Top 10 Wedding Songs for your Ceremony
Walking down the aisle during the ceremony will be one of the most memorable experiences of your wedding day—and perhaps even your life. The right music can make the moment even more special, and these songs to walk down the aisle to won't disappoint.
1. "What a Wonderful World," by Louis Armstrong
Lyrics you'll love: "I see trees of green/Red roses too/I see them bloom/For me and you/And I think to myself/What a wonderful world"
2. "At Last," by Etta James
Lyrics you'll love: "You smiled, you smiled/Oh and then the spell was cast/And here we are in heaven/For you are mine.../At Last"
3. "Somewhere Over the Rainbow," by Israel Kamakawiwo'Ole
Lyrics you'll love: "Somewhere over the rainbow, way up high/And the dreams that you dream of, once in a lullaby/Somewhere over the rainbow, blue birds fly/And the dreams that you dream of, dreams really do come true"
4. "Can't Help Falling in Love," by Elvis Presley
Lyrics you'll love: "Take my hand/Take my whole life too/For I can"t help falling in love with you"
5. "Unchained Melody," by The Righteous Brothers
Lyrics you'll love: "Lonely rivers flow/To the sea, to the sea/To the open arms of the sea, yeah/Lonely rivers sigh/"Wait for me, wait for me/I'll be coming home, wait for me"
6. "Turning Page," by Sleeping at Last
Lyrics you'll love: "I've waited a hundred years/But I'd wait a million more for you/Nothing prepared me for/What the privilege of being yours would do"
7. "You Are the Best Thing," by Ray LaMontagne
Lyrics you'll love: "We've come a long way, baby/You know, I hope and I pray that you believe me/When I say this love will never fade away"
8. "A Thousand Years," by Christina Perri
Lyrics you'll love: "And all along I believed I would find you/Time has brought your heart to me/I have loved you for a thousand years/I'll love you for a thousand more"
9. "Hallelujah," by Pentatonix
Lyrics you'll love: "Well baby, I've been here before/I've seen this room and I've walked this floor/I used to live alone before I knew ya/And I've seen your flag on the marble arch/And love is not a victory march/It's a cold and it's a broken Hallelujah"