Top 10 Wedding Songs

Bride & Groom's 1st Dance

10. "Amazed" by Lone Star

9. "I Won't Give Up" by Jason Mraz

8. "At Last" by Etta James

7. "A Thousand Years" by Christina Perri

6. "Then" by Brad Paisley

5. "I Don't Dance" by Lee Brice

4. "Can't Help Falling in Love" by Elvis Presley

3. "All of Me" by John Legend

2. "Die a Happy Man" by Thomas 

1. "Thinking Out Loud" by Ed Sheeran

The music determines the mood of a wedding. Indeed, the music accompanies the key moments of the D-day. Depending on whether it's Music that moves, rock music, classical, pop or film music, you will not get the same atmosphere! The music can make the guests dance. Make them smile or even make them laugh. Intimate music will help set the tone for an intimate wedding.

A smashing music list will make the moment more solemn!

So HerDjs gathered ideas of wedding music of all styles for the Bride & Groom to accompany the moments of their big day: the entry and the exit of the ceremony, the first dance, the entrance of the newlyweds to the reception room, the arrival of the cake, and the throwing of the bouquet.

If you're looking to personalize your wedding right down to the smallest detail, do not miss out on the musical vibe, an ingredient that may go unnoticed at first, but that truly brings a special touch to every moment of your wedding.

For your entry to be smashing, use a light show!

What's hot at the moment is the arrival of the bride and groom on a cloud of smoke, the so-called" dancing on a cloud "effect, dancing on a cloud. When we start on this with music that is going well, and we are lucky to have the bridegroom who hops, joined by their friends, it is the fire. To help you put the right music on the right moment, here is a top of the recommended songs to the arrival of the bride and groom in the reception room.