Nov 27
Here comes the bride
by: WWG2014


There is no second chance for a first impression. Make sure you wow your guests with an amazing song to leave them teary. Here are our 10 best picks for aisle songs in 2016. Some are old, some are new, all of them are perfect.


1) Maybe I’m Amazed – Jem

If you were a fan of hit show The OC, you would remember the wedding scene with this beautiful song.

2) Kiss Me – Sixpence None The Richer

Keeping in the theme of popular music, this Sixpence None The Richer tune is one of the most romantic song of the 90s.

3) Kiss Me – Ed Sheeran

If you’d like to fast forward about 15 years, Ed's Kiss Me is a great modern alternative with a slower tempo.

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4) Adore You – Miley Cyrus

Whilst Miley may not be known for her romantic side, she sure captures the essence of love in her hit, Adore You.

5) Baby, I Love You – The Ramones

This classic love song says it all for couples who prefer a little bit of vintage rock-pop. This ballad would work well for a laid-back wedding.

6) XO – Beyonce

It wouldn’t be a good list without a little bit of Beyonce. This absolute hit gives the bridal party license to celebrate on the way down the aisle.

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7) Little Things – One Direction

One Direction is on to a winner with this tidy little love song; the perfect accompaniment for a quaint garden or outdoor wedding.

8) Come Away With Me – Norah Jones

Norah’s lullaby and her enchanting vocals would be the most heartwarming way to start your ceremony.

9) If I Ain’t Got You – Alicia Keys

This is one of Alicia’s best ballads, and the crescendo and dazzling vocals are second to none.

10) Make You Feel My Love – Adele

Adele’s haunting love song is one of the best out there to kick off your nuptials. If you can find a live version to play, Adele’s angelic voice will get the waterworks going.

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