounded Warrior Project, Feeding America, Three Square, and the American Cancer Society.