new wedding songs March 2019

My Wedding Songs featuring new wedding songs released from March 2019. We try to bring you hand-selected wedding songs to add you your wedding playlist that is extremely fresh. You can see a full list of our newly released wedding songs from the past three months or so. You can also see a list of our Top 50 Hot Wedding Songs Trending Now.

new wedding songs March 2019

New Wedding Songs March 2019

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Nobody
Dylan Scott
(March 1, 2019)
A great country love song story you could play as a recessional, last dance or even a first dance.

Look What God Gave Her
Thomas Rhett
(March 1, 2019)
An upbeat Country song for the Country crowd for dancing, first dance or recessional song.

Sucker
Jonas Brothers
(March 1, 2019)
Their back with this dance hit and will fill dance your dance floor.

All The Time
The Amours
(March 1, 2019)
PJ Morton’s background singers hit it big time with this instant R&B love song perfect for weddings.

Nobody
Martin Jensen & James Arthur
James is known for his love song ‘Say You Won’t Let Go’. However, this is a mid-tempo love song perfect for background music or dance remix.
(March 1, 2019)

Boys In The Band (Boy Band Anthem)
New Kids On The Block
(March 1, 2019)
NKOTB continues to top the charts with this dance hit.

I’m Single
Jake Paul
(March 1, 2019)
Looking for a current garter toss song for all the single men in attendance? Winner! This is your song.

Two of Us
Louis Tomlinson
(March 8, 2019)
A song was written about his Mother that is no longer on Earth but lives through Louis’ song. A perfect memorial tribute.

If You Don’t Love Me
Ida Mae
(March 8, 2019)
An oddball song not on every wedding playlist and perfect for couples looking for a love song.

Here With Me
Marshmello feat. CHVRCHES
(March 8, 2019)
Marshmello continues with dance floor success with this Pop Dance hit.

That’s What Love Can Do
Robin Thicke
(March 8, 2019)
Thicke returns after a long break with a perfect R&B love song.

All Because of You
O.A.R.
(March 8, 2019)
O.A.R. returns to wedding success with another perfect love song for Rock fans.

To Hell & Back
Maren Morris
(March 8, 2019)
I doubt this song will become mainstream Pop or Country song. So, it will make a perfect original wedding song to include on your wedding reception playlist.

Waltz in the Dark
Matt Nakoa
March 8, 2019)
A modern waltz song perfect for any reception for those who can perform the ballroom dance. You can even choreograph a waltz as your first dance song.

Forever From Now
Sheffield
(March 8, 2019)
Sheffield reminds me of Passenger. Love this song for any aspect of a wedding including recessional, first dance and last dance.

My Miracle
Brad Paisley
(March 11, 2019)
A song was written about his miracle girl. Up to you where to include this mid-tempo song at your wedding.

I Chose You
Caleb Edens
(March 20, 2019)
Looking for a unique Folk first dance song? This is it! It could also be a perfect processional song too.

Brothers
LOCASH
(March 22, 2019)
Brothers can be played for the garter toss or a special dedication between the groom and his brother.

GOOD LORD
Abby Anderson
(March 22, 2019)
A mid-tempo Country love song to accent a cake cutting or cocktail hour background song.

Cristina
Sebastián Yatra
(March 22, 2019)
A Latin love song with perfect Pop music mid-tempo beat to play during the reception.

Sent From Heaven
Rahsaan Patterson
(March 22, 2019)
A modern R&B throwback with a soulful groove love song perfect for any wedding moment.

Love In The Sky
McClenney ft. April + VISTA
(March 28, 2019)
The most soulful song on the list with the perfect meaning – love in the sky. It can be played for recessional, recessional and most events of a wedding reception.

Thinkin Bout You
Ciara
(March 29, 2019)
A mid to uptempo song with the right remix can be a perfect dance song.

All I Wanna Do
Svrcina
(March 29, 2019)
All I wanna do is love you – the perfect meaning for a wedding!


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