Country Wedding Songs

Rustic Wedding DJ Tips: Country Wedding Songs For Your Rustic Wedding

Without country music, a rustic wedding would be completed. When it comes to organising a rustic rural wedding, nothing beats music for setting the tone. But, with millions of beautiful romantic tunes to select from, how can you narrow it down to only five hours for your special day? From the ceremony and unique music to passionate dances and funny goodbye songs after the reception, these best country wedding songs are suitable for all elements of your wedding. So take a peek and get some ideas for your special day!

Country Wedding Songs for your Rustic Wedding

Blake Shelton’s “God Gave Me You.”
This reminds the happy couple that unicorns and butterflies aren’t constantly there. Unfortunately, hard times occur, but they now have each other to help them get through them. It is such a lovely message for a wedding song.

Lonestar’s “Amazed.”
This lovely classic is a must-have for any rustic wedding. It’s a slow, flowing song with all guests joining the new couple on the dance floor. The singer’s commitment to the listener and his admiration are shown in words, comparable to other songs on this list. But it also shows his sentiments about how close the pair is and how unlike any other relationship he’s ever had. Now that the band has reformed, perhaps more gems like this will be released.

Lee Brice’s “A Woman Like You.”
Any country song in which your lover is compared to all of your favourite things is a winner. The singer declares that he would give up his project vehicle, deep-sea fishing, boys’ poker night, and a slew of other things if he could spend the rest of his life with his girlfriend. It’s a little peppy, but it also serves as a subtle reminder that your relationship is worth it.

Shania Twain’s “You’re Still the One.”
This song may be ideal for you if you’re getting remarried or have been together for a long time before deciding to marry. It harkens back to trying times, but it also reminds the listener that the pair have overcome their difficulties.

Brad Paisley’s “Then.”
You can’t fathom ever-loving your lover more than you do on your wedding day. However, as your relationship progresses, you learn to love that person even more. This song is about how a relationship grows and develops through time. He goes on to detail the proposal and other milestones of their relationship.

Rascal Flatts’ “Bless the Broken Road.”
One of the marvellous things about country music is that it doesn’t shy away from complex topics. Country songs are honest about messy relationships, but love is still worth the effort. This one is no exception, with lyrics reflecting the singer’s misfortunes. Yet, despite these obstacles, he could find the love of his life. He wouldn’t exchange the problematic days for anything because they brought him to the listener.

Randy Travis’ “Forever and Ever, Amen.”
There’s nothing sweeter than his voice unless you mix Randy Travis’s deep, wholesome richness with a love tune. The vocalist vows to love the listener “forever and ever,” citing reasons she may use to make him lose interest in her. He swears, however, that he will never do so.

Garth Brooks’ “To Make You Feel My Love.”
This rendition of Bob Dylan’s original song is stunning. It’s a lovely slow song to round off the performance, and visitors will enjoy the beautiful romantic dance choice. The words are significant, with each stanza depicting an apocalyptic scenario in which the singer would still provide solace to the audience. “There’s nothing I wouldn’t do to make you feel my love,” it continues, reflecting the newlyweds’ devotion and reminding visitors of their commitment to one another.

Zac Brown Band’s “Whatever It Is.”
This song is about the singer’s wife having “whatever it is” that makes him feel intoxicated. He makes an honest effort to name her positive qualities. He continues in a similar vein but adds that there’s something about her that he can’t quite put his finger on. It would be an excellent first dance or even a wedding ceremony song.

Luke Bryan’s “Knockin’ Boots.”
Guests make jokes about the honeymoon and taunt the new couple about the wedding night at every wedding. This song celebrates that certain things are meant to be together (like ice and whiskey or sweet tea and sugar). This delightful song is to send the new couple out on their first date. It’s a nice, but not risqué, phrase, and playing it will make everyone smile while wishing well for the newlywed.

You’re covered when it comes to the proper music to create the tone for your big event. These top country wedding songs will provide you with some excellent options for your Rustic Wedding DJ. If you have any pieces you don’t want them to play, make sure you offer them a “do not play” playlist. Otherwise, you’re ready to move on to other aspects of the wedding, such as the cake, decorations, and the ideal wedding barn.


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Country Wedding Songs