Country Brides Entrance Songs

Country Brides Entrance Songs

Country Brides Entrance Songs

Country songs are some of the best songs written as far as lyrics and melody is concerned. That’s why including them during weddings is an absolute must.

The bride’s entrance is the most anticipated part of any wedding. Some guests might even be wondering if they’ll see a live reenactment of the hit movie ‘The Runaway Bride’. Kidding aside, it’s the moment when the bride walks in solemnly wearing her white gown, while her groom is anxiously waiting at the altar, teary eyed, thinking about how lucky he is.

To make this part of the wedding even more memorable, why not throw in some good old country brides entrance songs.

From This Moment by Shania Twain.

Shania Twain broke into the music scene crooning country tunes but was accepted by the world with arms wide open. Even non-lovers of country music are sure to have sung a Shania Twain song or two during karaoke sessions. Chances are, From This Moment is one of those songs. It’s a staple for weddings who want a little touch of country music without overwhelming their guests.

Grow Old With Me by Mary Chapin Carpenter.

The song was originally written by the legendary John Lennon and features the very soothing voice of Mary Chapin Carpenter. It speaks of how God blesses the union between two people and the unending love between them. The song is very solemn and pure with only the piano in the foreground, and some strings in the background. This one should elicit tears easily from the couple or even the guests. The words are just too lovely to ignore.

She’s Everything by Brad Paisley.

One thing to love about country music is the lack of pretenses. Elements of the song are laid out with plain words. No room for enigmas and dizzying metaphors. And when you’re describing ‘everything’ in a song, this is the way to go. Brad Paisley nailed that with his song She’s Everything. It tells of how much a girl means to him by describing her like she’s everything that he has in life.

She’s In Love with the Boy by Trisha Yearwood.

Trisha Yearwood is another one of those female country singers who has a very distinct voice and has managed to break into the mainstream. Love is blind or so they say. And this song agrees with that cliché. It tells the story of a girl who falls in love with a guy even though there’s really nothing to love about him. Even if her father tells her not to, she goes out with the guy. Until the mother told the father that he was the same as that guy before. Nothing to his name and ain’t worth a lick but love changed all that.

The Way You Love Me by Faith Hill.

Country music doesn’t have a shortage of very talented ladies and Faith Hill is excellent proof of that. She has a countless beautiful songs, but this one surely fits the wedding theme. The Way You Love Me tells of how much a woman appreciates the person she loves. The tune is playful and the lyrics, simple. Perfect for country bride’s entrance songs.

You Had Me From Hello by Kenny Chesney.

The title says it all—something that many brides and grooms could certainly attest to when it comes to their beloved. Whether or not it was love at first sight for the couple, this is one song that can still charm anyone who listens to it. It’s perfect for a country bride (or any bride!) and fully expresses a woman’s feelings towards the person they love.

So there you have it, just a few of the best Country Brides Entrance Songs.

Want more?

Want more Country wedding recessional 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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