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Looking for that heartwarming song to play on your wedding day? Something that will melt every heart and make you remember how you and your partner met, have won the tough times, grow together, and made your love much stronger than ever? Look no further, I got you covered. See that list below? It’s everything you need.

Music is a crucial part in every wedding as it sets the mood of the day. It is like when you send flowers to your beloved and you accompany it with a certain song to let her/him know what you feel and how you want her/him to feel. Music has the ability to awaken buried emotions and arouse suppressed feelings. Below are 33 songs from various era that never dies in time and will certainly leave a lovely mark both to the couple getting married and the guests attending the wedding ceremony. They are so beautiful and timeless you would want to listen to them over and over again. (Click on the buttons to play video.)

Ellie Goulding: “How Long Will I Love You”
Christina Perri: “A Thousand Years”
John Legend: “All of Me”
Katy Perry: “Unconditionally”
Newsong ft. Natalie Grant: “When God Made You”
Selah: “God Bless The Broken Road”
Steven Curtis Chapman: “I Will Be Here”
Warren Barfield: “Love is Not A Fight”
Darlene Zschech ft. Ron Kenoly: “You Are The Love Of My Life”
Matthew West: “When I Say I Do”
Brandon Heath: “Love Never Fails”
Boyz II Men: “I’ll Make Love To You”
Matthew West: “The Day Before You”
John Waller: “The Marriage Prayer”
Ingrid Michaelson: “Can’t Help Falling In Love”
Peter, Paul and Mary: “Wedding Song”
Lily Allen: “Somewhere Only We Know”
Peter Gabriel: “Book of Love”
Train: “Marry Me”
Coldplay: “Reign of Love”
Mark Knopfler: “Storybook Love”
Ben folds: “The Luckiest”
Chris Ledoux: “Look At You Girl”
Darius Rucker: “History In The Making”
Michael Buble: “Close Your Eyes”
Sleeping At Last: “Turning Page”
Jonathan and Emily Martin: “Two Becoming One”
Twila Paris: “How Beautiful”
Bryan White: “God Gave Me You”
TCarter: “This Ring”
Jim Brickman: “The Gift”
Sidewalk Prophets: “You Love Me Anyway”
Mandy Moore & Zachary Levi: “I See The Light”

Plus six more beautiful instrumentals for the processional:

Penguin Cafe Orchestra: “Perpetuum Mobile”
Pachelbel: “Canon in D”
Hagood Hardy: “Together”
Hans Zimmer: “Gumption”
Alan Silvestri: “Forrest Gump Theme”
Christophe Beck: “Paperman”
The Vitamin String Quartet: “Dare You To Move”

For easy and continuous listening, here’s a playlist:

 

 

Have a special favourite song to add to the list? Please don’t hesitate to put it in the comment section below.