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Top 10 Christian Songs for Weddings

“So they are no longer two, but one flesh. Therefore what God has joined together, let no one separate.”

Matthew 19:6

Wedding day is an exciting day for the groom and the bride, for their friends and for their loved ones. Preparations are made in advance, the time and place are set, invitations are sent and so on. It’s a day to look forward to. It’s a day of celebrating life’s beauty and God’s goodness as well.

So, with that, I have compiled the Top 10 Christian for Weddings (not in particular order) . They are the popular and common songs we hear during wedding ceremonies. These songs also good for married couples who are celebrating their anniversaries or who simply want to sing a song for their spouses – it will strengthen the bond of marriage.

When God Made You by Newsong ft. Natalie Grant

Newsong Ft. Natalie Grant – When God Made You [With Lyrics/Español]

loucinhaha sido un misterio para mí ¿El Cómo dos corazones pueden unirse Y durar para siempre su amor? Pero ahora que te he encontrado, lo entiendo. Que un milagro ha llegado Cuando Dios envío a la persona perfecta Ahora se han ido todas mis preguntas acerca del por qué Y nunca antes he estado tan seguro de algo en mi vida Oh, me pregunto ¿qué estaba pensando Dios cuando te creó a ti? Me pregunto si Él, sabía lo que yo necesitaba Porque todos mis sueños se hacieron realidad, cuando Dios te creo Debio haber estado pensando en mí. Prometo que a donde quiera que vayas Donde quiera que la vida te pueda llevar Con todo mi corazón estare allí también Y a partir de este momento, quiero que sepas No dejare que nada se interponga entre nosotros Y Amare a sus seres queridos Ahora han quedado atrás todas mis preguntas del por qué Y nunca antes he estado tan seguro de algo en mi vida Me pregunto ¿qué estaba pensando Dios cuando te creó a ti? Me pregunto si Él, sabía lo que yo necesitaba Porque todos mis sueños se hacieron realidad, cuando Dios te creo Debio haber estado pensando en mí. Él creo el sol, y la luna Para armonizarlos en perfecta sintonía Uno no puede moverse sin el otro ... Tienen que estar juntos Y es por eso, Que sé que es verdad Que Tú eres para mí y yo soy para ti Porque mi mundo no puede girar Si tu no estas en mi vida Me pregunto ¿qué estaba pensando Dios cuando te creó a ti? Me pregunto si Él, sabía lo que yo necesitaba Porque todos mis sueños se hacieron realidad, Debió haber escuchado todas las oraciones que le hice Sí,Él sabía todo lo que necesitaba Cuando Dios te hizo, el lo sabia. Cuando mis sueños se hacieron realidad Y Cuando Dios te hizo Debió haber estado pensando en mí.">

This song testifies that God is the best matchmaker in universe. “He must have heard every prayer I’ve been praying because He knew everything I would need”. Yes, God hears our prayers more so, when it’s about our mate and in so many cases, His answers are totally different from what we ask for but without a doubt, it’s still the BEST.

 

God Bless the Broken Road by Selah

Selah – Bless The Broken Road (with lyrics)

We can get lost along the road of ‘true love’ because of our own hearts. We get broken, we endure the pain of heartaches, we bear the scars, but what’s profound about this song is that those who broke our hearts are just “Northern Stars pointing me on my way into your loving arms”.

 

I Will Be Here by Steven Curtis Chapman

I Will Be Here – Steven Curtis Chapman Worship Video with lyrics

Can you hear God singing the song to you? I think many will agree that this isn’t just a song for wedding or marriage but it’s also the Lord’s love song for His bride – we, His people. Let me quote C.S. Lewis,

” Human love says: If  you need anything, I will be there. God’s love says: You will never be in need of anything, I am always here.”

Amazing, isn’t it?

 

Love is Not A Fight by Warren Barfield

Warren Barfield ~ Love Is Not A Fight [Lyrics] (From the movie Fireproof)

“Love is not a place to come and go as we please”. Indeed, marriage is a sacred covenant sanctified by God no matter what the circumstances surrounding the wedding ceremony. As long as it took place, as long as vows were exchanged, God sanctified the marriage. So, it should be respected and no man (or woman) should separate it.

 

You are the Love of My Life  by Darlene Zschech ft. Ron Kenoly

You Are the Love of my Life – Darlene & Ron Kenoly.mp4

This song is a love song for the Lord but it has been sung in weddings so I included it here. This goes to show that far above the love the the couple share with each other is a greater love by God. He is the one that bonds and strengthens the marriage.

 

 When I Say I do by Matthew West

♪. When I Say I Do – Matthew West ( Lyrics In Description)

The most important part of the wedding is the exchanging of vows. It captures everything about what the marriage covenant the couple is entering into – intimate companionship between two people.

 

Love Never Fails by Brandon Heath

Love Never Fails – Brandon Heath

When I hear this song, I always remember 1 Corinthians Chapter 13, the Chapter of Love. There is no other man that exemplifies love but Jesus Christ.

 

The Day Before You by Matthew West

The Day Before You – Matthew West [with lyrics]

What do you feel when you think you can’t be able to find the person that you can marry? Well, Matthew West pretty sums it up all here: he felt dejected and alone but that was the “Day Before You”.

 

I Promise by Jaci Velasquez

I Promise by Jaci Velasquez

The dream of every single is to find their God-appointed mate one day. Jaci Velasquez had made promise to God and to herself  to wait for the one God has prepared for her. This song also attests that sometimes we can go astray from the path because of the unhealthy desires of the heart but God is good nevertheless. He will keep us from stumbling.

 

The Marriage Prayer by John Waller

John Waller – The Marriage Prayer w/Lyrics

This is the ultimate song about marriage. Marriage should be like what Paul described in Ephesians 5:33 “each one of you also must love his wife as he loves himself, and the wife must respect her husband”. This song is a prayer and guess what? God honors prayers such as this, He will surely answer.

 

 

So, that’s the Top 10 Christian Songs for Weddings. I pray you have enjoyed listening to them. If you have some weddings songs to suggest, or any comments you want to get through to me, please comment on below. Thanks and God bless us all!

  • Becca McAllister

    I love these!! My wedding day is in April, and it is so important for both of us to have beautiful Christian music
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    Flower Arranging by Vase

    I love to pick up a nice bunch of flowers when I see some of my faves at the market (peonies, lillies, hydrangeas, to name a few), but when I get them home I never know how to arrange them in a way that looks, well, good. We thought it would be a better idea to see what vases we already had and work backwards, finding flowers to fit. The Martha Stewart in me is nerding out with excitement over the fact that I may finally be able to properly arrange flowers at home.

    Love, gp

    The Vase

    We took them to Wild at Heart, Nikki Tibbles’ wonderful shop (institution, really) in London, and set her the challenge of making arrangements for all our different shapes and sizes.

    She showed us what and how to arrange in every single vase. Scroll down to see how she tackles each arrangement.

    The Column

    Column vases can be daunting, but they’re easier to use than you’d think. Keep your flower stems long, as you’ll only need to trim, and create a loose arrangement with a few varieties.

     

    Start by stripping each stem of any foliage besides the flower or leaves you’d like to highlight. Cut all your flowers to a similar stem height (you can then shorten the stems as you go).

    Begin with your foliage. Insert a few stems (Nikki says it’s best to work in odd numbers) pointing them in different directions. The foliage stems will anchor the rest of you arrangement.

    Now insert your longest flowers—these are the ones that are going to stand out most. In this case, Nikki used foxgloves. Nikki emphasizes always putting the flower in the direction it wants to go. So, if it’s leaning left, let it lean left.

    Keep adding flowers variety by variety and work in a circle, always walking around the vase, making sure to cover every angle.

    Now push the stems into the vase a bit and squish in a few strands of ivy to surround (and disguise) the stems.

    You’d be surprised; a little water, changed often, goes a long way.

    Done!

    The Flared Vase

    Flared vases can be tricky, as the shape doesn’t lend your arrangement much structure. That’s where learning how to make a bouquet comes in handy…

    The Hourglass Flared Vase

    Remove surplus foliage and cut stems to a similar size. You will trim again at the end.

    1. Start by pairing a bit of foliage with your focal flower, in this case, a rose and white leaf.
    2. Add a flower from each stack, one by one. If you’re right handed, hold the bouquet in your left hand and add flowers with your right. Add each flower at a sharp angle, lock it in, and hold it down with your left thumb. This will give your bouquet its pyramid shape.
    3. Keep adding flowers and foliage, rotating the bouquet in your hand.
    4. Make sure you don’t have too much of one flower or color in one section.

    Tie some twine around the bouquet to hold it together.

    Wrap the bouquet with ivy and insert into the vase.

    Done!

    The Cone

    Surprisingly, a dramatic shape like this one is relatively easy to arrange for. The peculiar shape of the vase itself will give your arrangement a unique look.

    Go for big bushy varieties like lilacs that can easily fill up the vase.

    Follow the same instructions as above: Add each flower at a sharp angle, lock it in, and hold it down. Note the sharp angle each flower is inserted and then locked under Nikki’s thumb.

    Disguise the cone with some ivy or another kind of foliage and top with your arrangement.

    Another statement bouquet down.

    The Regular Flared Vase

    This is the kind of vase that most of us probably have at home and yet it’s surprisingly difficult to get right, as opposed to more dramatic shapes like the cone above.

    1. Here, Nikki builds her arrangement into a bouquet. This time, she doesn’t tie the stems. She holds the bouquet next to the vase and trims the stems (always at an angle so they’ll absorb more water) to the desired height.
    2. She carefully puts the arrangement in the vase, holding the bouquet tight until it’s released in the water.

    Cut Glass Vase

    These old-fashioned looking vases benefit from a tight, formal bouquet.

    All you’ll need is a tight bouquet of roses tied with twine. To disguise the twine, use a ribbon and pin it to the bouquet as demonstrated above.

    1. Take a short length of ribbon and wrap it around the bouquet.
    2. Pin the first piece of ribbon into the bouquet.
    3. Fold the other edge of the ribbon.
    4. Pin it into the bouquet. Now insert the bouquet into the vase.

    A finished, formal bouquet.

    Cube Vase

    Hydrangeas are a great flower to use in a cube vase. They’re big and bushy and this contrasts well with an angular and squat vase like the cube.

    The trick here is to trim the leaves off the hydrangea stem and save them for the vase.

    Fill the cube with water and then push the hydrangea leaves against all sides of the glass.

    Create a bouquet of hydrangeas, and tie it with twine.

    Cut the stems so that the blooms will sit right on the lip of the vase and you’re done.

    The Pitcher

    Nikki shows us how to arrange for two different kinds of pitchers. A bouquet arrangement works for both—the ceramic pitcher being the easiest, as the stems are disguised and all you see are the blooms.

    For a delicate glass pitcher like this one, keep it simple and loose with sweet peas and alchemilla.

    Nikki creates a loose bouquet as shown above for the flared vase.

    She holds the stems in place and then gently releases them in the water.

    And there you have it… Note that because she builds her arrangements in one direction, the stems flare out in that same direction when they’re put in the vase, which has an elegant effect.

    Ceramic Pitcher

    This one’s so easy because the stems are disguised. Create a big bouquet of hydrangeas and tie with twine. Cut to size so that the blooms sit right on the pitcher’s lip and that’s it.

    The Tall Rounded Vase

    Keep it simple with one single variety of tall stemmed flowers such as lilies or, in this case, delphiniums.

    Strip the stems to the height of the lip of the vase.

    Bunch several together and then let them loosen once inside the vase. Here, Nikki removes any last distracting buds.

    A simple, yet striking arrangement.

    Small arrangements

    Using small vases—even jam jars and water glasses that you have at home—is probably the easiest way to go. The key is to create loose, uneven, multi-floral arrangements in sets of three or more mini vases. Short arrangements are best for the dinner table, as they won’t get in the way of conversation.

    Here, Nikki created uneven combos in small bud vases, and then brings several bud vases together. Keep in mind that these look better in groups.

    Here’s a formal mini arrangement, made with Guelder roses and herbs that you might find in your garden, for your basic water glasses or tumblers.

    We loved these jam jar arrangements that were on display at the shop.

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