From R&B, pop, ultra cheesy and rock to country, folk and jazz, this is our ultimate collection of wedding songs that make us croon and swoon. Keep these wedding songs playing in a separate tab while you browse our wedding inspiration and marriage equality information.



Wedding songs for LGBTQ+ weddings

No matter whether you have a cover band belting out songs, a DJ playing music on a laptop, or a friend managing an iPhone, keep in mind that you don’t have to suffer through hetero love songs at your own wedding. These tunes testify to queer love:

“If I Had You” (Adam Lambert)

“She Says” (Ani DiFranco)

“What a Beautiful Day” (Brett Every)

“Hold Each Other” (Chad King of A Great Big World)

“Let’s Make Love and Listen to Death from Above” (CSS)

“So Beautiful” (Darren Hayes)

“Forrest Gump” (Frank Ocean)

“Too Young to Be in Love” (Hunx and His Punx)

“She” (Jen Foster)

“Power of Two” (Indigo Girls)

“I Kissed a Girl” (Jill Sobule)

“I Think She Knows” (Kaki King/Justin Timberlake)

“She Keeps Me Warm” (Mary Lambert)

“Handsome Man” (Matt Alber)

“Latch” (Sam Smith)

“The First Time” (Matt Fishel)

“I’m the Only One” (Melissa Etheridge)

“Origin of Love” (Mika)

“Real” (Olly Alexander of Years and Years)

“Might Tell You Tonight” (Scissor Sisters)

“Damn I Wish I Was Your Lover” (Sophie B. Hawkins)

“Closer” (Tegan and Sara)

“Jet Boy, Jet Girl” (Elton Motello/The Damned)

“Papa Was a Rodeo” (The Magnetic Fields)

“Gasoline” (Troye Sivan)

This song list is adapted from an excerpt from Equally Wed: The Ultimate Guide to Planning Your LGBTQ+ Wedding by Kirsten Palladino (foreword by Lance Bass and Michael Turchin), Seal Press, May 2017.