The Best Country Wedding Love Songs | Austin’s Best DJs & Photo Booths

While many people think of Country music as sad or depressing songs, this is certainly a misconception. Country music has a ton of happy songs, and love songs, too! Many of those songs are perfect Country wedding love songs that can be played at any wedding.

Popular Country Wedding & Love Songs Austin's Best DJs

Popular Country Love Songs for Your Wedding

When most people think of wedding ceremonies and sometimes, wedding reception songs, almost no one thinks about fun songs. People usually don’t think of songs that they have on their Spotify list or on their phones. Most people are used to the traditional wedding classical music for ceremonies, and for receptions, the key moment songs can vary, too. 

We’re seeing more and more people making their wedding ceremonies and receptions as unique as they are, by choosing songs that fit them! While there are a variety of genres, we encourage people to choose the music for their ceremony and reception that best fits them. Here are some popular Country love songs that we see used in many of our weddings.

If you’re looking for Texas Country songs, be sure to check out our TX Country Songs for Weddings. By the way, if you’re having a wedding in Texas, you MUST include a song from one of those lists, or any George Strait songs will work, too. haha 🙂 

Here are some great examples of Country wedding ceremony songs. 

Country Wedding Love Songs (Ceremony)

​”Beautiful Every Time,” by Lee Brice

“Bless the Broken Road,” by Rascal Flatts

“Valentine,” by Jim Brickman and Martina McBride

“Cowboy Take Me Away,” by Dixie Chicks

“When I Said I Do,” by Clint Black and Lisa Hartman Black

“Makin’ Plans,” by Miranda Lambert

“Lost In This Moment,” by Big & Rich

“Look at Me,” by Carrie Underwood

“Wanted,” by Hunter Hayes

“From This Moment On,” by Shania Twain

“Your Everything,” by Keith Urban

“First Love Song,” by Luke Bryan

Country First Dance Songs

​”God Gave Me You,” by Blake Shelton

“It’s Your Love,” by Tim Mcgraw and Faith Hill

“I Don’t Dance,” by Lee Brice

“I Do,” by Jessie James Decker

“You Move Me,” by Garth Brooks

“My Best Friend,” by Tim Mcgraw

“You Had Me From Hello,” by Kenny Chesney

“Making Memories of Us,” by Keith Urban

“I Run to You,” by Lady Antebellum

“Mine Would Be You,” by Blake Shelton

“I Cross My Heart,” by George Strait

“You’re Still the One,” by Shania Twain

“Breathe,” by Faith Hill

“Me and You,” by Kenny Chesney

“Dance Real Slow,” by Easton Corbin

“Amazed,” by Lonestar

“Then,” by Brad Paisley

“Whatever It Is,” by Zac Brown Band

“Holding on to You,” by Miranda Lambert

“Speechless” Dan + Shay

“Tennessee Whiskey” Chris Stapleton

Parent(s) Dance(s) (Father/Daughter, Mother/Son, Mother/Daughter)

​”My Wish,” by Rascal Flatts 

“I’ll Be,” by Reba McEntire

“Anything Like Me,” by Brad Paisley

“I Hope You Dance,” by Lee Ann Womack

“Like My Mother Does,” by Lauren Alaina

“Mother Like Mine,” by The Band Perry

“The Dance,” by Garth Brooks

“The Baby,” by Blake Shelton

“All-American Girl,” by Carrie Underwood

“Love Like Crazy,” by Lee Brice

“My Little Girl,” by Tim Mcgraw

“Don’t Blink,” by Kenny Chesney

“How ‘Bout Them Cowgirls,” by George Strait

“There Goes My Life,” by Kenny Chesney

“I Loved Her First,” by Heartland

“It Won’t Be Like This for Long,” by Darius Rucker

“Daddy’s Hands,” by Holly Dunn

“Mamas Song” Carrie Underwood

Couple Introduction Songs (Reception Grand Entrance)

“That’s My Kind of Night” Luke Bryan

“Check Yes or No,” by George Strait

“Lovin’ You Is Fun,” by Easton Corbin

“Homegrown,” by Zac Brown Band

“Sunshine and Whiskey,” by Frankie Ballard

“Me and My Gang,” by Rascal Flatts

“Party People,” by Florida Georgia Line

“Stuck Like Glue,” by Sugarland

“Somebody Like You” Keith Urban

Last Dance Songs (End of the Dance/Reception)

These are all great last dance, country wedding love songs, but they’re perfect for any time of the night!


“Friends in Low Places,” by Garth Brooks “Honey Bee,” by Blake Shelton

“My Eyes,” by Blake Shelton

“Carrying Your Love With Me,” by George Strait

“These Last Few Days,” by Lee Brice

“Your Man,” by Josh Turner

“True Believers,” by Darius Rucker

“Rewind,” by Rascal Flatts

“Baby Be My Love Song,” by Easton Corbin

“Just a Kiss,” by Lady Antebellum

“When the Stars Go Blue,” by Tim McGraw

“This,” by Darius Rucker

“Run Away With You,” by Big & Rich

“That’s Where It Is,” by Carrie Underwood

“She’s Everything,” by Brad Paisley

“Perfect Storm,” by Brad Paisley

While there are numerous other great Country wedding love songs, and awesome songs from all genres, these are some of the popular examples of great Country songs that we often play at weddings. Don’t forget to check out our ABDJs’ music library, for more examples of wedding reception songs, from a variety of genres. 

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Jason Alexander Rubio

Jason has a Master's of Education (MEd), and a Master's of Public Affairs (MPAff). and has been in the DJ field for over 2 decades as a DJ, nightclub owner, radio show DJ/host, bar/club DJ, concert & festival organizer/promoter, and is the co-founder and owner of Austin's Best DJs & Photo Booths, Radio DJ Drops, Rent Letters Now, and Quince Expos. Jason is also a certified wedding/event planner and has written articles/been featured in The NY Times, Brides, Style Me Pretty, Bustle, Disc Jockey News, DJ Times, DJNTV, The DJ Insider, Mobile Beat, My Wedding Songs, Fox Business News, NBC, ABC, Telemundo, and Wedding Planner Magazine.Jason also published his book "Succeeding in the Wedding Business," in January of 2023. He currently writes all of the wedding/event planning tips and blogs to help everyone plan their event, successfully!

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