7 Country Processional Music For Walking Down The Aisle

7 Country Processional Music For Walking Down The Aisle

If your heart is set on having country music for your processional, we’ve got you covered. On this list, we have seven wedding-worthy songs you can ask your wedding DJ to play for your ceremony.

God Gave Me You by Blake Shelton

If you’ve found that someone who has stayed with you through difficulties never let that person go. “The person that I’ve been lately ain’t who I want to be,” Country singer and Voice Coach Blake Shelton sings. “But you stay here right beside me.”

I Don’t Dance by Lee Brice

This song is perfect for both processional and first dances during the ceremony. “I don’t dance, but here I am, spinning you around and around in circles.” It has that romantic country vibe, but with a poppier vibe.

Love Story by Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift can add a little more romance and fantasy to your wedding with the song, Love Story. The start is paced just right for the processional and there are a number of other versions of it that you can choose from as well.

Making Memories Of Us by Keith Urban

I’m gonna be here for you from now on, this you know somehow.” The country song tells all with a promise of forever in your wedding day. If you want to announce your love and commitment to your spouse, you can convey that emotion with this song.

To Make You Feel My Love by Garth Brooks

This country classic will certainly touch everyone’s hearts, ensuring that they feel the love between you and your spouse. Garth Brooks’ version makes use of piano music to add an even more romantic flair to the music. It’s a lovely song that declares your start to forever with, “I could hold you for a million years to make you feel my love.

From this Moment On by Shania Twain

Another wedding classic, your guests will get to feel the moment as you walk down the aisle. The opening lyrics, “From this moment life has begun,” tells everyone that you’re ready to start a new future—and to make it a good one as well.

I Swear by John Michael Montgomery

Whether you’re listening to John Michael Montgomery’s version or All 4 One’s, no one can deny that this song is solemn and pure. When the singer croons, “I’ll be there for better or worse, ‘til death do us part,” it sounds like a vow already.

To make your wedding more memorable, ask your wedding DJ to add a few note-worthy country songs to the list. A romantic country spin during your processional will have guests moving with tears.


Want more?

Want more country processional music songs? Grab your copy of Bridal Songs Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music 2nd Edition a one of a kind wedding ceremony music resource! Find the perfect song for your wedding celebration.

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You will find great wedding songs for all parts of your wedding ceremony from 11 genres of music. You can find songs easily as the songs are listed by genre, artist and song title. The book details the different parts of the American wedding ceremony.

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