If you and your partner have a love of the country, you may have chosen to create a rustic wedding. If this is the case, you can let your rustic flair shine by incorporating some country music into your big day playlist.

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Country music is the perfect way to complement your rustic wedding. Therefore, there are a few country songs that you certainly won’t want to forget to present on your big day.

With music being such an important part of a wedding, we want to ensure that yours is planned to perfection! That’s why, here at Bill Pence Music, we have gathered some of the top country songs that you should feature at your own wedding. Would you like to learn what these songs are? If so, continue reading for some great inspiration:

  • Cutting the Cake. Your wedding cake cutting ceremony is such a festive event within your reception. Whether you choose to politely feed cake to your partner, or smash, you will want to add some pizzazz to the moment with music. For yours, consider Honey Bee by Blake Shelton, as this song will be sweet complement to such a delicious event.
  • Father/Daughter Dance. You and your father have a wonderful bond. Therefore, the song that you choose for your father/daughter dance should represent your relationship. By choosing My Little Girl by Tim McGraw for yours, you can create a truly cherished moment that will be full of meaning.
  • First Dance. Choosing the perfect song for your first dance is a must! After all, it’s a dance to represent the love that you and your partner have for one another. For yours, consider choosing the song Amazed by Lonestar. The lyrics of this song represent how amazed you are by your partner, and highlights nothing but love.

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Your rustic wedding deserves quality country music! These are just a few songs to inspire you. Here at Bill Pence Music, we would be honored to be your wedding DJ in Folsom, California. Please contact us today to hire your Folsom wedding DJ.

 

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