19 wedding sing-along songs to get your guests belting their faves #Reception Advice#music#sing-along#wedding songs Updated Mar 15 2021 (Posted Jan 25 2021) Offbeat Editors Photo by Urban Light Studios I want to include a group sing-along song, as part of my ceremony. Were it a traditional wedding, it'd be a hymn, but it's going to be completely non-religious. So, I'm hoping for some suggestions of songs that are: Of a romantic nature Easy to sing Well-known by a variety of people from different walks of life -Cassan Sing-alongs have a way of making people happy. Non-dancers have something joyful to do and dancers can belt out the song while they boogie. Just standing together and breathing in unison (as you naturally do when you sing together) creates a sense of togetherness that's hard to beat. A good sing-along has memorable words, or at least a couple of memorable lines people can jump in on. They can't require a huge vocal range and they must have a catchy tune. Older songs are fine, especially if you have multiple generations on your guest list. Some guests will remember the song from the Top 40 list of their youth, and others may know it from a recent movie. The song should be pretty popular, though, at least with your crowd. Familiar songs are more likely to get everyone singing. Our list of the 19 best wedding sing-along songs Here's a list of perfect sing-along songs, along with the artist. Click through to hear samples or buy the songs (you may want to buy the files — streaming services are notorious for flaking out at critical moments!!) "All You Need Is Love," by the Beatles "Rainbow Connection," by Paul Williams (as sung by Kermit the Frog) "So Happy Together," by the Turtles "Ain't No Mountain High Enough," by Marvin Gaye "Brown Eyed Girl," by Van Morrison "That's Amore," by Dean Martin "Lady Marmalade," by the Pointer Sisters "Fight for Your Right to Party," by the Beastie Boys "Don't Stop Believin'," by Journey "Lean on Me," by Bill Withers "Marry You," by Bruno Mars "I've Had the Time of My Life," by by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes "Stand by Me," by Ben E. King "A Thousand Years," by Boyce Avenue "Can You Feel the Love Tonight," by Elton John "Eres Tu," by Mocedades (for Spanish speakers) "Best of My Love," by the Emotions "The Way You Make Me Feel," by Michael Jackson "Wonderwall," by Oasis You might prefer Willie Nelson for "Rainbow Connection" or The Supremes for "Ain't No Mountain High Enough." Go with your favorites. Related Post Encourage spontaneous wedding singing as you walk down the aisle Guests burst into song as Briavael and Nikki danced down the aisle after their ceremony, perfectly capturing the joy and festivity of the day. If spontaneous wedding singing on the… Read More How to get people to sing-along at your wedding How can you encourage people to sing along? Briavael and Nikki printed lyrics on their program and handed out kazoos to make sure non-singers had a good way to join in. Play the music loud so nobody has to feel self-conscious when they sing. Call it a "holler-along" song to make it clear that you want the love, not the musical ability. If you have strong singers in your group, ask them ahead of time to lead the sing-along. With or without a microphone, a confident singer (who got a heads-up so they could remind themselves of the lyrics) can make it easier for everyone. Related Post Wedding standards and audience participation songs that won't embarrass you I've seen the posts about first dance and father-daughter dance songs that aren't overdone and cheesy. But there's another tune or two that haven't been... Read more Are you choosing just one song? That might be all your guests want to sing. On the other hand, some might need a couple of songs to warm up to the idea — or they might be having so much fun they want to keep singing. You know your friends and family best. Consider having one for-sure song, plus another you'll pull out if people are really enjoying themselves. Listen — really listen –to the lyrics of the song or songs before you make your choice. Often, we don't realize that there's a sad section in a favorite song. And that might not be a deal-breaker. Whitney Houston's "I Wanna Dance with Somebody" is a popular song at weddings in spite of all the "lonely heart" lyrics. But make sure you know ahead of time so you can make an informed choice. With the right songs and the right spirit, your sing-along might be the most memorable moment of the wedding. Related Post Two brides, air plants, and Dr. Seuss at this modern boho wedding on Lake Michigan Marta and Christine celebrated their wedding with an intimate gathering of friends and family at Camp Blodgett on Lake Michigan. The day was characterized by opposites coming together: boho meets… Read More PREVIOUS Covid turned my hallowedding into an elopement (but it was still magical!) NEXT 2021 unique wedding dress trends for Offbeat Brides Show/Hide comments [ 5 ] Some great ideas to pass on to my couples. Reply Singing is one of the best ways to spread COVID, too! Great idea to publish this in the midst of a pandemic 🙂 🙂 🙂 Reply Singing — especially loudly — is one of the best ways to spread COVID, too! Great idea to publish this in the midst of a pandemic 🙂 🙂 🙂 Reply I can't wait for a good old wedding sing along 🙂 Reply Interesting choices. It's been a while since I've seen a full dance floor at a wedding. Reply Join the conversation Cancel ReplyYour email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Sign me up for your offbeat awesomeness newsletter! No-drama comment policy Part of what makes the Offbeat Empire different is our commitment to civil, constructive commenting. Make sure you're familiar with our no-drama comment policy. Biz owners & wedding bloggers Please just use your real name in your comment, not your business name or blog title. Our comments are not the place to pimp your website. If you want to promote your stuff on Offbeat Bride, join us as an advertiser instead.