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Popular Wedding Songs of 2019

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By Daronté Starks 

“All of Me” by John Legend 

Released in 2013, All of Me from his fourth album Love in the Future is a heartfelt song about exactly what the title says giving your all to your partner. Legend is a winner of various awards including, two Billboard awards, one Grammy, a Soul Train Music Award and a NAACP Image Award. With his effortless vocals, accompanied by the stripped down piano, makes this song perfect for the newlyweds first dance. 

“Thinking Out Loud” by Ed Sheeran 

 Recorded for his second studio album titled X,” released in 2014, this two-time Grammy award winning song has become a favorite to play at weddings. Not surprising since this record enkindles a spirit of unconditional love and long-lasting commitment.  

Shallow by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga 

 Try out this stunning duet from the 2018 remake of “A Star is Born” for your wedding. With the incredible vocals from Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper, emotion can be felt behind every word.  

“I’ll Be Waiting (When You Come Home)” by Dan Rodriguez 

Released on his 2015 album Come on Home, this folk artist creates a lovely song for your wedding party to make their entry. 

 “I Get to Love You” by RUELLE 

Another folk artist made this list with her song “I Get to Love You, released in 2016. This song might be just what you’re looking for to make that special moment more memorable as you walk down the aisle.   

 “Beautiful” by Bazzi 

This Pop song is a great song to play at the reception, it has that “Happily Ever After” feel to it. Bazzi’s smooth vocals, accompanied by the chill electronic instrumental beats, pairs well for any wedding. 

“Spend My Life with You” by Eric Benét featuring Tamia 

This 1999 song is a perfect example of the sheer devotion it takes for two people to make the decision to become man and wife. From Eric Benét’s album A Day in the Life, this Grammy-nominated duet will be a great addition to that special day.

 

 “Adorn” by Miguel 

In this Grammy award winning song from Miguel’s second studio album Kaleidoscope Dream,” he vows to always adorn his beloved with this funky, upbeat tone. 

“ILYSB (Stripped)” by LANY 

From his self-titled album LANY,” this song is definitely different from your typical wedding love ballad, but it still gives off those #relationshipgoals vibes.  

 

 

 

Daronté Starks

Daronté Starks is a Fashion Merchandising and Apparel Design Major at Georgia Southern University. He is a Fashion Intern at Hers Magazine for the Summer of 2019. He will be attending Academy of Art University in the Fall of 2019 for his MFA in Fashion Design.

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