Quite a debate can be had while deciphering what the best wedding song ever might be. Many songs are played over and over and over. However, today’s bride really wants a different experience than every other bride. What gives? If you want to be different, do not select a song below as these are the most popular songs ever to be played at weddings.
We reviewed songs through the years that have staying power today and also have lasted the test of time. We also looked at songs that were recently released that will be played for years to come. In addition, our goal was to select an array of music genres and eras.
Top 10 Best Wedding Song Ever
At Last – Etta James
Released in 1960, Soul Music
Marry Me – Train
Released in 2010, Folk Rock Music
Bless The Broken Road – Rascal Flatts
Released in 1994, Country Music
All Of Me – John Legend
Released in 2013, R&B Music
Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley
Released in 1961, Pop Rock Music
I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing – Aerosmith
Released in 1998, Rock Music
What A Wonderful World – Louis Armstrong
Released in 1967, Pop Jazz Music
Unchained Melody – Righteous Brothers
Released in 1965, Soul Music
Marry You – Bruno Mars
Released in 2011, Pop R&B Music
The Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra
Released in 1964, Pop Jazz Music
What type of song makes for the best wedding song ever? It must be the epitome of love. The song must express love for another as that is what a wedding is all about. Getting married was a popular theme recently with Marry Me by Train, Marry You by Bruno Mars and also not on the list Marry Me by Jason Derulo.
Movies also played a big role in the list of best wedding song ever. Movies feature mega hits like Armageddon with I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing, and Ghost with Unchained Melody.
Matt loves listening to any music style he can understand the words. He lives in the wedding capital of the world, Las Vegas, with his wife Sharon. Matt's other likes include craft beer, baseball, and traveling.