New Wedding Songs June 2021

June is the month for Father’s Day and we typically see an influx of Father-themed songs.  21021 is the same with a beautiful new song by Jax. Plus, weddings are starting to open up to full capacity, and mask requirements loosening in the USA. Many couples who chose to postpone their weddings to 2021 have also started to happen in full force. Some sort of normalcy is coming to fruition in the wedding industry. Congratulations to all of the newlyweds and those just engaged.  The time is now!

New Wedding Songs June 2021

Love Music
Lil Yachty
June 29, 2021
Hip Hop love songs are few and far between but this gem mentions love and getting married!

Lease On Life
Andy Grammer
June 28, 2021
Grammer never disappoints with this happy-go-lucky love song.

Songs For You
Brian Kelley
June 25, 2021
As one of the Florida Georgia Line members going solo, Kelley hits a gold mine with this love song you don;t have to save for beach weddings only.

MAX, Ali Gatie
June 25, 2021
A great pop background song to play during cocktail hour or dinner. It could even be used as a romantic first dance song.

dancing in the kitchen
June 25, 2021
An alternative rock song you can play as guests are entering the reception venue. Who wouldn’t want the kind of love you are dancing in the kitchen?

Making A Fire (Mark Ronson Re-Version)
Foo Fighters
June 25, 2021
Rock wedding songs are not very common but just for the rockers, this song would be perfect from an iconic band.

Love Is Real
Morgan Evans
June 24, 2021
A mid-tempo country song you can play as a two-step or as a background song.

June 18, 2021
A beautiful song with the perfect meaning for a wedding. It has the right vibes for a happy wedding song you could play as a cake-cutting song.

June 18, 2021
A soulful R&B song that has a ton of emotion you could play as your processional song or first dance song.

Josh Beeman
June 17, 2021
An indie wedding song that would be a perfect first dance song not played at every wedding!

Sami Thompson
June 11, 2021
A cover for the original song by The Cranberries. A great rendition of the song that will be top on the pop charts to a new generation.

John K
June 11, 2021
A mid-tempo pop song to play as a background song or a romantic first dance song.

Imagine (Acoustic)
Ben Platt
June 11, 2021
One of our favorite songs released in June 2021 and would be a beautiful last dance song with the room cleared as guests prepared for your exit outside.

Rescue Me
Chris Young
June 11, 2021
A country song for grooms that needed their new brides to rescue them from themselves.

Calum Scott
June 10, 2021
If pop music is your thing, Scott hits the right notes in this slow love song.

Can’t Help Falling In Love
Music Travel Love
June 9, 2021
One of the greatest wedding songs covered by an acoustic duo made just for weddings!

Fancy Like
Walker Hayes
June 4, 2021
A fun country party sing-along song that will have every tapping their feet.

Everything Baby
Raheem DeVaughn, Apollo Brown
June 4, 2021
A romantic R&B song to play as a first dance or during the ceremony to put love in the air.

Lost in Your Eyes
Debbie Gibson, Joey McIntyre
June 4, 2021
80s kids will be happy with this duo of Gibson and NKOTB member. It could be used as a first dance or accent any part of your wedding reception.

Like My Father
June 3, 2021
During a Jax interview, she mentioned playing this song as a first dance. however, I like it better as a father-daughter dance.

Wait A Minute My Girl
June 2, 2021
If hard rock is your thing, this could be an entrance song or a background song during the cocktail hour that won’t offend guests.

Nu Beginning
Devin Morrison
June 1, 2021
A nu beginning describes everyone’s wedding day. This soulful R&B song could be used throughout your wedding day.

If you have a new wedding song released in June 2021, not on our list, please share it below so that it can be added!

You can listen to all songs on our New Wedding Songs Spotify playlist.

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