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If you love all things nature or you’re a fan of open spaces, an outdoor wedding is the perfect choice for you. But with the variety of spaces available, it can be hard to know where to begin your search. To help, we’ve rounded up jaw-dropping outdoor wedding venues to give you all the inspiration you need. Due to the pandemic, more and more couples are embracing the Scandinavian concept of Friluftsliv, which is the practice of getting outside and connecting with nature—and we’re here to help make that happen. Whether you’re dreaming of getting married beside the glittering ocean or exchanging vows next to snow-capped mountains, we have the perfect ideas for you. Once you’ve honed in on your dream location (whether it be a colorful desert venue or a charming flower farm), head over to The Knot to explore outdoor wedding venues in your chosen destination. And don’t forget to read up on our guide on how to plan an outdoor wedding. Read on to see 31 of our all-time favorite outdoor wedding venues.
Saddlerock Ranch in Malibu, California
Just the right mix of charming and grand, Saddlerock Ranch is one of the most picturesque places to exchange vows. Located in Malibu, California, this outdoor venue offers panoramic views of distant mountains and vineyards. Plus, it offers installations that are practically made for epic Instagrams (think: an oversized door and a giant photo frame). The stunning spot has several different locations you can pick from: the Main Lawn, the Oak Grove, the Vineyard and the Hilltop. Each option is absolutely stunning. This gorgeous event space is also a celebrity favorite—stars like Lisa Kudrow, Kelsey Grammar and Don Heley have exchanged vows here.
The Little Nell in Aspen, Colorado
Rachel Havel Photography
Does your typical date involve a hike or skiing adventure in the mountains? The Little Nell might be your dream outdoor wedding venue. Situated atop a high peak in Aspen, Colorado, this venue’s views of the mountains will serve as a breath-taking backdrop for your wedding ceremony (and pictures, of course).The unique location of this wedding venue makes you feel as if you and your partner are on top of the world (which is perfect for any adrenaline junkies or thrill-seekers out there). Plus, the surrounding trees will help keep guests cool and comfortable while the sun is out.
Oheka Castle in Huntington, New York
You don’t have to fly to a far-off destination to get married in a castle. Plan your fairytale wedding at Oheka Castle, which is located in Huntington, New York. With its grand exterior, sprawling courtyard, gorgeous greenery and old-world charm, it’s the perfect choice for a glamorous couple looking for their dream outdoor wedding venue. Say “I do” out in the stunning courtyard before heading inside to the venue’s elegant dining areas. As an added bonus: This venue offers lodging for a number of VIP guests, which makes planning logistics much simpler. Scout out the property with your wedding photographer so you can find the perfect places to take pictures.
Haiku Mill in Maui, Hawaii
Matias Ezcurra / NV Maui Media
Of course, we’d be remiss to not mention Hawaii, one of the most beautiful wedding destinations in the United States. While the tropical islands offer endless beach wedding locations, we’re huge fans of the Haiku Mill, a converted sugar mill on the island of Maui. (Psst: it’s also where Bachelor stars Arie Luyendyk Jr. and Lauren Burnham got married.) The lush greenery makes the location feel like a hidden enchanted forest—adding even more magic to your special moment. Make sure you schedule in extra time to take pictures all over this stunning spot with your photographer. The results will be absolutely magical.
Finca Es Cabas in Mallorca, Spain
LIRON EREL & CO
If you’re thinking of planning a destination wedding, consider this outdoor wedding venue for your nuptials. Situated in the rolling countryside of Mallorca, Spain, Finca Es Cabas is downright dreamy. The space has a sprawling lawn, where couples exchange vows in front of family friends. But it also has a chic courtyard, where your friends and family members can enjoy their meals and music. The venue looks exactly like a castle, but it has touches to make it feel more modern. For example, the reception space has pretty greenery and string lights. This pretty outdoor wedding venue looks straight out of a storybook.
Misty Farm in Ann Arbor, Michigan
Jess + Nate Studios
If you’re unsure about fully committing to a truly outdoor space, consider an indoor-outdoor wedding space (a major 2021 wedding trend, according to our Real Weddings Study). In fact, barns were one of the most popular wedding venues, according to our study. Misty Farm in Michigan is charming and grand all at the same time. Take in the stunning views and enjoy the rustic aesthetic of the barns scattered throughout the property. Pro tip: Don’t miss out on gorgeous golden hour photos. Take a break during cocktail hour to score a few pictures that will get all the likes on Instagram.
Malibu Rocky Oaks Estate Vineyard in Malibu, California
Proclaim your love for each other from the top of the world (read: this jaw-dropping mountaintop vineyard). This iconic ceremony spot offers 360-degree views of the Santa Monica mountains and the surrounding rolling hillsides. The venue also offers a scenic spot for your guests to enjoy dinner and the reception. Plus, you’ll have the chance to have some of the vineyard’s award-winning wine. Need any more convincing? Photographers in this area consistently list Malibu Rocky Oaks Estate Vineyard as one of the top outdoor wedding venues for couples (likely because it’s so breathtaking and photogenic). Just look at the pictures!
North Beach in Tybee Island, Georgia
You don’t have to go to California or Florida to plan the ultimate beach wedding. Case in point: North Beach, which is located in Tybee Island, Georgia. The small town is just outside of Savannah Georgia and is known for its sandy beaches: North Beach and South Beach. While both are lovely, North Beach is situated at the tip of the island, which means you’ll have a completely unobstructed view of the ocean for your nuptials. What could be dreamier? If you’d like to have beachy accents in the background of your photos, consider exchanging vows in South Beach, where you’ll find a charming pier.
Wave Hill in the Bronx, New York
Carmen Santorelli Photography
A wedding in the city that never sleeps may not call to mind images of lush gardens and sparkling waters. But up in the Bronx, New York lies Wave Hill, a dreamy outdoor wedding venue that will give you the elegant nuptials you’ve been dreaming (plus it’s just a short drive from the city). This public garden allows couples to get married in the evening after it’s closed to visitors, which means you and your guests get to enjoy watching the sun set over the Hudson River while you exchange vows. How romantic is that?As an added bonus, your purchase of the wedding venue includes a membership to the gorgeous garden.
Sacred Sands in Joshua Tree, California
Christy Johnson Photography
Whether you love a desert vibe, or you’re both adventurers, Joshua Tree National Park is the spot for you. We love this venue because it’s meticulously set up for the ultimate desert wedding experience. Look out onto the stunning grounds of the popular national park as you and your partner say “I do.” Then, head into the venue’s lovely reception space for dinner and dancing. The pretty string lights at Sacred Sands will light up the area as you celebrate with friends and family. Another pro of hosting your nuptials here? Your guests can enjoy a few hikes before or after the celebration for an adventure-filled experience.
Lyons Farmette & River Bend in Lyons, Colorado
Add even more magic to your wedding day by exchanging vows at Lyons Farmette & River Bend. The venue is situated on the banks of the St. Vrain River and nestled underneath dramatic red stone cliffs. Snow-capped mountains appear in the distance to add an element of wonder to your big day. Complete with lush greenery, colorful rocks and adorable llamas (yes, really!), this venue is equal parts stunning and quirky. The venue comes with a sail-cloth tent for your reception as well as two dressing areas: a charming cottage and a trendy glamping tent (complete with chandeliers). Enjoy the fire pit at the end of the night as the sun goes down.
Hotel Californian in Santa Barbara, California
While many rooftops feel industrial, Hotel Californian in Santa Barbara, California is different. With its whimsical designs and palm trees, it feels playful and relaxed. This outdoor wedding venue is perfect for couples who want to do something different for their nuptials. However, the black-and-white print throughout the space will go with any colors and flowers you choose, so no need to stress about getting boxed into a certain style. Another pro of this space? It looks out to the ocean for a stunning view.
Emerald Lake Lodge in British Columbia, Canada
JANINE DEANNA PHOTOGRAPHY
If you’re dreaming of a far-off destination but don’t actually want to go far away, consider a Canadian wedding. Emerald Lake Lodge in British Columbia is a popular choice because it has a jaw-dropping landscape (think: snow-capped mountains, reflective water and tons of trees) and cozy cabins for accomodation. Plus, this outdoor wedding venue offers so many Insta-worthy photo opps. Take a canoe out on the turquoise waters together or explore the park with your partner. Your wedding pictures will look like they’re straight out of a fairytale. Couples looking for a luxurious experience can even rent their own island, and enjoy the entirety of Emerald Lake Lodge to themselves.
Mae’s Ridge in Johnson City, Texas
Dreaming of hosting a country wedding? Look no further than Mae’s Ridge in Johnson City, Texas. This stunning venue is located in the heart of the famed Texas Hill Country, which is known for its rolling hills (per the name), fine wine and authentic cuisine. But this venue is also a main attraction of the area due to its sweeping views and charming barn space. Exchange vows in the open field, and then dance the night away in the site’s rustic barn. (Psst: Don’t forget to scroll through our favorite country wedding songs to help bring the special day together.)
Valley of Fire State Park Wedding in Overton, Nevada
For couples who love the earthy colors of the desert, Valley of Fire State Park in Overton, Nevada is an ideal outdoor wedding venue. Gaze out onto the sweeping landscape before gazing into each other’s eyes and saying your vows. Since it’s state park, you’ll need to be extra-aware of your surroundings. Check out our guide on how to plan a Leave No Trace Elopement so you can enjoy the venue without negatively impacting the environment around you. Pro tip: This outdoor wedding venue is great for couples who want a small wedding, as the space only accommodates up to 95 people.
W Loft in Brooklyn, New York
India Earl Photography
So you want an outdoor wedding, but you want to stay in the city (New York City, to be more specific). Get the best of both worlds by booking a stunning rooftop wedding space for your nuptials. The W Loft in Brooklyn, New York, is a gorgeous location that offers panoramic views of the impressive Manhattan skyline and the East river. Plus, it has a newly renovated space made with clear windows, so you can still enjoy the gorgeous views no matter what the weather is like on your wedding day. As a bonus, your guests can stay in the hotel so that they don’t have to travel far once the festivities are done.
Kualoa Ranch in Oahu, Hawaii
Love & Aloha Photography
It’s no secret Hawaii has endless beaches for your wedding day. But we love this unique outdoor wedding venue because the view offers more than just the ocean. Take in the majestic peaks and distant islands along with the clear water at the romantic Kualoa Ranch. The venue offers several different ceremony spaces, which means you can customize the experience to your liking. Exchange vows in one of the lush, tropical gardens or in a more remote landscape set between mountains. Want something more private? Look into the venue’s Secret Island ceremony spot. No matter what space you choose at Kualoa Ranch, we guarantee this: Your wedding pictures will be absolutely stunning.
Pinewood Weddings and Events in Cambridge, MinnesotaKATE BECKER PHOTOGRAPHY
If you’re a fan of Scandinavian style, this unique outdoor wedding venue is for you. Pinewood Weddings and Events is situated in Minnesota’s Northwoods forest, which features towering trees and pretty greenery. As if that weren’t scenic enough, the wedding venue also includes a Scandinavian-style house, where your guests can enjoy dinner and dancing. If you’re an outdoorsy couple or just love the look of a boho wedding, this stunning wedding venue is perfect for you. Ensure you set aside time to score some gorgeous pictures after your ceremony.
Under Canvas Moab in Moab, Utah
Chad Munro Photography
Looking for a full-on desert vibe? Exchange vows at Under Canvas Moab in Utah. Use the unique scenery to your advantage by incorporating decor like dried flowers (we also love these because they’re eco-friendly and can be saved after the fact) and warm colors (think: mustard yellow, cranberry red or pumpkin orange) for the ultimate outdoor boho wedding aesthetic. Turn your nuptials into an exciting adventure by glamping (read: glamorous camping) in the park. Book a night or two for a group of up to 30 people or buy out the entire camp, which can accommodate up to 250 people.
Colony 29 in Palm Springs, California
This gorgeous venue has the seal of approval from multiple celebs. Both Samira Wiley and Whitney Port got married at Colony 29 in Palm Springs, California. It comes with a stunning rotunda ceremony spot, which is set up perfectly for you and your boo to say “I do.” We’re fans of this gorgeous outdoor wedding venue because you can customize the space completely. Whether you’re dreaming of a boho, glam or simple wedding, you can use decor to bring your vision to life. The best part, though, is the surrounding scenery. Between the desert ambiance and surrounding mountains, we’ve added Colony 29 to our list of dream wedding venues.
Rathvinden Farm in Belgrade, Montana
Suzanna Rothmeyer Photography
The first thing that catches your eye in Rathvinden Farm is the stunning scenery. But there’s more to this charming farm than its panoramic mountain views and pretty, tall grass. It’s also a flower farm—perfect for romantic photos and for to-be-weds planning a sustainable wedding. Rather than bringing florals from an outside farm, couples can harvest their own flowers directly from the farm. Not only is it a unique way to cut back on waste, it’s also a lovely way to personalize your nuptials. Living out your values as a couple will help your loved ones see who you really are together and what’s important to you. Plus, it’s a memorable and thoughtful touch.
Carmel Valley Ranch in Carmel-By-The-Sea, California
A wedding at Carmel Valley Ranch is what outdoor ceremony dreams are made of. Located in scenic Carmel-By-The-Sea, it offers the very best Mother Nature has to offer. The outdoor space, with its rolling hills, pretty vineyards and charming neighborhood, looks like it’s straight out of your favorite romance film. Get married up in the mountains, down in an organic garden or on the venue’s scenic lawns. If you choose this stunning venue for your nuptials, we recommend making a wedding weekend out of it. The popular vacation destination is best known for its pretty beaches and sustainable winemaking, so encourage your guests to explore (or plan a couple pre-wedding events).
Long Beach in Long Beach, California
Brandon Bibbins Photography
If you’re more of a mellow couple, a beach might be the perfect outdoor wedding venue for you. There are gorgeous oceanside locations all over the country, but Long Beach in southern California offers gorgeous white sands, sparkling blue water and a prime view of the gorgeous sunset. (Read: perfect for golden hour wedding pictures.) Whether you’re hosting an intimate wedding or a big wedding, a beach can accommodate your needs. Plus, it feels like a true getaway for you and your guests.
Tin Roof Barn in White Salmon, Washington
Planning a wedding in the Pacific Northwest? You’ll definitely want to know about Tin Roof Barn in White Salmon, Washington. It captures the rustic charm of the area perfectly. The venue offers views of surrounding mountains and tall trees. Once you exchange your vows outside on the lawn, you and your guests can head into the pretty barn. The indoor space is made with giant sliding doors, so you can still enjoy the scenic views from the comfort of the barn. Plus, you automatically have a Plan B in case there’s any of that famous PNW rain.
Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden in Miami, Florida
When you think of Miami, Florida, you may initially think of white sandy beaches. And while there are plenty of waterfront spots to get married at in Florida’s capital, we’re fans of this unique outdoor wedding venue. Nestled in one of the hottest travel destinations is Fairchild Tropical Botanic Garden, which is filled to the brim with lush greenery and plants. Make the botanical gardens into a playful paradise with bright colors or stay neutral to create a chic, boho feel. Whatever you decide, we know it will be absolutely stunning.
Blue Vista in Randolph, Kansas
If you’re hoping to plan a lakefront wedding, Blue Vista in Randolph, Kansas might just be the spot for you. Overlooking the gorgeous Tuttle Creek Lake, this wedding venue offers wide open spaces, lush landscaping and scenic views. It’s also an indoor-outdoor wedding venue, as the site has a lodge and grand pavilion. Adventurous couples will be pleased to know the site also offers glamping as a choice of lodging. As the seasons change, the surrounding foliage changes colors, which can cater to different couples’ aesthetic preferences. Those who want a boho or eclectic wedding will love the way the plants look in the fall while those with a more classic style will especially enjoy the space in the spring and summer.
Timber Ridge Lodge in Keystone, Colorado
Celebrate your love in a place that’s as epic as your love story by booking a wedding at Timber Ridge Lodge in Keystone, Colorado. The venue has snow-capped Rocky mountains in the background to create a setting that’s as epic as your love story. Plus, being up so high will excite your guests, making the whole day more memorable for everyone. Once you’ve exchanged vows outside, head into the cozy lodge for even more festivities. Your guests will appreciate the comfort of the indoors after spending time outside at the top of the mountains.
Stout’s Island Lodge in Birchwood, Wisconsin
If you’d describe your dream wedding as casual, natural and rustic, Stout’s Island Lodge in Birchwood, Wisconsin is for you. Located on Red Cedar Lake, this outdoor wedding venue offers sweeping views and the tranquility of being surrounded by nature. Couples have the option to rent out the entire island for an extra-private experience, or they can allow other guests to be on the island while they wed. It’s the perfect backdrop for couples who want a simple lakeside wedding. While some couples take the plunge and jump into the lake, others simply enjoy the activities the island has to offer, such as hiking, canoeing, fishing and lawn games.
Dos Pueblos Orchid Farm in Goleta, California
While this may not be a true outdoor wedding venue, we love the fact that it feels like it is. Whether you want to protect yourself from the elements (think: wind or rain), you’re dreaming of a garden wedding or you just want to gather your loved ones in a special space, this oceanside greenhouse is the perfect place to do it. Dos Pueblos Orchid Farm completely full of windows, so you can clearly see the stunning scenery. Plus, the ceiling is covered in string lights, so your guests will feel like they’re celebrating underneath a starry sky. The fact that it’s an orchid farm is the cherry on top: Your guests will be able to enjoy the gorgeous flowers scattered throughout the site.
The Neon Museum in Las Vegas, Nevada
NICOLE HERNANDEZ PHOTOGRAPHY
Your outdoor wedding doesn’t have to be filled with nature. A cool rooftop or urban setting is just as stunning too. If you’d describe your style as quirky edgy or playful, consider this eccentric outdoor wedding venue. The Neon Museum in Las Vegas is aptly named, as it has countless Instagram-worthy neon backdrops. Take your portraits in front of these fun murals, and then exchange vows up on the rooftop in front of the building’s epic sign. We love this venue because it feels retro and fresh all at the same time. Plus, the setting is so unique, your guests will never forget it.
New Orleans Pharmacy Museum in New Orleans, Louisiana
THE DOGWOOD COLLECTIVE
Looking for a setting that doesn’t feel basic or overdone? This outdoor wedding is an absolute hidden gem. Nestled on the side of the historic New Orleans Pharmacy Museum is a charming courtyard that’s perfect for any intimate celebration. This gorgeous wedding venue has exposed brick, vintage street lights, palmettos and growing vines. Together, they create a fairytale-like aesthetic, making your nuptials feel absolutely magical. Exchange vows in the 19th-century courtyard and then head out onto the streets for a traditional second line. It’ll give you and your guests a true New Orleans experience that’ll be absolutely unforgettable. Cheers to that!
[Update] 43 Wedding Prelude Songs to Kickstart Your Ceremony | mellow garden wedding – Sambeauty
Greet your guests with a soundtrack of wedding prelude songs as they begin arriving to your ceremony. Here are some of the best tunes to set the mood for your I do’s.
Dover Hall Alex C Tenser Photography
As guests arrive to your ceremony and take their seats, the wedding prelude songs will be among the first elements to set the mood and tone of your big day. When it comes to your wedding playlist, think of the prelude songs as mainly background music. They aren’t quite as monumental as the grand entrance song or the processional song for your bridesmaids and wedding party, but they should still reflect your personal style as a couple. When in doubt, instrumental tracks and soft acoustic songs are usually failsafe options for your prelude music. You don’t want anything that will overpower your guests’ conversations while they’re waiting for the ceremony to begin, and you can save the fun party tunes for your recessional and wedding reception. Need a few suggestions? Take a listen to some of our favorites and kickstart your ceremony with these wedding prelude songs.
“Clair de Lune” by Claude Debussy
Welcome your guests to the ceremony with this slow, gentle piano arrangement that’s understated and sophisticated.
“You Are the Sunshine of My Life” by Stevie Wonder
The title of this song says it all—you and your guests will be in a happy, sunshine-y mood as soon as it starts playing. We’d recommend this wedding prelude song if you’re having an outdoor ceremony in the spring or summer.
“Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring” by Johann Sebastian Bach
You’ll recognize this classical arrangement as one of the most famous instrumental wedding songs of all time. It’s ideal for a traditional ceremony, especially in a house of worship, and brings a beautiful, timeless element to your special day.
“Better Together” by Luke Combs
The sweet lyrics of this country ballad make it a great addition to your wedding music: “Sometimes we’re oil and water / But I wouldn’t have it any other way / And if I’m being honest, your first and my last name / Would just sound better together and probably always will.”
“Ave Maria” by Franz Schubert
Traditionally used for Catholic ceremonies, this wedding prelude song is always a moving choice, whether you play a recording or enlist a vocalist to sing it live.
“What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong
It’s hard to imagine a more fitting song for your wedding day. Louis Armstrong’s lyrics about appreciating all of the little details in love and life, like trees blooming and rainbows in the sky, are a sweet reminder to treasure every moment.
“Water Music (Hornpipe)” by George Frideric Handel
With this classical prelude song, your guests will feel like they’re walking through the gardens of Versailles, especially if you hire a string quartet to play it in person.
“Wedding March” by Felix Mendelssohn
From the opening trumpet fanfare to the dramatic strings, this famous composition is one of the best wedding songs to build up the excitement ahead of your ceremony. It’s also a popular wedding recessional song.
“Over the Rainbow” by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole
Especially popular for beach weddings, this wedding ceremony song is a soothing, mellow choice to play while your guests are taking their seats.
“Can’t Help Falling in Love” by Elvis Presley
We love the original version of this iconic song by the King of Rock and Roll. But if you’re looking for a more modern rendition, consider using one of the many covers, including versions by Twenty One Pilots, Andrea Bocelli, Haley Reinhart, Boyce Avenue, Pentatonix, or Kina Grannis.
“Canon in D” by Johann Pachelbel
Although this is one of the most popular wedding processional songs, it’s also a lovely arrangement for your prelude playlist. This performance by a cellist and a pianist is elegant and simple.
“I Do” by Colbie Caillat
Set the mood for a happy, lighthearted ceremony with this bubbly wedding prelude song.
“The Four Seasons (Spring)” by Antonio Vivaldi
The first movement of Vivaldi’s famous violin concerti is a must-play if you’re having a formal wedding ceremony.
“A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri
Looking to bring the waterworks? This emotional wedding prelude song always gives us the chills.
“Endless Love” by Luther Vandross ft. Mariah Carey
This dramatic ’90s ballad is an ultra-romantic option for your wedding prelude playlist. It would sound amazing at a glamorous ballroom venue or performed live in a house of worship.
“Main Title from The Notebook” by Aaron Zigman
Hopeless romantics, you won’t be able to resist including this track from The Notebook in your wedding ceremony music. Anyone who loves Allie and Noah’s story as much as we do will appreciate this soothing piano arrangement.
“My Only One (No Hay Nadie Más)” by Sebastián Yatra ft. Isabela Merced
This romantic Latino pop duet is a catchy and oh-so-sweet wedding prelude song. The bridge lyrics “I don’t know why / But every time I look into your eyes / I see a thousand falling shooting stars and yes I love you / I can’t believe that every night you’re by my side” are perfect for your wedding day.
“There You Are” by Zayn
If you’re in search of upbeat prelude songs, this one is sweet without sounding too sappy (the verdict is still out on whether or not it’s about Zayn’s longtime love, Gigi Hadid, but our hopeless romantic selves are saying yes).
“Good As You” by Kane Brown
This song is like the embodiment of the phrase “better half”—and if nothing else, we recommend watching the music video for some gorgeous wedding day inspo.
“Easy” by Camila Cabello
“Easy” is all about loving everything about someone despite their flaws and quirks, which is a spot-on message for your special day.
“Golden Hour” by Kasey Musgraves
We picture this song kicking off a summer wedding ceremony taking place somewhere by the water. Give it a listen even if you’re not a country music fan—and just try to resist the song’s cheery, folky vibe.
“The One” by Kodaline
You may not have heard of this indie Irish band yet, but “The One” is definitely worth a listen if you’re looking for romantic wedding prelude songs. It was specifically written as a wedding song for one of the band member’s friends, and these lyrics totally prove it: “‘Cause you make my heart feel like it’s summer/When the rain is pouring down / You make my whole world feel so right when it’s wrong / That’s why I know you are the one.”
“God Only Knows” by John Legend & Cynthia Erivo ft. yMusic
We hope that Beach Boys fans appreciate this soulful cover of the band’s classic hit “God Only Knows.” This version by John Legend and Cynthia Erivo is slower and more stripped-down than the original, but it’s just as special.
“Your Hands Are Cold” by Dario Marianelli
If you’ve ever seen the Keira Knightley version of Pride & Prejudice, you’ll immediately recognize the famously romantic scene that accompanies this instrumental track. It gives us chills, and not just because we love Mr. Darcy. The entire movie is full of tracks that work as wedding ceremony songs, including a shorter version of this arrangement (“Liz on Top of the World”), “Georgiana,” and “Dawn.” How beautiful would this be performed by live musicians?
“Invisible String” by Taylor Swift
This song reminds us of Old Taylor in the best way. “Invisible String” is about believing in fate and how you’ll always end up with the one you’re meant for, no matter what you have to go through to get there.
“Angel of Mine” by Monica
Here’s another ’90s throwback that we couldn’t resist including. Twenty years later, “Angel of Mine” still hits us with all the feels about falling in love and finding The One.
“Magic” by Coldplay
This song features Coldplay’s signature melodic sound, combined with sweet and simple lyrics: “And I don’t, and I don’t, and I don’t, and I don’t / No I don’t, it’s true / I don’t, no, I don’t, no, I don’t, no, I don’t / Want anybody else but you.”
“Tenerife Sea” by Ed Sheeran
One of Ed Sheeran’s more underrated songs is “Tenerife Sea.” It has all of the classic Ed elements that his fans love: acoustic guitar, poetic lyrics, and a catchy beat. The tune feels especially romantic when he sings these lyrics: “And should this be the last thing I see / I want you to know it’s enough for me / ‘Cause all that you are is all that I’ll ever need / I’m so in love, so in love.” Pass the tissues, please.
“Beyond” by Leon Bridges
We love Leon Bridges for his soulful, timeless sound. “Beyond” is a great choice for your prelude playlist, but it could also work as a romantic first dance or slow dance song.
“Maestro” by Hans Zimmer
The Holiday is a must-watch movie around Christmastime, but the soundtrack is something you can enjoy all year long. “Maestro,” a cheerful instrumental arrangement, is the movie’s main theme song. It’s one of our favorite wedding prelude songs to play as your guests are arriving for the ceremony.
“Me Enamora” by Mau y Ricky
Start your wedding on an energetic note with this upbeat song by Venezuelan duo Mau y Ricky. The song combines Latin and Reggaton influences, so don’t be surprised if you see guests dancing their way to their seats!
“Love” by Lana Del Rey
Lana does it again with her signature hauntingly beautiful style. “Love” is a slow-paced but completely soulful song about, well, being in love. It’s a must-listen in terms of wedding prelude songs for modern couples, and we think it would also make an excellent choice for a first dance song.
“Die a Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett
Country music fans know that “Die a Happy Man” is one of Thomas Rhett’s most popular songs. Rhett wrote this song about his wife, and is there honestly anything more romantic than that? This laid-back song would be perfect for a beach or country wedding venue.
“All of My Days” by Alexi Murdoch
“All of My Days” is a mellow, chilled out tune to add to your list of wedding prelude songs. It will set the mood for a relaxed, low-key ceremony—we love these romantic lyrics about being together for the rest of your life: “Now I see clearly / It’s you I’m looking for /All of my days / Soon I’ll smile / I know I’ll feel this loneliness no more / All of my days.”
“La Vie En Rose” by Louis Armstrong
If you love jazz music, you’re probably already a fan of this Louis Armstrong classic. This timeless song would be ideal for a historical or vintage wedding venue, such as a ballroom, theater, estate, or museum—especially if you’re getting hitched in New Orleans.
“The Only Exception” by Paramore
Not into over-the-top love songs? This Paramore song is iconic because it gets the message across without being in-your-face mushy (and even better, it’s bound to stir up some 2000s nostalgia for your millennial guests).
“XO” by Beyoncé
Queen Bey needs no explanation. This is one of her more romantic songs, but it still has the catchy pop/R&B vibe of hers that we love so much. The song starts out slow and then builds up beautifully, which is why it’s also a popular wedding processional song in addition to being one of our favorite wedding prelude songs.
“Still Fallin'” by Hunter Hayes
Another modern country wedding ceremony song is “Still Fallin'” by Hunter Hayes. You really can’t get more sentimental than these lyrics: “I still reach for your hand because I need it / Your kiss is still the spark that lights a fire / You’re still laughing with me / And we’re still making memories / I’m still a fool for you, and there’s a million reasons why.”
“Moon River” by 2Cellos
This instrumental rendition of “Moon River” (famously sung by Audrey Hepburn in Breakfast at Tiffany’s) is perfect for a traditional wedding ceremony. We love the timeless sound of the violins and envision this arrangement being played by a string quartet at a gorgeous house of worship, ballroom or garden wedding.
“Falling in Love in a Coffee Shop” by Landon Pigg
Set the mood with this relaxing, acoustic wedding prelude song. If you’ve never heard this tune, it sounds exactly like you imagine it would based on the title—chill and a little bit indie, like your favorite coffee shop soundtrack.
“Ever Ever After” by Carrie Underwood
If you’re having the ultimate fairytale wedding, look no further than this song from the Enchanted movie soundtrack for your ceremony playlist. “Ever Ever After” is a little bit country (thanks to Carrie Underwood’s killer vocals) but the romantic message of this Disney tune is something that everyone can relate to.
“The Theme from ‘The Search for Everything'” by John Mayer
The instrumental theme from Mayer’s 2017 album, “The Search for Everything,” doesn’t include any words, just 1 minute and 53 seconds of musical perfection. We can definitely envision it being played at an outdoor bohemian-style wedding.
“Real Love” by The Beatles
Our wedding prelude songs list wouldn’t be complete without including rock music royalty. “Real Love” was originally written by John Lennon, but it wasn’t recorded until 1995, more than a decade after his death. It’s one of the last singles ever released by The Beatles, and we love it for its playful and upbeat vibe.
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Boyce Avenue Acoustic Cover Love Songs/Wedding Songs (Connie Talbot, Jennel Garcia, Hannah Trigwell)
Watch Boyce Avenue’s Acoustic Cover Love Songs/Wedding Songs (feat. Connie Talbot, Jennel Garcia, and Hannah Trigwell)
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0:00 Say You Won’t Let Go
3:30 Can You Feel The Love Tonight (feat. Connie Talbot)
11:56 Here Without You
19:39 Can’t Help Falling In Love
21:50 I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing Aerosmith (feat. Jennel Garcia)
30:03 Unchained Melody
33:36 Use Somebody (feat. Hannah Trigwell)
36:50 Hey There Delilah
44:31 Your Body Is A Wonderland
48:34 Come On Get Higher
55:46 My Girl
58:41 Kiss From A Rose
Watch Boyce Avenue’s acoustic cover love songs/wedding songs, including collaborations with Connie Talbot, Jennel Garcia, and Hannah Trigwell lovesongs weddingsongs cover umbrella perfect yellow wonderwall heytheredelilah sayyouwontletgo iris unchainedmelody canthelpfallinginlove canyoufeelthelovetonight wanted kissfromarose mygirl herewithoutyou usesomebody idontwanttomissathing faithfully yourbodyisawonderland comeongethigher boyceavenue acoustic acousticcover coversongs acousticsongs coversong
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Acoustic Covers: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PL0BD69368AB943C89\u0026playnext=1
Original Music Videos: http://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLE592C5463BB7915E\u0026playnext=1\u0026index=1
Cover Collaborations: http://youtube.com/playlist?list=PLB0A54526DAB9CF4E\u0026playnext=1\u0026index=1
Alejandro Manzano (Lead Vocals, Acoustic Guitar, Piano): http://instagram.com/alejandroluismanzano
Fabian Manzano (Background Vocals, Electric Guitar): http://instagram.com/fabianmanzano
Daniel Manzano (Background Vocals, Bass, Percussion): http://instagram.com/danielmanzano
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Ann + Tong Wedding
Photography : Friday Studio
Venue : Mellow Garden
Decoration : Clublove Wedding
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From Netherland With Love – An Intimate Garden Wedding
This is the video wedding of Dennis \u0026 Qistina. They fell in love at Netherland and then decided to get married at Malaysia. Kseena House is a wonderful and beautiful wedding venue surround by Durian’s tree.
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