Music is everything! It makes everlasting impressions on those all-important events in your life. Songs relate to specific people, places and memories and it’s an amazing feeling to bring back those special moments. Especially through your wedding music!
However, picking a wedding song is always a tricky task. It’s difficult to select one track to represent years of a relationship. But when you find that magical melody, it’ll transport you back to the very moment you said “I do”. No one ever forgets the song they walked down the aisle to. Seeing your significant other staring back at you, tears creeping into mother and father’s eyes; it’s a moment that lingers in your mind forever. Don’t forget the recessional song too!
All the wedding songs have been categorised into: Classics, Alternative, Modern, Up-beat, Films, Old School and Swing/Jazz.
So, whether you’re here to pick that perfect song, or to reminisce about your wedding day, sit back and enjoy the 101 ultimate love songs for your wedding day!
The traditional wedding song, for a classy and elegant entrance. A handful of beautiful, classic and simple melodies to walk you down the aisle.
Rose gold is set to stay bang on trend this year. What’s not to love about the iridescent pale pink metallic tone? It’s feminine, beautiful and so very unusual. I think the hue lends itself perfectly to a wedding, especially in the autumn for a really luxe and pretty affair.
Greg and Abigail were married on the 12th November 2016 at Hyde Barn in Gloucestershire, the space provided the perfect backdrop to make their mark. There were romantic drapes and fairy lights, foliage, leaves and coral floral arrangements and rose gold candle holders to name a few. The bouquet in particular really caught my eye, with its fluffy roses in the most delicious colour palette. It looked beautiful against Abigail’s sparkling gown by Lyn Ashworth, teamed with a dreamy veil.
Live music was a priority for the couple and they hired a string trio for the ceremony followed by a band for the afternoon and evening. Food was also important to them and I am sure that the scrumptious chocolate cake complete with glittery topper went down a storm.
It may be mid January, but I’m on a high. I love the start of the new year, with new plans and memories to be made, it’s the busiest time of year for the blog and arguably some of the best weddings of the year are on the web. We’re still knee deep in renovating our living room and not a huge amount of progress has been made this week. G has been beavering away painting and I will be sure to keep you in the loop on Instagram Stories. The hunt is still on for the perfect parquet flooring… and now we’re toying with the idea of Victorian style tiles in the hall…. hmm. It’s all fun anyway. I treated A to his first cinema trip in way too long on Saturday, we really enjoyed Star Wars and some one-on-one time. I am planning our next fun trip already, we may have secretly booked a sneaky weekend away too, opps.
Let’s take a peek at some of the loveliest weddings from the week that was, it’s been a cracker.
I’m dreaming of summer courtesy of this golden fields and breezy summer tipi tent wedding today.
Alex and Frankie’s day really was very special indeed, with their two ceremonies taking centre stage on the 6th August 2016. Firstly they held their legal ceremony at Great Dunmow Maltings followed by a personal outdoor blessing in front of all their loved ones. They even had a private blessing in India too on their memorable honeymoon, the place where they first met while travelling. Emotions ran high throughout the celebrations, with tears and laughter all round.
The styling really was impeccable and the relaxed bohemian vibes shone through perfectly. With greenery and white blooms used abundantly to create a pretty country feel, majestic tipis lit just perfectly come evening and a super stylish couple, I love it all. Frankie fell for Bo and Luca‘s Isra gown, with it’s coordinating bridal separates in a unique paisley pattern, she teamed her dress with a lush floral crown of blooms. Alex meanwhile chose a chilled out shirt, chinos and waistcoat combo, which really tied into the laid back feel to their day.
Many thanks goes to Luke Hayden for sharing these remarkable images with us.
There is so much to love about this modern city wedding. The couple totally marched to the beat of their own drum, let me share all.
WWW readers Andy and Jane tied the knot on the 8th July 2016 at Islington Town Hall, followed by drinks at the Narrow Boat Pub and a celebration at Lumiere London. Jane is a chef and so the food was high on their wedding day priorities. So much so that Jane was a part of the catering team and the venue they chose enabled them to self cater their day. I love the shots of Jane in the kitchen wearing her beautiful Ritva Westenius and apron. They even skipped the cake cutting and went for a roast beef carving together, tongue in cheek but totally personal and memorable to them both. The first look was a particularly touching moment, and one I am sure they will always treasure.
They included a craft beer station, wool pom pom centrepieces against monochrome table cloths and beautiful black board signage. With just 28 guests, it meant that their day was really intimate. It really looked as though a fabulous time was had by all.