Writing your wedding vows is bound to be one of the single most important tasks of your wedding planning process. After all, the wedding ceremony (and, implicitly, the vows), are the reason you are planning the wedding in the first place – and given what a huge significance the vows have, it is perfectly natural that you want to do everything in your power to make sure they are perfect.
Music can be a great source of inspiration for your wedding vows. Regardless of whether you want to borrow lyrics from your favorite songs or simply listen to music that sets the mood for wedding vow writing, you can rest assured that listening to some good songs will help you write wedding vows that are absolutely amazing.
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What are some of the best songs to inspire you when writing your wedding vows? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
Inspiring Songs for Wedding Vows
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Adele – One and Only
Undoubtedly, Adele’s voice is one nobody can ever forget. Although her songs are usually sad (and probably inadequate when you want to write about getting married, not breaking up), this one is just perfect. There’s so much love and passion in it that it’s impossible not to be inspired to write the most amazing wedding vows ever!
I dare you to let me be your, your one and only
I promise I’m worthy
To hold in your arms
Beyoncé – Halo
2008, I Am… Sasha Fierce
We couldn’t have missed Queen Bey from this list. While a lot of her songs are very romantic and sweet, this one has that almost ethereal vibe that sets the right mood for love declarations – which is precisely what you need when you are writing your wedding vows.
Hit me like a ray of sun
Burnin’ through my darkest night
You’re the only one that I want
The Beatles – When I’m 64
1967, Yellow Submarine
Your wedding vows are for life – and this sweet, candid, and romantic song by The Beatles will underline that very beautifully. Hit play on this song if you want to create a romantic and daydreaming atmosphere – the kind that will help you picture you and your future spouse growing old together.
Give me your answer, fill in a form
Mine for evermore
Will you still need me, will you still feed me
When I’m sixty-four
Etta James – At Last
1960, At Last!
It’s hard to not love Etta. Her voice and her attitude, her songs’ amazing lyrics – they are just perfect for relaxation, romanticism, and elegance. Play this song when writing your wedding vows and you are bound to be gorgeously inspired!
My love has come along
My lonely days are over
And life is like a song
Do you have an inspiring song to help you write your wedding vows? Please share the song below!