From the classics to the newest musical trends, here are ten songs you should include in your wedding cover lineup.
1. Hold my Hand by Jess Glynne
Start your celebration off with this upbeat pop anthem about needing your partner by your side. The beat is great to dance to, and your party will start off on the right foot. Bonus if you’re holding hands for the duration of this song.
2. All of Me by John Legend
Legend’s ode to his wife Chrissy makes a great wedding song, perhaps even the first dance. Celebrate your partner’s “perfect imperfections” while expressing your utter devotion.
3. Crazy in Love by Beyoncé
Beyoncé’s big hit would make a great dance song for your wedding. Not only does it celebrate love, but it is an incredible number to gather the bridesmaids and have the ultimate girl-power dance number.
4. Marry You by Bruno Mars
What better song to play at your wedding than Mars’ marital hit complete with wedding bells. Any of Bruno’s love songs are great additions to your set list.
5. Cake by the Ocean by DNCE
This infectious tune screams happiness and celebration, which is why it is great to play at your wedding, especially because it hints at a very interesting honeymoon on the beach.
6. Lego House by Ed Sheeran
Sheeran’s super romantic ballad is a welcome addition to any wedding. It hints that your spouse and you will be able to survive anything.
7. Can’t Stop the Feeling by Justin Timberlake
The newest summer jam by former boy band member Justin Timberlake will bring light and joy into your wedding celebration. You can’t help but move your feet to this infectious tune.
8. The Way You Look Tonight by Frank Sinatra
No wedding is complete without reminding your spouse how beautiful he or she looks on your wedding day. Don’t forget to save a dance with your beloved to this classic.
9. Signed, Sealed, Delivered I’m Yours by Stevie Wonder
Another wedding classic, this feel-good song is an excellent way to round out a wedding set. Express how happy you are to be tying the knot with your significant other and continue the celebration.
10. At Last by Etta James.
Close out the evening with this sultry number by legend, Etta James. At long last, the night is over, and you have finally been wed. All that’s left now is the honeymoon.