Wedding anniversary songs are are great way to celebrate love at wedding receptions. We recommend starting by inviting all married wedding couples to the dance floor. Ask who the newest couple on the dance floor is by narrowing down by newest date. Then, remove couples 5 years at a time until you find the longest married couple in the room. Last, invite the bride and groom, newest married couple and the longest married couple to a special anniversary song dance.
10. This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) – Natalie Cole
Originally released in 1975.
A great R&B love song celebrating an eternal love for one another.
9. Still The One – Orleans
Originally released in 1976.
A classic rock love song proving how much you still mean to one another after all these years together.
8. Just The Two Of Us – Grover Washington Jr. with Bill Withers
Originally released in 1980.
A great jazz tune with Bill Withers singing “We can make it if we try.”
7. You Decorated My Life – Kenny Rogers
A classic country song released in 1979.
This song is a great love song story.
6. Anniversary – Tony Toni Tone
Our first true “anniversary” song on the list released in 1993.
This R&B song will be a mainstay on many couple’s lists celebrating an anniversary.
5. When I’m Sixty-Four – The Beatles
A classic love song by the Beatles released in 1967.
A love story about a man growing old with his lover.
4. 100 Years – Five For Fighting
This rock song was originally released in 2003.
A song about growing up until you are 100 years old and in the end “And I’m just dreaming counting the ways to where you are.”
3. You’re Still The One – Shania Twain
Our highest raking country song was released in 1997.
Another song stating how much you still mean to each other after all these years together.
2. Anniversary Waltz – Eddy Howard
For generations that have been around for many years, they will appreciate this classic song from 1950. Be sure you know how to waltz before playing this one though.
1. Happy Anniversary – Kelly Morrison
How can a song so new end up at the top of the list? This is a song sung by Kelly who has one of those raspy, memorable voices. This song is one of the feel good songs that just makes everyone want to dance!
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.