10 Songs That Are Perfect For Your Wedding Highlights
Sometimes, trusting your video editor to make all post-production decisions for you might be a good idea. But there will be times when their decisions might not be the best fit, especially if you want them to create a wedding highlights video for you. You’ll need to remember these videos are personal and will need to reflect your personal taste, no matter who they are. So, that means using songs that they’ll forever associate with their wedding. But don’t worry. We’ve chosen 10 songs that are perfect for any wedding highlights video.
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1. Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
This is one of the most romantic songs of all time, and guaranteed, thousands of couples have had their first dance to this song. So, why not jump onto the bandwagon? It’ll be memorable and meaningful for your wedding highlights video. And it’ll help with remembering the vows you made to each other. After all, you promised to be with each other even “when your hair is overgrown, and your memory fades”.
2. Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley
Hearing one of the most iconic 20th Century singers crooning a romantic ballad over a wedding ceremony is cliché. But it also perfectly sets the mood for any wedding highlights video. So, why not include it in yours? You’ll remember that feeling of seeing each other for the first time, in that suit or dress, and falling in love with each other again. Nothing could be more meaningful than that.
3. Just The Way You Are – Bruno Mars
If you want something a little more upbeat, why not add this song by Bruno Mars to your wedding highlights video? It captures the romantic essence of any wedding, and it’ll bring a smile to your face every time you hear it blasting over your speakers. Not only that, but it’ll break away from the ballads that you’ll most likely get for your wedding highlights video.
4. All Of Me – John Legend
These words coming from your loved one is something everyone wants to hear. So, why not emphasise how important your wedding is by using this song for your wedding highlights video? It’ll remind you of the reason why you married each other. After all, that is exactly what you do with your wedding vows, anyway. You give “all of yourself” to each other. So why not celebrate it?
5. The Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra
This song is a timeless classic by a timeless singer. This song embodies romance, devotion, love, and hope. There are thousands of renditions and covers that could easily be used for your wedding highlights video. So, choose one that you’ll both love. After all, it is one of the most iconic love songs in the world, so why not have it play over the most iconic day of your lives?
6. Shallow – Lady Gaga & Bradley Cooper
Getting married is the pinnacle of falling in love. That’s why people do it and having this song in your wedding highlights video will remind you of how deeply you fell in love with each other. So, why not use it, both in the wedding itself and as part of your video? It’ll help you remember that when you’re in love, you’ll feel like you’re “off the deep end”, and you’ll “never meet the ground”.
7. Flying Without Wings – Westlife
Have you listened to this song? Can you imagine watching a bride make her way down the aisle, all the while staring at her groom? If you can, then there’s no reason why you shouldn’t have it in your wedding highlights video. After all, you’ll feel like you’re “flying without wings” on the Big Day anyway. So, recapture those feelings with this song.
8. A Moment Like This – Kelly Clarkson
Having that sense of fate and destiny working to bring you together is a part of a wedding day. After all, the celebrant may say it’s fate that brought you together. You might say it in your vows. And even your parents may say it in their toast speech to you. So, having it as part of your wedding video is a no-brainer. It’ll recapture that moment when you felt like the universe was telling you “it was all meant to be”.
9. Can You Feel The Love Tonight – Elton John
Who doesn’t think of Disney when they think of romance? After all, their early cartoon films were about romance, like Beauty And The Beast (1991), Cinderella (1950), Aladdin (1992) and even The Lion King (1994) had a romantic plotline. So, why not include some of their iconic songs in your wedding highlights video? It’ll not only awaken your inner child, but it’ll also recapture the romance of the day.
10. Perfect – Ed Sheeran
Like Thinking Out Loud, Perfect is one of the best songs to have on your wedding highlights video. After all, it was written to celebrate Sheeran’s own grandparents’ wedding anniversary. So, use it to celebrate yours. It’ll help you recapture that sense of falling in love for the first time.
It’s All About What You Want
In the end, these songs are simply suggestions and sometimes, it’s up to you to choose which one fits your wedding style more. After all, there are some crazy ideas out there (like a Shrek wedding!), so the song needs to fit the theme. But, of course, it’s hard to know if your video editor will listen to your opinions. So, why don’t you choose a video editing service, like Cut Pro Media, to listen to your voice? We can promise high-quality videos with the style and themes that match you and your wedding. So, even if you have a themed wedding, our video editors will match that theme perfectly. Have a Star Wars theme? We’ve got you covered. Do you want a 1920s jazz theme? Done. Our professionally trained and highly skilled video editors will do exactly what you want for your wedding highlights video, no questions asked. Why don’t you check out our website for our affordable price packages if you’re still not convinced? We promise we won’t disappoint.
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