Top wedding transport songsThere are so many moments throughout your wedding day that you will remember forever- when the bride walks down the aisle; the moment you exit the venue as man and wife; the cutting of the cake. Plus, one of the most special moments is your first dance. Although, whilst many couples think of the first dance music in detail before the big day, many forget the transport music to be played in your hired wedding car. Whether you enjoy more traditional music, or something a little more edgy, you will want to ensure that every piece of music played throughout the day means something to you as a couple. For some wedding transport music inspiration, take a look at our list of the best:
Elbow- One Day Like This
This song is catchy and uplifting, ensuring that it will be stuck in everyone’s head for hours. Its beautiful yet unusual vocals alongside the haunting string sections, this track is a fabulous choice for those wanting to listen to something a little out of the ordinary.
Elvis Presley- I Can’t Help Falling in Love with You
Whether you are travelling to the ceremony with your father, grandfather, mother or grandmother, this song is definitely one to please the older generations. The song has plenty of romantic lyrics to set that wedding mood on your way to your ceremony/reception.
Etta James- At Last
This is a perfect choice if you’ve picked a vintage-themed wedding, this song from the 1960’s makes a fabulous accompaniment to your wedding travel.
Norah Jones- Come Away with Me
This is more of a usual wedding choice with a modern twist. Norah Jones’ brilliant vocals and the songs lyrics make this track a fabulous choice for transport music.
Queen- You’re My Best Friend
Put a smile on your dad's face whilst travelling to your wedding with this track from everyone’s favourite rockers, Queen. Plus, what a fun choice for your journey, you will certainly put your wedding nerves aside to rock side to side to this anthem.
Whichever playlist you put together for your wedding transport music, be sure to incorporate some of you and your partners’ favourite songs. Each song should mean something to the two of you.