Choosing the right song for your wedding video and trailer is as important as investing in a wedding photographer and videographer. Because it is the song in the background that uplifts the mood and the entire vibe of your wedding film. While most couples leave this decision on the videographer’s team, we recommend that song selection for the wedding video must be done by the couple.
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Also, while the couples often have a clear idea of what their wedding album should look like, they don’t really spend time on personalizing their wedding video and trailers. Well, just as with any movie, choosing a suitable soundtrack for your wedding film is of the utmost importance. From finding that perfect bridal entry song, first couple dance track to your vidaai song, you definitely need to spend some time putting together your wedding playlist. So, if you can’t decide on what songs to pick for your wedding film, we have already done all the research!
Here are some of the best music tracks- from classic oldies to modern hits to include in your wedding video:
1. You Can Never Go Wrong With The Magical Unplugged Music Tracks
Well, find unplugged covers of your favourite songs to give a raw and candid vibe to your wedding video. Right from unplugged versions of Punjabi wedding songs and Hindi-English unplugged tracks to romantic Coke Studio tracks, this list has it all.
-Dilbaro | Din Shagna | Madhaniya (Mashup) – Akriti Kakar
This unplugged version is perfect for those emotional and heartfelt bride’s moments with her family.
-Tu Jo Mila- Raabta | Shirley Setia Jubin Nautiyal
You can include this romantic unplugged version in few of your pre wedding video shots including your first dance film.
-Latthay Di Chaadar| Quratulain Balouch & Farhan Saeed
A beautiful unplugged version to bring alive all those fun-filled and lovable moments you spent with your friends and family.
2. Make It Memorable For You By Adding Wedding Mashup Songs To Your Wedding Video
-Wedding Mashup 2019 | DJ Hitesh | Namita Choudhary
Well, the beauty of a wedding film lies in its heartwarming music and this one’s surely giving us goosebumps.
-Ultimate Fun Wedding Mashup By Jankee Feat. Arpan
This one has all of our favorite hindi tracks including Gala Goodiyan, London Thumakda, Nachde Ne Saare and more.
-The Chainsmokers – Closer Kabira ft. Casey Breves Vidya Vox Mashup Cover
A perfect mashup which depicts the story of every couple!
Also, check out These Mashup Songs For Bridal Solo Performance.
3. How About An Evergreen Wedding Medley To Include In Your Sangeet Video?
Remember the iconic Sangeet medley playlist played in the movie “Mujhse Dosti Karoge”? Well, include this one to compile your sangeet video and make it a treat to watch for all your family members-from oldies to the kids!
4. Romantic + Dancing Hindi Songs For Your Wedding Film!
-Sadi Gali, Tanu Weds Manu
Because wedding madness is incomplete without some fun tracks like these.
-Jaise Mera Tu – Happy Ending
Some romantic tracks like this one is all you need to get the right dose of romance rolling in your wedding video.
-Mast Magan, 2 States
Get ready to fall in love all over again with this romantic track.
-Ve Maahi, Kesari
-Tera Hone Laga Hoon, Ajab Prem Ki Gazab Kahani
-Ek Dil Hai Ek Jaan- Female Cover By Shreya Karmakar
Can’t get over this royal and romantic track from the movie Padmavat.
Dhadak- Female Cover By Shreya Karmakar
Also, check out These Classic And Evergreen Couple Entry Songs For Reception.
5. Add These All Time Favorite English Tracks To Your Wedding Video
-Christina Perri – A Thousand Years
-Ed Sheeran- Perfect
-Lauv- I Like Me Better
-Marry You, Bruno Mars
-Beyonce- Love On Top
Well, while these songs are the one which will definitely add up those perfect emotions and feelings you have been undergoing since the first time you decided to get married till you were finally united. However, you can anytime add your favorite songs in the list or any special song that connects you and your partner perfectly.
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