Piano music can be the best choice to accompany you throughout your wedding. If you are looking to create a serene and romantic ambiance, then you might consider certain wedding piano songs. Wedding piano music come in a variety of genres, including classical, pop, rock, jazz, contemporary, and even indie. Read on to check out some of our favorites to add some magic to your big day.
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- “Engagement Party,” Justin Hurwitz
Top on our list of wedding piano songs is this lovely piano piece that would be great for your wedding dinner, cocktail, or even the prelude to the wedding ceremony. As part of the soundtrack from the movie La La Land, it would be a great addition to your playlist.
- “Thinking Out Loud” (Wedding Version), Ed Sheeran, Pachelbel, Wagner
One of the best piano songs for weddings is the piano cover of this wedding favorite. This tune is one that your guests would enjoy singing along to. The best choice for a first dance.
- “Mystery of Love/Visions of Gideon,” Moisés Nieto
From the soundtrack of the movie, “Call Me by Your Name”, the piano cover of this ethereal tune makes it a great choice for piano processional songs on your playlist.
- “Can’t Help Falling in Love” (Wedding Version), Elvis Presley, Bach, Pachelbel
The perfect song for a couple’s first dance, the romantic melody of this song is based on the French song, “Plaisir d’amour”. A love song that captures the promises of lovers to each other on such a day.
- “Amore Mio Aiutami – Main Theme,” Piero Piccioni
The instrumentals of this tune which was a major soundtrack of the Italian movie Amore Mio Aiutami, making it a great choice for a wedding ceremony prelude. It can also serve as a backdrop during the ceremony.
- “Can You Feel the Love Tonight,” Elton John
Elton John captures the feelings of most couples in this popular Disney classic. Perfect for the backdrop at a wedding reception or even a final dance.
- “Thinking Out Loud,” Pianella
Always a great choice for a first dance, the piano cover of this version of the song is the dream for any pianist’s wedding music playlist. Couples always enjoy it too.
- “Canon in D,” Johann Pachelbel
The melody and progression of this popular tune are a favorite for walking down the aisle. A classic played at many weddings across time.
- “Clair de Lune, L.32” Claude Debussy
If you are looking for piano wedding music for a first dance or even your wedding processional, then consider this delicate tune. One of Claude Debussy’s best.
- “I Won’t Give Up,” Welder Dias Piano
This piano cover of Jason Mraz’s love song will always be a great choice of piano wedding songs. It can be played during dinner, cocktail, or even for a first dance.
- “Wedding March,” Felix Mendelssohn Bartholdy
This popular bridal tune from the famous Mendelssohn is one of the most popular choices for a bridal recessional. A traditional choice, it would be great for a classic, vintage or traditional wedding.
- “So, This is Love,” Emile Pandolfi
Featured in the Disney favorite, “Cinderella’, this romantic and enchanting piece of music is another one to choose for that walk down the aisle. The perfect tune to accompany you to your happily ever after.
- “Liebesträum (Love Dream),” Franz Liszt
One of the most popular creations of Franz Liszt, this ethereal and enchanting wedding piano instrumental is perfect for a wedding processional. Make a dreamy entrance with Liebesträum.
- “A Thousand Years,” The Piano Guys
The piano cover for this romantic tune is a lovely choice for the backdrop of a wedding reception or a slow dance.
- “A Thousand Years” (Wedding Version), Christina Perri, Bach, Gounod, Pachelbel
This version of Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years” is often chosen for a first dance but would do in other aspects of a wedding reception as well.
- “Ave Maria,” Franz Schubert
If you are having a traditional wedding, then consider this perfect tune for your wedding ceremony. A great choice for a backdrop or prelude.
- “Isn’t She Lovely,” Yohan Kim
This song is always perfect for a father-daughter dance. The piano cover is especially divine.
- “Bridal Chorus,” Richard Wagner
One of the most famous wedding entrance songs, Richard Wagner’s Bridal Chorus, also known as “Here Comes the Bride”, makes for the perfect professional.
Wedding piano songs create a romantic atmosphere that would be perfect for any wedding day. Choose either of these to accompany you as you enter into your happily ever after.