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46 Great Country Wedding Songs for Walking Down the Aisle

There is no bigger moment in a person’s life than that of their wedding day. Here is a look at some great country wedding songs for walking down the aisle that will help to encourage a perfect event.

Amen Kind of Love – Daryle Singletary
Better Man – The Warren Brothers
Cowboy Take Me Away – Dixie Chicks
Don’t Think I Can’t Love You – Jake Owen
Forever & Ever Amen – Randy Travis
From This Moment On – Shania Twain
God Gave Me You – Blake Shelton
Hey Pretty Girl – Kip Moore
History in The Making – Darius Rucker
How Do I Live – LeAnn Rimes
I Always Liked That Best – Cyndi Thomson
I Could Not Ask for More – Sara Evans
I Love You This Big – Scotty McCreary
It’s A Love Thing – Keith Urban
Keeper of The Stars – Tracy Byrd
Like Jesus Does – Eric Church
Living in a Moment – Ty Herndon
Long, Slow Kisses – Jeff Bates
Look At You – Big and Rich
Love Is Alive – The Judds
Love Me Tender – Elvis Presley
Love of My Life – Sammy Kershaw
Love Story – Taylor Swift
Love, Me – Collin Raye
Making Memories of Us – Keith Urban
Mama’s Song – Carrie Underwood
Marry Me – Train and Martina McBride
Me And You – Kenny Chesney
Must Be Doin’ Somethin’ Right – Billy Currington
She Said Yes – Rhett Akins
She Thinks She Needs Me – Andy Griggs
She’s In Love With the Boy – Trisha Yearwood
The Rose – Conway Twitty
Til My Last Day – Justin Moore
To Make You Feel My Love – Garth Brooks or Trisha Yearwood
True Believers – Darius Rucker
Valentine – Martina McBride
Wanted – Hunter Hayes
What a Beautiful Day – Chris Cagle
When Love Finds You – Vince Gill
Who I Am With You – Chris Young
Yes! – Chad Brock
You Had Me From Hello – Kenny Chesney
You Make It Look So Easy – Eric Church
Your Everything – Keith Urban
Your Love Amazes Me – John Berry

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