Weddings can range from simple ceremonies to extravagant affairs, but a common theme that is present in many of them is music. Brides put a great deal of thought into choosing entrance songs that will adequately express how they truly feel about their groom. The following is a list of bride entrance songs that are sure to let their groom know how much he is loved and adored.
Bride Entrance Songs
Update June 5, 2020
Here is an updated list of our favorite bride entrance songs.
- At Last by Etta James
- Speechless by Dan + Shay
- For a Lifetime by Ryann Darling feat. Cory Ard
- Canon in D by Brooklyn Duo
- The One by Kodaline
- So in Love With You by Jonny Houlihan
- Yours by Ella Henderson
- I Get to Love You by Ruelle
- Over The Rainbow by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
- I Do by Colbie Caillat
Make You Feel My Love (Adele)
The message in this heartfelt ballad is that no matter how difficult life gets, the groom will always be able to find refuge in the love of his bride. It is full of feeling and sincerity that is sure to elicit a lot of emotion from everyone who hears it.
This song captures the happiness that comes with finally finding the person you are meant to be with. Although this song was recorded over 50 years ago, it remains a popular wedding song because the sentiment is timeless.
Crazy In Love (Beyoncé)
Some brides like to be unpredictable, and choosing an uptempo song instead of a ballad is certainly something that most people won’t expect. This song captures the euphoria and excitement that comes with your wedding day!
This song tells a romantic love story and reminds the groom that out of all the people in the world, the bride chose to spend her life with him.
By Your Side (Sade)
The message of this song is not only love but also loyalty. The bride is letting her husband-to-be know that she will be his comfort and support, no matter what happens.
Endless Love (Diana Ross & Lionel Richie)
‘Endless Love’ came in #1 on Billboard Magazine’s 2013 list of the Top 50 love songs of all time. It so fittingly captures the love that couples feel on their wedding day, and it also expresses the hope that love will endure throughout the years.
This is another upbeat song that is great for the fun, lighthearted bride who never imagined herself getting married. It’s a nice reminder to the groom that he is the one that changed her mind about love and commitment.
In a world with so many distractions, this beautiful ballad lets the groom know that in the eyes of his bride, nothing is more important than him.
Love Story (Taylor Swift)
This song tells the story of young love that has had to overcome trials and tribulations. It gives the bride the chance to make the declaration that they made it to the altar despite difficult times.
God Gave Me You (Blake Shelton)
A bride who believes that her groom is heaven-sent would gladly choose this song as a tribute to her husband on their wedding day.
Ribbon In the Sky (Stevie Wonder)
Musical poetry is a good way to describe this classic R&B ballad. It sparks feelings of intimacy and will make the groom feel like he and the bride are the only ones there, even in a room full of people.
For the bride who has finally found love, especially after thinking it would never come, this song is perfect. It lets the groom know how grateful the bride is to have found him, and how he’s made her life better.
Sometimes love catches us by surprise, and all of a sudden one person becomes your entire world. This song beautifully captures that feeling.
Timeless love that gives both people the confidence to conquer anything is the message that comes through in this song. No matter how long they have been together, it feels as if they have known each other for more than a lifetime.
This song is like a love letter set to music. The lyrics beautifully describe the feeling of not wanting to be away from your love, and how it feels when one person is the center of your world.
A couple who has been together since they were young will relate to this song. It not only speaks of love from a retrospective view, but it also speaks about all the hopes and aspirations that come with true love.
This is another classic that seems to momentarily make time stand still and allows the bride to make a declaration of love full of genuine sincerity.
This is a song about unconditional love. It describes loving through good and bad, and even loving flaws and imperfections. A sense of urgency comes through in the lyrics, making it clear that the person cannot live without their love.
Thinking Out Loud (Ed Sheeran)
Being certain that love will endure the test of time is the message that any bride who uses this song will be conveying to her groom.
I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing (Aerosmith)
This ballad talks about how being in love is loving every detail about your mate, and wanting to be there for every moment of their life.
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The lyrics in this song are simple, but Minnie Riperton’s ethereal voice makes the sentiment is very strong. Any groom would be honored to have a bride who feels that he is so easy to love, and wants to spend every day of her life with him.
All of these songs are beautiful and have the ability to bring about a flood of emotions and positive feelings, not only for the bride and groom but also for those there to witness the union. No matter which songs you choose, they will always have a great deal of sentimental value, and they will immediately transport you back to the day that you officially became one with your beloved.
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