The best wedding songs of 2007 feature the vocals of artists like Tim McGraw, Alicia Keys, and Carrie Underwood. Each of the songs on this list represents some of the best wedding choices of the decade, and these ballads are rich in their expression of wedding day emotions.
Wedding Songs of 2007
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No One – Alicia Keys
September 2007, As I Am
Alicia Keys lends her powerful vocals to this sentimental love song that you can share as a special dedication to your partner on your wedding day. It works well for that first dance, but couples have also used it in the formal parts of their wedding ceremony.
You and me together
Through the days and nights
I don’t worry ’cause
Everything’s gonna be alright
Wait for You – Elliott Yamin
March 2007, Elliott Yamin
Elliott Yamin had one of the most powerful R&B voices of the decade, and he puts it on full display in this song about everlasting devotion. All couples should have some wedding song choices that stress commitment, and this one can be used for dancing or as an alternative wedding recessional.
So baby I will wait for you
Cause I don’t know what else I can do
Don’t tell me I ran out of time
If it takes the rest of my life
2 Hearts – Kylie Minogue
November 2007, X
Every wedding reception needs a few uptempo tunes that inspire everyone to dance, and “2 Hearts” from Kylie Minogue blends romantic lyrics with an uplifting melody. This is a song that will transport you and your new spouse to a place where only your love for one another matters.
2 hearts are beating together
I’m in love, I’m in love
Keep Holding On – Avril Lavigne
April 2007, The Best Damn Thing
All wedding couples must cling to a faith that their relationship will last throughout the years, and that is what this song from Canadian songstress Avril Lavigne signifies. The best way to use it for your wedding will be as a first dance, but you may also wish to play it during the send-off.
Keep holding on
‘Cause you know we’ll make it through
We’ll make it through
Just stay strong
First Time – Lifehouse
May 2007, Who We Are
Lifehouse took this single from their fourth studio album to the top of the charts in 2007, and it is often chosen by young newlyweds to provide a soundtrack for important parts of the wedding ceremony. Have your wedding reception DJ add it to the playlist, or use it to accompany your first introduction as man and wife.
Maybe I’m wrong, I’m feeling right
Wherever I belong with you tonight
Like being in love to feel for the first time
I Needed to Fall – REO Speedwagon
April 2007, Find Your Own Way Home
80s band REO Speedwagon proved that they still had what it takes to create amazing love songs with this 2007 hit from the album Find Your Own Way Home. The song speaks of how a man’s life was instantly transformed by meeting his partner, and couples should consider making it a part of the wedding processional.
I needed to fall and come back stronger
I needed to crawl to find my way
And I pray we can look back on it all
Knowing that I needed to fall in love with you
Taking Chances – Celine Dion
November 2007, Taking Chances
Attend any modern wedding ceremony today and you will likely hear the angelic voice of Celine Dion, perhaps on this love ballad from 2007. Dion’s songs are lyrically powerful, and this one celebrates stepping out in faith and trust as you embark upon married life with your partner.
There’s nothing like love to pull you up
When you’re laying down on the floor there
So talk to me, talk to me
Like lovers do
Fall – Kimberley Locke
May 2007, Based on a True Story
Kimberley Locke could be one of the most underrated vocalists of the 2000s, and songs like this one display her considerable talents. There is also a country version of the song by Clay Walker that was released in 2007, and either will provide a sentimental element to the wedding day festivities.
So fall, go on and fall apart
Fall into these arms of mine
I’ll catch you every time you
Take Me There – Rascal Flatts
July 2007, Still Feels Good
“Take Me There” is a Rascal Flatts hit that fans of country music often choose for their wedding, particularly as a dance tune. It is a song that expresses how your chosen partner is able to elevate you like no other to a special place of existence.
But nothing shakes me like your love does
I’ve been hypnotized
Now I realize
Never Wanted Nothing More – Kenny Chesney
June 2007, Just Who I Am: Poets & Pirates
Kenny Chesney scored a hit with this song written by a young Chris Stapleton, and it conveys the importance of the decision to join your life to another. A wonderful way to use this song at your wedding is as an interlude while you are cutting the wedding cake.
Well, I’m what I am and I’m what I’m not
And I’m sure happy with what I’ve got
I live to love and laugh a lot
And that’s all I need
Livin’ Our Love Song – John Michael Carroll
February 2007, Waitin’ in the Country
It would be accurate to say that most couples enter marriage with hopes of a fairytale romance that will last for years, and that’s exactly what John Michael Carroll sings about in this ballad. There are few songs more suited for a first wedding dance with your partner.
Living our dreams has shattered all doubts
It feels good to prove ’em wrong
Living our love song
Proud of the House We Built – Brooks & Dunn
June 2007. Cowboy Town
Marriage is about building a wonderful life together, one that is made up of two people committed to conquering any obstacle that might appear. When you choose this song from Brooks & Dunn for your wedding reception you’ll create a musical memory to savor as each anniversary brings another year of fulfillment.
Lot of things will come and go
But love never will
Oh, I’m proud,
I’m proud of the house we built
I Need You – Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
April 2007, Let It Go
There aren’t many love stories in music as powerful as the one created by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill, forever partners who combined their talents on this duet. You might be surprised to know that some young couples choose to play this song as the wedding party is taking their place at the altar, but it can also be used for dancing.
I need you like a lighthouse on the coast
Like the father and the son need the holy ghost
I need you
I’ll Stand by You – Carrie Underwood
April 2007, Idol Gives Back
Former American Idol winner Carrie Underwood became the latest artist to cover this Pretenders hit, and her 2007 version can be used for alternative wedding processionals and dancing. The sweet devotion and sense of promise in the lyrics suit the emotions of your wedding day like few other love songs.
I’ll stand by you
I won’t let nobody hurt you
I’ll stand by you
Lost in This Moment – Big & Rich
February 2007, Between Raising Hell and Amazing Grace
Couples that are fans of modern country music will want to add this song from Big & Rich to their wedding day selections. It has powerful lyrics that sum up the importance of the day, and the song makes a good choice for an interlude to accompany the cutting of the wedding cake or lighting of the unity candle.
Waited my whole life for this
Watching all my dreams come true
Lost in this moment with you
Ready, Set, Don’t Go – Billy Ray Cyrus and daughter Miley Cyrus
October 2007, Home at Last
Billy Ray Cyrus and daughter Miley Cyrus combined to produce this poignant song that reflects a father’s hesitance to let his little girl go, and there is no better song for a father/daughter dance at a wedding. Know that this is an emotional song that will make the tears flow on your special day.
She’s waitin’ on my blessings
Before she hits that open road
But baby get ready, get set, don’t go
(You Want To) Make a Memory – Bon Jovi
March 2007, Lost Highway
Jon Bon Jovi gave country music a spin with this song and others in 2007, and it has become a staple of modern wedding ceremonies. Younger couples appreciate the modern vibe of the song, and many of them choose it as the soundtrack for their first dance as man and wife.
If you don’t say what’s on your mind
Baby just breathe
There’s nowhere else tonight we should be
You wanna make a memory
A Moment Like This – Leona Lewis
December 2006 carryover, X-Factor Performance
There are few moments in life that can match the splendor of a wedding day, and that is exactly what Leona Lewis croons about in this 2007 pop hit. It is a song that should be saved for the wedding reception, but some couples have also used it for their recessional after the vows have been said.
There you have it. Our list of some of the best wedding songs from 2007. If you have a favorite, please comment below. Also, check out our list of the best 2000s wedding songs.
Celebrating weddings in 2007. Where were you and what was happening?
If you were one of the wedding songs of 2007…
Congratulations on your wedding of 2007. You share your anniversary with the following events.
Celebrity Weddings of 2007
- Sharon Case wed Sandy Corzine
- Gerard Way married Lyn-z Ballato
- Jack Hartnett wed Blanca Soto
- Nancy Grace married David Linch
- Lark Voorhies wed Andy Prince
News Highlights of 2007
- Apple’s iPhone is available for purchase on June 29.
- Anna Nicole Smith overdoses at age 39.
- Mortgage crises, housing bubble bursts.
- Chinese-made toy recall due to lead contents.
- Virginia Tech shooting tragedy.
- Barry Bonds becomes the homerun king and is indicted on steroid use.
2007 Sports Champions:
- Boston Red Sox sweep the Colorado Rockies 4-0 in the World Series.
- Indianapolis Colts beat the Chicago Bears 29-17 to win Super Bowl XLI.
- San Antonio Spurs won their fourth NBA Championship by sweeping the Cleveland Cavaliers.
- The Anaheim Ducks win the Stanley Cup, defeating the Ottawa Senators.
Music Highlights of 2007
- Grammy’s Song of 2007: Not Ready To Make Nice – Chicks
- Rihanna Featuring Jay-Z – Umbrella
- Gwen Stefani Featuring Akon – The Sweet Escape
- Beyonce – Irreplaceable
- Carrie Underwood – Before He Cheats
- Plain White T’s – Hey There Delilah
- Fergie featuring Ludacris – Glamorous
- Timbaland Featuring Keri Hilson – The Way I Are
- Daughtry – It’s Not Over
- Soulja Boy Tell’em – Crank That (Soulja Boy)
- The Fray – How to Save a Life
- Kanye West – Stronger
- Kelly Clarkson – Never Again
- Leona Lewis – Bleeding Love
- James Blunt – You’re Beautiful
Entertainment Highlights of 2007
- Best Picture: The Departed – Graham King
- Best Actor: Forest Whitaker – The Last King of Scotland
- Best Actress: Helen Mirren – The Queen
Top Television Shows:
- The Sopranos, CSI, 30 Rock, Life, American Idol, Grey’s Anatomy, House, CSI: Miami, Heroes.
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