90s Wedding Songs

Fabulous 90s Wedding Songs, The ‘90s gave us hundreds of unforgettable love songs that people still incorporate into their wedding playlists today. So many, in fact, that it deserves its own wedding music category! Below are some of the mega-hits to make it easier for you to sift through the “stinkers” and get started building up your ‘90s music lineup. Here they are, in no particular order…

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Top 90s Wedding Songs

All My Life
Artist: K-Ci and JoJo
Genre: R&B, Soul
Release: 1998

All My Life is definitely one of the most popular wedding love songs used - even today. "All my life, I've prayed for someone like you".

I Swear
Artist: John Michael Montgomery
Genre: Country
Release: 1993

"I swear, by the moon and the stars in the skies, I'll be there". I can't believe how old this song is getting now, but it's still used frequently in weddings...timeless.

I Don't Want To Miss A Thing
Artist: Aerosmith
Genre: Rock
Release: 1998

A HUGELY popular Aerosmith love song and still one of the most widely used rock songs in weddings today. I Don't Wanna Miss A Thing released with the movie Armageddon back in 1998 and was an instant hit.

Feels Like Home
Artist: Chantal Kreviazuk
Genre: Adult Contemporary
Release: 1999

Dawson's Creek fans will likely be familiar with this tune as it was part of its 1999 soundtrack, as well as a number of movies throughout the past decade. The enduring lyrics and soothing melody will engage your guests on a sentimental level.

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I Can Love You Like That
Artist: All-4-One
Genre: R&B
Release: 1995

A song about a girl that dreams of romance and the man that promises to deliver that to her. The All-4-One version is actually a cover for a country song, believe it or not. Both versions are good - the original is by John Michael Montgomery.

I Knew I Loved You
Artist: Savage Garden
Genre: Pop, Adult Contemporary
Release: 1999

The late '90s had no shortage of love songs, and I Knew I Loved You was one of the most memorable; however, it's still a popular pick for contemporary wedding playlists. Savage Garden sings about how he loved his girl before he even met her.

(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
Artist: Bryan Adams
Genre: Soft Rock
Release: 1991

Bryan Adams is an extremely talented love song writer - you can find much of his music on the various lists of this site. This song was #1 in almost every single country worldwide when it released! Not many can boast that.

My Heart Will Go On
Artist: Celine Dion
Genre: Pop
Release: 1997

My Heart Will Go On, or more commonly known as "the Titanic theme song", was HUGELY popular with its 1997 release. This love song is even used today in weddings, but keep in mind the lyrics are tragic as a whole.

When You Need Me
Artist: Bruce Springsteen
Genre: Rock
Release: 1998

Springsteen continued to make hits into the late '90s. He proclaims to his "significant other" that he will always be there for him/her. The tempo is nice and slow, which makes it a good song to use in one of your dance segments.

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It's Your Love
Artist: Tim McGraw and Faith Hill
Genre: Country 
Release: 1997

When Tim McGraw and Faith Hill got together to create It's Your Love, it was an instant hit. Duet songs are always nice for first dance music, but this one would fit well in a ceremony as well.

From This Moment On
Artist: Shania Twain
Genre: Country Pop, Adult Contemporary
Release: 1998

"From this moment, life has begun. From this moment, you are the one." Perfect lyrics for wedding music. Shania Twain provides beautiful vocals in this well-known '90s love song.

I Do (Cherish You)
Artist: 98 Degrees
Genre: Pop
Release: 1999

Originally a country song, the 98 Degrees remake was a smash hit in the late '90s. Most of you will remember when this was released - It is still a popular wedding song choice today.

Artist: Lonestar
Genre: Country
Release: 1999

An incredibly well-written country love song that still sounds amazing today. This song unsurprisingly made it to #1 on Billboard the year of its release. Definitely one of my personal favorites in this category.

I Will Always Love You
Artist: Whitney Houston
Genre: R&B, Soul, Pop, Smooth Jazz, Adult Contemporary
Release: 1992

I don't think that anyone knew how popular this song would become when it was introduced in the movie "Bodyguard". Today, I Will Always Love You is another immensely popular wedding song for dances and background music.

As Long As You Love Me
Artist: Backstreet Boys
Genre: Pop
Release: 1997

How could we possibly make a '90s music list without including the Backstreet Boys. They made numerous love songs in the boy-band decade, and As Long As You Love Me was among one of the most popular. The groom may have disliked them back then, but I bet he appreciates their songs a little more now.

I Cross My Heart
Artist: George Strait
Genre: Country
Release: 1992

An oldie but a goodie, George Strait put out this title for the movie soundtrack of Pure Country in 1992. This song hit a #1 peak position on Billboard's Hot Country Songs.

All My Tomorrows
Artist: Kenny Lattimore
Genre: R&B
Release: 1998

Smooth and sweet that fits with the slow-moving feel of a dance/love song. I'm surprised All My Tomorrows didn't top-out higher on the charts; it's such a hit with wedding-goers.

You'll Be In My Heart
Artist: Phil Collins
Genre: Pop, Rock

Release: 1999

Phil Collins lends his talent to sing You'll Be In My Heart for Disney's last hit of the millennium. Millions and millions of Youtube views tells me this song is still very popular, and my guess is it will be with your guests as well.

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