Your wedding day is a day full of love! Intimacy will create your vows, be showcased within your first kiss as newlyweds, and of course, be the prominent feature of your first dance. There is no doubt that you and your partner are head over heels for each other, and you can showcase your bond even further throughout your music.
With so many romantic songs that can fill our hearts with intimacy, why not incorporate them into your big day?
There are many reasons to showcase romance within your wedding! That’s why, here at Philadelphia String Quartet, we have gathered the top songs full of love that you can have performed at your wedding. If you are interested in reflecting even more love within your big day, be sure to continue reading for some inspiration:
· At Last by Etta James. Chances are you have heard At Last by Etta James, as it is such a classic, romantic song that will tug at your heart strings. Reflecting that love has finally come along, it is a perfect song choice for a wedding. Everyone wants to find their soulmate, and when you finally find them, your “lonely days are over”, and “life is like a song”.
· Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars. If you are looking for a more modern song for your big day, Just the Way You Are by Bruno Mars is such a loving option. The lyrics of this song showcase that you should love your partner just the way that they are, as that is what makes them amazing!
· I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz. Another modern song, I Won’t Give Up by Jason Mraz, is a wonderful tune that depicts overcoming hardships as a couple. Raw in emotion, you can find comfort that no matter what you go through together, you can get through anything, as you refuse to never give up on one another.
For a day, as special as your wedding day, it deserves to be as romantic as possible! With the right music, it can be. If you are still looking for a wedding band in Philadelphia, be sure to contact us today, as Philadelphia String Quartet is ready to provide you with great sound for your Philadelphia wedding.
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