Your wedding day is bound to be really amazing, from every point of view. The rollercoaster of emotions, the uniqueness of the event, the life-changing effect it will have on you – everything about your wedding will be stunning.
Of course, you want your wedding ceremony to be just as amazing as the rest of the wedding too – and you want this from the very beginning of the ceremony to its very end.
What are some of the best and most beautiful wedding recessional songs you could include in your wedding playlist? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
Beyoncé – XO. Queen Bey sure knows her way with songs about love. They aren’t your slow romantic tunes, but songs filled with power and courage – just like love itself, in its most tumultuous ways. Amazing song for your wedding recessional if you want to make a romantic, high-energy exit!
Queen – Crazy Little Thing Called Love. There’s just nothing quite as fabulous, quite as grandiose, quite as memorable as Queen – which is precisely why they are a truly great choice for your wedding recessional. This sweet, yet powerful song will set everyone in the mood for the cocktail hour and reception afterward!
Ingrid Michaelson – You and I. This sweet indie song is full of uniqueness and playfulness – just what a quirky couple would choose for their wedding recessional (or any other romantic moment at the wedding). Just listen to its lyrics and you will definitely fall in love with it!
Dido – Thank You. A true classic of the 2000s, this song will steal your heart when you (re)listen to it. It’s perfect for a couple who wants to be timeless and modern, romantic, and powerful, all at the same time!
Michael Buble – Everything. Lovely, romantic, soothing – this song’s got it all, and that’s what makes it perfect for a truly amazing wedding recessional! If you want to be classy and sweet as you make your exit from the wedding ceremony, this song is IT, it’s exactly what you’re looking for!
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