Just stunningYour wedding video is unique to you and so is the music you choose to have behind your wedding video.

When choosing wedding video songs, variety is key. Your video is likely to suit slow songs as well as up-tempo numbers so don’t rule out the floor fillers just yet, they could be the perfect way to end your video.

Have a think about songs that you love as a couple, things that mean something to you such as the song that was playing when you met or first had a dance. Lyrics that are relevant and mean something are also worth considering and of course, the music that you are having during the day itself could provide the perfect wedding video song.

If you’re looking for inspiration, this year Spotify have compiled a list of the top 50 wedding songs that feature in their users’ playlists. The top 3 look like this

“All of Me” by John Legend
“Marry You”, by Bruno Mars
“Thinking Out Loud,” by Ed Sheeran

We’ve put together another list below of some of our couples’ favourites from this year but it really is a personal choice. We’ll sit down with you if you’re struggling to think of wedding video songs and before you know it you’ll have a list of music that reflects your relationship and your feelings.

“You’ve got the love”, Florence + the Machine
“You Are The Best Thing”, Ray LaMontagne
“Can’t Help Falling In Love”, Elvis Presley
“At Last”, Etta James
“I’m Yours”, Jason Mraz
“Make You Feel My Love”, Adele
“Your Song”, Elton John
“Greatest Day”, Take That
“Shut Up and Dance,” Walk the Moon
“Uptown Funk,” Mark Ronson (featuring Bruno Mars)
“A Sky Full of Stars,” Coldplay
“Lay Me Down,” Sam Smith
“A Thousand Years”, Christina Perri
“Better Together”, Jack Johnson