Which wedding song will you recall playing? Follow to read my top 5 picks:
Lyrics of love: And if our daughter’s what our future holds/I hope she has your eyes/Finds love like you and I did/Yeah, I wish she falls in love and let her go/ I’ll walk her down the aisle/She’ll look so beautiful in white
1. Beautiful In White by Westlife
From first met to firm choice, my past, present, and future are all about you. The lyrics above clearly show the life that people always longed for in the heart. I got you by the witness of our families and friends. We will have a lovely daughter and see that she gets perfect love as we did once again. It is the top choice of my playlist.
Lyrics of love: Give your all to me/I’ll give you all to you/You’re my end and my beginning/Even when I lose, I’m winnin
2. All Of Me by John Legend
It is an affectionate confession of love and marriage. Accompanied by the soothing piano, the lyrics tell a touching love story and evoke long-lasting love. I see a supportive couple in the story, and it got me feeling like they are everything to each other in ordinary life. I would like to give you all of me, I’m so in love with you. Hope you can get the sincerest heart from special him.
Lyrics of love: I'd climb every mountain/And swim every ocean/Just to be with you
3. You Are The Reason by Calum Scott
It is a song that brings you a sense of reality. And the unique charm of his voice allows you to explore the deepest and softest part of your partner. There is another duet version for the song, and it depicts the most beautiful love euphemistically and profoundly. Walk down the aisle to embrace and kiss your reason!
Lyrics of love: How long will I love you/As long as stars are above you/And longer if I may
4. How Long I Will Love You by Ellie Goulding
I’m intoxicated in this soundtrack from About Time. At the wedding where the heavy rain was falling, you nervously asked me if I wanted a perfect wedding. No, no, everything is alright, only this time in my life. I will always love you no matter how long days by.
Choose it for: While its humble beginnings and sluggishly slow ascent might suggest it was never meant to be nuptial in nature, its DNA tells a somewhat different story.
The last wedding song is my favorite. What do you think? Here it is.
5. Canon In D by Johann Pachelbel, Edward Brewer, and the Orpheus Chamber Orchestra
Reminiscent of all unforgettable memory in our lives, this melody unveils a cycle of life. It is sure to make everyone in the room pause and draw their attention to the beautiful bride as she walks down the aisle to the ultimate place of happiness.