Couples are increasingly opting to get married in a barn rather than a church because of the increasing popularity of country weddings. When it comes to finding a unique, rustic, vintage wedding ceremony concept, a barn wedding would be the quick answer.
Your wedding day is a once-in-a-lifetime occasion, and you want everything about it to be perfect. Your heart is set on everything – even on the littlest things. Though, you might be missing something…
Country music is upbeat and filled with love and emotions, which is an excellent fit for barn weddings. In this article, we’ll share some ideas on the best country music for your barn wedding:
At The Reception, When The Couple Is Introduced
Everyone loves a good love story, and this one is particularly sweet. Unlike Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet, the ones in Taylor Swift’s “Love Story” end happily ever after.
It’s the story of two people who fall in love and how the rest of their lives will be defined by their love for each other. This is the perfect song for the couple as they walk down the aisle, hand in hand.
For The First Dance
Weddings themselves are memorable, but your first dance should be exceptional. If you’re having a western-themed wedding, this amazing rendition of “The Way You Look Tonight” by George Jones is sure to be a crowd-pleaser.
Take a moment to have a good look at yourselves on the night of your wedding – especially how bright your smiles are. Make it a foundation and carry it onward in your lasting relationship.
Country Music And The Bride And Father Dance Are Meant To Be
Also, fathers might often have trouble knowing what to do on their daughter’s wedding day. How can they show love and support while remaining cool and collected?
The best way to do this is with a fun, country-themed song. There are so many country songs about this special moment that are perfect for the bride and her father to take it all in. Check out “Bride and Groom Get Married,” “The Wedding,” “The Best Man,” and “The Father of the Bride” for some ideas of what to play. Whatever you choose, the bride’s father is sure to enjoy it!
During The Groom And Mother’s Dance
“Mother Like Mine,” sung by The Band Perry, is a popular one, and there’s a reason for it. It has a fun tune and touching lyrics, and it’s likely to be a treasured memory for moms and sons. Something about the words to this song really speaks to the heart.
The Last Dance
It’s party time!
The last country song for the night will have the entire wedding party dancing at the reception. Country music has a way of getting down to earth and making everyone feel nostalgic. This is the perfect way to bring the night to a close.
You and your partner can combine your favorites by playing a mashup of your first dance song, your walk down the aisle song, or anything at all! Once you decide on these, you can use this list as inspiration to create a unique and fun mashup for your wedding reception. This is a guaranteed guest favorite!
For The Newly-Wed Couple Making A Country Music Exit
Now, this calls for a heartwarming classic! A country song from Drake White entitled “The Best is Yet to Come” is one of the most iconic love songs. The lyrics are so beautiful and tell the story of a couple who just can’t resist each other and are looking forward to the following days together.
If you’re looking for a song that can make you and your significant other feel warm and fuzzy, this is the one.
This can be another thought to ponder, but songs can make or break your nights.
The good news is – you can pass on this time-consuming job to someone who has immense experience with deciding upon extensive details during a country wedding, then come up with the perfect ones for you!
If you’re looking for an event venue that has the feel of a country estate wedding, Legacy Oak Meadows in Florida has that covered with its beautiful gardens, breath taking ceremony site, and rustic barn. With their flexible planning options and wide range of decoration and setup options, this venue is the perfect place to host and organize your country wedding.
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