Top Country Wedding Songs

We've gathered some of our top picks for country songs to be used throughout your wedding day.



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Your wedding is easily considered the best day of your life. Months and sometimes even years go into the planning of every single detail, from the dress to your colors, the flowers, location and the cake.

One thing rarely overlooked is the selection of music played before, during and after the ceremony. And then there's the highlight of the reception — the first dance as husband and wife. We've gathered some of our top picks for wedding songs to be used throughout the big day.

Before the Ceremony

DIY Chalkboard Sign Leading to Quilt Covered Rows of Hay Bail Seating for Outdoor Country Wedding

DIY Chalkboard Sign Leading to Quilt Covered Rows of Hay Bail Seating for Outdoor Country Wedding

Quilts pad the hay stacks lined in rows for seating at this outdoor wedding. The mix of blankets creates a cozy feel setting the stage for an inviting, southern style ceremony. A DIY chalkboard sign invites guests to choose a seat and eliminates the need for ushers. The sign is propped against a wood barrel with a white hydrangea flower display for a touch of decor.

  • "Making Memories of Us" – Keith Urban
  • "Hey Pretty Girl" – Kip Moore
  • "When Love Finds You" – Vince Gill
  • "Love Story" – Taylor Swift
  • "She Said Yes" – Rhett Akins
  • "Love, Me" – Collin Raye
  • "Like Jesus Does" – Eric Church
  • "She's In Love With the Boy" – Trisha Yearwood
  • "She Thinks She Needs Me" – Andy Griggs
  • "History in The Making" – Darius Rucker
  • "Yes!" – Chad Brock

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We're Tying the Knot!

A clever wedding announcement will make guests even more intrigued to see what you have in store for the wedding.

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The Great Outdoors

Whether you grew up on a farm or just love the idyllic setting, country weddings give off a relaxed, down-home vibe — which may also help to calm pre-wedding nerves!

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Mother Nature Leads the Way

Make wedding planning super easy by letting nature determine the aisle to altar.

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Natural Hues

And speaking of nature, there is no better color scheme than the one the season dictates. For a fall wedding, let the radiant changing trees take center stage for a wedding (and photo!) you'll always cherish. 

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Wood Accents

Play into the outdoor setting with wood benches, tree stump aisle markers and a hinged plywood altar piece.

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Grand Entry

Create your own unique entryway for guests and the march down the aisle through reclaimed vintage doors and green wreaths. Keep the country theme with hay bales as benches.

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Love Shack

A well-worn sign with a playful inscription makes for the perfect photo op for this newly-married couple.

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Alternate Altar

If upcycling is your thing, consider using old ladders as an inexpensive and easily-dressed-up altar.

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Arrive in Style

Pickup trucks are staples on most farms, so why not include one in your ceremony? For one happy couple, this truck transported groomsmen and guests to the wedding.

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Aisle Markers

Keep things simple and natural by marking the ends of each aisle with tree stumps and a few sprigs of baby's breath.

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Something Cedar

Delicate greenery draped over a worn cedar altar is the perfect way to add simple elgance to an already gorgeous setting.

See more enchanting wedding altars »

Save the Date

Make sure family and friends don't forget the wedding date with this wood-burned coaster invite.

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A Candlelit Ceremony

If you're planning an intimate indoor ceremony, bring the outdoors in by lighting the aisle with white candles placed on top of tree stumps.

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Mountain-top Altar

A birch tree altar and lots of greenery are a perfect fit for a wedding in the mountains.

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Burlap Boutonnieres

Burlap-wrapped boutonnieres offer a subtle touch of rustic charm to the groomsmen's main accessories.

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Bring on the Burlap

This adorable ring bearer is all smiles as he takes the charming burlap-wrapped pillow down the aisle and to the happy couple.

Make your own ring bearer pillow »

Brick and Birch

With a birch tree arbor, candle-lined aisle and exposed brick, this wedding is perfectly magical.

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Photo By: Lev Kuperman

Whiskey Barrels

Create a focal point for the vow exchange by lining up two whiskey barrels topped with fresh flowers.

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Barrel Upgrade

To create a more elegant look, consider draping the barrels in lace and opting for a dramatic floral arrangement.

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New Take on Tables

Why go with a basic gifts table when you can opt for a gifts carriage instead? This unexpected twist on the classic alternative offers a fresh option with character to boot.

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This Way to the Wedding

If you love repurposing furniture, consider incorporating your passion into your wedding with and upcycled headboard sign.

Try these DIY sign and banner ideas »

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Farm to Table

An outdoor reception offers a seamless transition for guests from the outdoor ceremony. Casual, simple table settings feel natural on the farm.

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Backyard Garden

Orange and yellow leaves make for perfect backdrops at fall weddings so table decorations can be very simple.

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Sunshiny Day

For this outdoor wedding in the scorching Texas sun, stylish gray umbrellas provide much needed shade. Styled by Bourbon and Bloom

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Impress Your Guests

It's often the small details that make the biggest difference as is the case with this simple guest book and handmade burlap-wrapped pen. 

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Announcing the Mr. and Mrs.

"Simple yet sophisticated" perfectly describes this charming Southern wedding. Burlap signs with a cursive "Mr." and "Mrs." are a sweet and subtle nod to the newly-married couple.

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Photo By: Heather Anne Thomas

Remember When

For this relaxed barn wedding, the couple showed off a few of their favorite childhood memories by creating personalized collages which they displayed on an old ladder.

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Southern Seating

Hay bales covered in mismatched quilts make for an intimate downhome experience at this sweet Southern wedding.

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Wedding Cupcakes

To make dessert go around and give guests a tasty alternative to classic wedding cake, a cupcake stand with varying flavors and rows and rows of delicious treats couldn't be sweeter.

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Cabin Fever

A rustic cabin backdrop provides an unexpected juxtaposition to the dapper bride and groom at the Museum of Appalachia in East Tennessee.

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Barn Wedding

Make an old barn feel glam with string lights, cozy rugs and white tablecloths.

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Rustic Mason Jar Chandelier

For the ultimate repurposing project, make a chandelier out of an old wagon wheel and vintage Mason jars.

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It's All in the Lighting

Exposed wooden beams, lots of candles and a large fireplace make this farm reception inviting and cozy.

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Photo By: Kreis Beall & Heather Anne Thomas

Blanketed Hay Bales

Bales of hay are cheap alternatives to benches or chairs for a western-themed wedding. Keep guests comfortable by placing blankets on the bales.

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Cool and Collected

A great collection of vintage finds, including an old tobacco basket, creates the perfect display for the buffet.

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Open Bar

For an unusual approach to the bar, create a signature cocktail that guests can make themselves.

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Birch Wood Placemats

Birch wood placemats and round tree pieces look elegant with simple white plates and pink flowers.

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Hay There

What better setting than a rolling field of hay to snap those treasured wedding photos? 

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Follow Your Arrow

While the "Mr. and Mrs." chair backs are always a crowd pleaser, these "true love" arrows are a nice alternative.

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Gift Table

A well-worn door makes the ideal display for the couple's last name and wedding date, while a simple galavanized bucket provides a handy spot for cards.

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Antler Decor

A Western-themed wedding isn't complete without at least one animal skull and antlers.

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Donut Tower

Sure, cakes are classic wedding desserts, but fluffy pink donuts are a unique option that look even better when stacked on metal cake stands.

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Pre-Wedding Farm Party

A pre-wedding party is a fun way for guests and family to mingle. Farm-style entertainment and food brings the wedding party together in a relaxed setting.

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Barn Party

A pre-wedding party on a farm also offers plenty of space for a large number of guests (and party games!)

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Something Blue

An old Chevy is more than just a slice of history at this country wedding. Guests will find all sorts of goodies just around the corner.

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Truck Bed Buffet

The flat bed of the truck provides the perfect spot for a simple buffet. Wooden antiques and galvanized serving trays complete the decidedly-Southern look.

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Love Birds

Simple white bird cages filled with flowers were hung from the trees at this woodsy wedding, creating a very romantic atmosphere.

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Tin Bucket Cooler

Tin buckets look prettier than plastic coolers for keeping Mason jars full of infused water cold.

Mix up some signature cocktails »

Photo By: Rustic White Photography, LLC

Country Cookin'

This country-style buffet table feels more casual than a prepared three-course meal. Decorate with DIY projects like these bucket pendants.

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Photo By: Rustic White Photography, LLC

Whiskey Barrel Dessert Table

Create a rustic dessert table by placing a piece of plywood across two whiskey barrels. Decorate with a burlap bunting.

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Walking Down the Aisle

  • "Valentine" – Martina McBride
  • "Walk Through This World With Me" – George Jones or Tammy Wynette
  • "Your Love Amazes Me" – John Berry
  • "Me And You" – Kenny Chesney
  • "Love Me Tender" – Elvis Presley
  • "Cowboy Take Me Away" – Dixie Chicks
  • "To Make You Feel My Love" – Garth Brooks or Trisha Yearwood
  • "Love of My Life" – Sammy Kershaw
  • "Can't Help Falling in Love With You" – Elvis Presley
  • "Grow Old With Me" – Mary Chapin Carpenter

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Anna + Bryant

Anna and Bryant Reese were married on August 12, 2012, surrounded by friends, family and an enchanting woodsy setting. "I wanted something different, and we're just woodsy people," says Anna. "We love going to the mountains, and Bryant even proposed to me at the fork outside of Cades Cove (in the Smoky Mountains)." 

Symbol With a Story

Anna loves all things vintage, so a vintage wedding ring was a must. "I found Anna's ring at an antique store," says Bryant. "It's an Edwardian-style, early-1900s ring."

Happy Hues

Since the pair married in late summer, Anna and Bryant chose a very seasonal, vibrant color palette of coral, turquoise and yellow.

First Look

Anna chose a stunning tea-length wedding gown that she calls her "fairy-princess dress." "The flower crown seemed necessary to complete the look," she laughs.

Dapper Daisies

The couple opted to keep flowers and decor simple in order to let their breathtaking surroundings take center stage. A white daisy and baby's breath were the ideal combination for this understated boutonniere.

Baby in Blue

"I saw the flower girl dresses on Pinterest and asked my sister-in-law to make them," Anna recalls. "They turned out great, and two of the girls kept them and went as fairies for Halloween."

The Best Dog

"Our dog, Bravo, is really important to us," says Anna. "It just didn't seem right to not have him there. He's part of the family!" Bravo made his appearance as one of Anna's closest friends walked him down the aisle preceding the bridal party.

DIY Decor

An old tray was upcycled with a white ribbon and a coat of chalkboard paint to greet guests as they arrived.

Fairytale Setting

The ceremony took place at a family friend's home, where tall shade trees kept guests cool and comfortable as they anxiously awaited their first peek of the bride.

Bridal Blooms

Baby's breath was used throughout the venue in flower arrangements, to decorate the altar and to mark each row. Anna loved how using a few sprigs of baby's breath could add such a sweet, delicate touch to every row.

All About the Entrance

Soft violins cast an enchanting spell across the lawn as Anna walked down the aisle to the song, "Love," first featured in Disney's "Robin Hood."

Natural Beauty

The altar, which was covered in dark green ivy, was accented with white daisies, baby's breath and soft white lights.  

New Beginnings

An ivy-covered gazebo made the perfect natural altar, while a classic brick stairway supplied this sweet couple with a charming walkway to take their first step as husband and wife. 

Simple Centerpieces

The centerpieces were kept simple with colorful wildflowers in blue Mason jars. "The Mason jars were my great aunt’s canning jars from decades and decades ago," remembers Anna. "I used to help her in her garden all the time growing up, so that was really special.”

Floral Arrangement

After the ceremony, the bride placed her bouquet on the gifts table to add a bright pop of color and allow guests to get a better look at the gorgeous flower arrangement. 

Picture Perfect

To let guests in on a few of their happiest memories, the couple had a few of their favorite photos framed to sit on the gifts table.

Ethereal Accents

Potted flowers were placed in lovely white bird cages, which were hung throughout the garden area to add a delicate, almost magical quality to the woodsy venue.

Fancy Frame Work

Instead of the makeshift photo booths popular at most weddings, Anna and Bryant hung a large white frame from a tree to give guests the perfect photo op.

A Family Affair

Bryant's aunt made their beautiful cupcake tower, which was a testament to her love for this adorable couple. "This was a communal wedding, because most of the family contributed," explains Bryant.

Mr. and Mrs.

The top of the cake was home to two special cupcakes, each adorned with a single lily.

One Happy Family

"Bravo is normally so well behaved, but seeing the love of his life (my husband) at the altar about to marry someone else made him go a little crazy," jokes Anna. "However, he settled down after the ceremony enough to lay some sticks at our feet and beg us to throw them during our first dance. It was the funniest, most perfect way to start our lives as a little family." 

Love Shack

A rustic sign on the property provided the perfect backdrop for one of the couple's first photos as newlyweds.

Sealed With a Kiss

Surrounded by a tunnel of ivy, this precious couple is ready for their happily ever after.

During the Ceremony



  • Mama's Song" – Carrie Underwood
  • "Marry Me" – Train and Martina McBride
  • "Your Everything" – Keith Urban
  • "When You Say Nothing at All" – Keith Whitley or Alison Krauss
  • "Better Man" – The Warren Brothers
  • "Just You And I" – Crystal Gayle and Eddie Rabbitt
  • "You Make It Look So Easy" – Eric Church
  • "Keeper of The Stars" – Tracy Byrd
  • "From This Moment On" – Shania Twain
  • "You Had Me From Hello" – Kenny Chesney

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Autumn Hues

For a rustic glam wedding, a bright autumnal palette of greens, tangerines, corals and red-oranges looks brilliant when paired with wood and metallics.

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Sumptuous Design

For this luxe Bohemian-themed wedding, the floral designer Lindsay Coletta wanted to avoid "matchy-matchy" design and instead blended pastels and brights.

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Woodsy Vibe

Add some rustic charm to your wedding with this simple, personalized centerpiece. It's natural, elegant and budget-friendly.

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Home Grown

For interesting conversation pieces and to save on arrangements, consider growing your own centerpieces. This unusual option is made up of carnivorous plants, succulents and ferns.

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Vintage Books

Wedding decorations are all in the details. Use vintage books with a bold romantic text to create custom table numbers for a centerpiece that will inspire and impress every guest. Textures and colors are key. Finish it off with gold metallic ink for a little extra glimmer. 

Get the instructions here >> 

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Perfect Chemistry

Suggest “perfect chemistry” with subtle accents in a floral tablescape. An old test tube rack is not only ideal, it is also a creative way to display wedding flowers. Plus, it saves on budget by making a focal point out of single flowers.

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Low and Lush

Think small and loose-style arrangements for a rustic, organic feel. "When choosing your design, don't go for extremely tight, compacted styles that use tons of flowers. Pick lower arrangements that feature lush greeneries, like seeded eucalyptus, bear grass and plumose. The greens will help stretch out the size of the arrangement," says Janie Medley, owner of Janie Medley Flora Design.

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Bottled Up

Craft easy-to-make table numbers from bottles for a subtle addition to your table's centerpiece. 

Get the step-by-step instructions here>> 

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Cactus Cute

A small wooden pick placed in potted cacti creates a beautiful understated centerpiece.

©2013 Julie Saad

Country Chic

Simple wooden numbers on wooden picks are a fun way to number the tables at a rustic wedding. Placed in a colorful floral centerpiece, these make an easily recognizable and beautiful tabletop display. Design by Nicole Oliver

DIY Table Numbers

Make you own basic table numbers to lean against a classic floral centerpiece. You'll save money and still create an elegant display.

Photo By: Sergey Kondritskiy


To add a sense of festive abundance to the table, get creative with non-floral centerpieces that can be used for a holiday wedding. Classic silver ball ornaments add interest when piled high in a silver compote or displayed in apothecary and bell jars. Fill in any empty spaces with mercury glass votives, taper candlesticks, additional ornaments and oversized pinecones. Design by

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Simple + Elegant

White candles, eucalyptus and gold accents exude simple Southern elegance when placed against a bright white background.

On the Farm

This farm wedding wouldn't be complete without a burlap table runner and simple floral arrangements filled with baby's breath.

On the Rise

This DIY bride reused wooden risers from another wedding and added a few collected pieces to create a custom look.

Simply Southern

For classic country style, you can't go wrong with a grouping of glass jars filled with baby's breath and other timeless favorites. 

Simply Elegant

Talk about taking it to new heights and lengths. You can't help saying "wow" when looking at this exquisite runner of pretty white hydrangeas.

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Photo By: Leslee Mitchell

Culinary Creation

Do you have a green thumb? Try this cute idea from, and line the tables with eye-catching herbs in bright tin cans. It's a simple touch that would also make a great wedding favor. Photo by Brightwood Photography

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Uniform Flowers

With so much mixing and matching of patterns, this is a great opportunity to make a statement with bold monochromatic arrangements. Artfully arrange dozens of bright pink ranunculus in a single gold vase to create a striking focal point in the center of the table. Courtesy of Camille Styles, editor of

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Something Simple

Wood cuttings and wildflowers are the perfect centerpiece option for a rustic, woodsy wedding. The cuttings can even double as table markers.

Photo By: joshuaraineyphotography

Sugar Magnolia

Paper flowers are a great departure from traditional floral arrangements, but they can still make a strong visual impact. For this garland, paper magnolia blossoms were attached to real magnolia branches. Design by

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Antique Tea Pots

For this whimsical wedding, vintage silver pots were filled with beautiful summer hues.

Tea Time

It's a tea party for grownups when you use the quaint vessels to hold your elegant arrangements.

Photo By: leeavison

Steampunk Style

Steampunk decor is all about industrial touches with a collected-over-time vibe. Combine vintage oil cans, mixed brass containers and various gears and gadgets for the perfect steampunk centerpiece.

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

The Perfect Mix

Don't forget about berries and greenery when choosing your flower arrangement. Flowers may be the star of the show, but these interesting touches add color and texture and simply look amazing.

Photo By: Yelena Kovalenko

Summer Blooms

Display florals in vintage silver pitchers and vases for a classic, polished look. Loosely arrange white garden roses and polar star roses with green camellia leaves and Queen Anne's lace. Then add a pop of preppy color with sprigs of lavender muscari. Design by

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Double-Duty Dessert Tray

A three-tiered dessert tray is a great tool for displaying a pretty grouping of candles and greenery. Add visual interest by using herbs and vegetables with different textures, like the artichokes displayed here.

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Photo By: romrodinka

Spring Fever

Perfect for spring, a colorful grouping of grass and tulips is a fresh take on generic floral centerpieces. Design by Kim Foren of Geranium Lake


Single Rose

For a fairytale effect, place a single rose in a glass or vase. Then disperse multiple glasses around each table.

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Equestrian Elegance

Barn wedding are still all the rage, but classy equestrian decor is an updated twist on the popular rustic theme. Leather riding boots look pretty and unique as vases for lovely bouquets.

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Winter White

A combination of white garden roses, Queen Anne’s lace and ranunculus gives the feel of a frosted winter wonderland and brings a natural element to this table’s sage and ivory color palette. To recreate this look, create small arrangements in vintage silver vases and bowls. Then place them along a wooden runner. Design by

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Not So Serious

Stunning for spring, a few beautiful calla lillies in an interesting grouping of colorful bottles exudes a fun, relaxed vibe.

Photo By: Eric LimAn

Branch Out

Display a beautiful low grouping of flowers with stunning branches to mix things up as well as allow guests to see each other better from all sides of the table.

Photo By: Big Cheese Photo

Vintage Elegance

If you're planning a sophisticated Southern wedding, local flowers in vintage milk jugs will make a major statement.

Photo By: Shannan Thompson

So Cloche

Show off your theme, and put your favorite items on display by incorporating classic cloches on every table. Book risers, as seen here, are a great idea for literary lovers.

Photo By: Brian Patrick Flynn

Lots of Lavender

Can't you just smell that relaxing summer scent? A simple pot of lavender on each table is sure to evoke happy feelings for your guests. Bonus: That purple hue is amazing!

Photo By: Zsolt Farkas

Glass Half Full

Skip the traditional vases and opt for a more fun arrangement by putting your flowers in oversized martini glasses.

Photo By: Kieren-Welch

First Dance



  • "I Don't Dance" – Lee Brice
  • "God Gave Me You" – Blake Shelton
  • "Come A Little Closer" – Dierks Bentley
  • "Look At Us" – Vince Gill
  • "Bless the Broken Road" – Rascal Flatts
  • "Could I Have This Dance" – Anne Murray
  • "When I Said I Do" – Clint Black & Lisa Hartman Black
  • "You Are" – Jimmy Wayne
  • "Love Your Love the Most" – Eric Church
  • "Johnny and June" – Heidi Newfield
  • "Lady" – Kenny Rogers
  • "I Do (Cherish You)" – Mark Wills
  • "All My Life" – Kenny Rogers
  • "I Cross My Heart" – George Strait
  • "Til I Loved You" – Restless Heart
  • "Amazed" – Lonestar
  • "It's Your Love" – Tim McGraw & Faith Hill
  • "Always Have Always Will" – Blackhawk
  • "Then" – Brad Paisley
  • "Lost in This Moment" – Big & Rich
  • "I Swear" – John Michael Montgomery
  • "Belongs to You" – Emerson Drive

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A Dream Wedding on the Farm

After overcoming unfinished projects and early season stresses, the Kings help their beloved sister Bitty and their newest family member, Cam, have the wedding of their dreams. 

Group Pic

The Kings gather for a group photo at the wedding rehearsal. 

Ben on Stage

Ben entertains the family during rehearsal. 

Farm-Fresh Flowers

Lisa prepares Elizabeth's bridal bouquet with fresh flowers from the farm. 

A Handmade Altar

The altar is adorned with homegrown flowers for Elizabeth and Cameron's wedding. 

Getting Ready

The blushing bride prepares for her big walk down the aisle. 

The Dress

Elizabeth's Maid of Honor works on sewing up the back of the wedding dress. 

Flower Girls

The flower girls drop petals as they precede Elizabeth down the aisle. 

Ring Bearers

Ring bearer boys walk down the aisle. 


Joe looks on lovingly as his only sister becomes a McCauley. 


Joe takes Bitty's arm and leads the beautiful bride to the next brother in line. 


A choked-up Tim kisses his sister and leads her to Pete. 


Pete holds onto Elizabeth and walks her closer to the altar. 


Dan tries to hold it together as he walks his only sister down the aisle. 

Dan to Luke

Luke offers his arm to Bitty.


Luke offers his arm to Elizabeth and escorts her to Sam. 


Sam takes his sister's arm and brings her further down the walkway to John. 


John leans in to give Elizabeth a kiss and continues to walk her down the aisle. 


Paul waits for his turn to walk Elizabeth down the aisle. 

John to Paul

John continues the walk down the aisle with his sister by his side. 


Ben patiently waits to lead Elizabeth to her future husband. 

The Groom

Cameron McCauley waits at the altar for his beautiful bride. 


Elizabeth reads her vows to Cameron. 

The Rings

Elizabeth and Cameron exchange wedding rings. 

First Kiss

Elizabeth and Cameron share their first kiss as husband and wife. 

Back Down the Aisle

Elizabeth and Cameron walk hand and hand down the aisle as man and wife. 

Bride and Groom

The King family congratulate the happy bride and groom. 

New Family Member

Cam is officially a part of the King family with a great photo to prove it!

Waiting Game

Wedding guests await the newly-wedded couple at the pavilion built by her loving brothers.

Mr. and Mrs.

Bitty and Cameron McCauley enter the wedding reception area as a new couple. 

First Dance

Elizabeth and Cameron's enjoy their first dance as a married couple. 

First Dance

Elizabeth and Cameron enjoy their first dance as a married couple. 

First Dance

Cameron and Elizabeth share an emotional first dance at their wedding reception. 

Nice Moves

John and Ben King show off their dance moves at the reception. 

Family Dance

The Kings each take a turn spinning the beautiful bride around on the dance floor! 

Father & Daughter Dance

Father and Daughter Dancing at Wedding

Father and Daughter Dancing at Wedding

Lights hung from the trees illuminate the sweet father/daughter dance at this charming fall wedding in East Tennessee.

  • "Stealing Cinderella" – Chuck Wicks
  • "My Little Girl" – Tim McGraw
  • "Daddy Dance With Me" – Krystal Keith
  • "Just Fishin'" – Trace Adkins
  • "Let Them Be Little" – Billy Dean
  • "In My Daughter's Eyes" – Martina McBride
  • "Daddy's Hands" – Holly Dunn

Mother & Son Dance

  • "Like My Mother Does" – Lauren Alaina
  • "Don't Blink" – Kenny Chesney
  • "The Baby" – Blake Shelton
  • "Simple Man" – Lynard Skynyrd
  • "I Hope You Dance" – Lee Ann Womack
  • "My Wish" – Rascal Flatts
  • "My Mother's Eyes" – Willie Nelson


Bride and Groom Enter Wedding Reception in East Tennessee Southern Barn Wedding

Bride and Groom Enter Wedding Reception in East Tennessee Southern Barn Wedding

With over 200 guests in attendance, Megan and Collin couldn't help but feel the overwhelming love and support from their friends and family on their big day. The exposed beams of the barn's framework created a beautiful setting for the southern inspired ceremony.

  • "Ours" – Taylor Swift
  • "Wanted" – Hunter Hayes
  • "Who I Am With You" – Chris Young
  • "Look At You" – Big and Rich
  • "Don't Think I Can't Love You" – Jake Owen
  • "Til My Last Day" – Justin Moore
  • "Forever & Ever Amen" – Randy Travis
  • "It's A Love Thing" – Keith Urban
  • "Amen Kind of Love" – Daryle Singletary
  • "True Believers" – Darius Rucker
  • "I Love You This Big – Scotty McCreary
  • "Living in a Moment" – Ty Herndon
  • "You're Still the One" – Shania Twain
  • "God Gave Me You" – Blake Shelton
  • "Old Fashioned Love" – Suzy Bogguss & Asleep at the Wheel
  • "What a Beautiful Day" – Chris Cagle
  • "I Could Not Ask for More" – Sara Evans
  • "Must Be Doin' Somethin' Right" – Billy Currington
  • "Long, Slow Kisses" – Jeff Bates
  • "How Do I Live" – LeAnn Rimes
  • "I Always Liked That Best" – Cyndi Thomson
  • "The Rose" – Conway Twitty
  • "Love Is Alive" – The Judds
  • "You Won't Ever Be Lonely" – Andy Griggs
  • "Love Is A Beautiful Thing" – Phil Vassar
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Nothing says “country” like a truck and nothing says “country music video” quite like a jacked-up pickup! Great American Country presents to you our Top 10 Songs About Trucks.

Top 20 Songs About Honky Tonks

Neon lights, jukeboxes, a smokin' band and a bartender ready to get whatever you want. These are important, and most would probably say required, elements of the Honky Tonk experience. However, what really makes the country bar unique is the strength of its bond to the music that pours from the stages and speakers; a music that is quite often about the actual Honky Tonks themselves. In no particular order, here's our list of the Top 20 Songs about Honky Tonks.

Top 5 Country Songs About Football

Football season is here, which means tailgating, touchdowns and a whole lot of celebrating when our favorite teams win. Country stars, from Kenny Chesney to Carrie Underwood, are also big fans of football season. Here are our Top 5 Country Songs About Football:

Top 20 Songs About Cowboys and Cowgirls

The American Cowboy is known all over the world as a symbol of America. The cowboy life might not have been quite as glamorous as the silver screen portrayed it, yet most of the men and women who lived their lives as cowboys or cowgirls wouldn't have traded it for any big city job available to them at the time. In no particular order, here are our picks for the Top 20 Cowboy & Cowgirl Songs.

Top 10 Boating Songs

When summer is in full swing what better way to beat the heat than on a boat with good friends and good music? Discover Boating, the U.S. recreational boating industry’s nonprofit awareness program, asked its Facebook fans what music best captures time spent on a boat. More than 1,500 votes put Jimmy Buffett’s “A Pirate Looks at 40″ in the top spot and filled the rest of the Top 10 list with songs by Craig Morgan, Kenny Chesney, Zac Brown Band and more.

Top 20 Road Songs

Before you hit the highway on your next road trip, make sure you've got a playlist full of road-tested tunes. Here is our list of the Top 20 Road Songs, in no particular order.

Top 20 Songs of Summer

What better way to kick off summer than to build a playlist with catchy tunes? Check out our picks for the Top 20 Songs of Summer.

Top 40 Country Love Songs

Romance is in the air! We've scoured the lists and compiled our picks for the top country love songs.

Top 20 Country Songs About Dad

Country songs about Dad share a common thread. Take a look at Great American Country's Top 20 country songs for Father's Day that convey a prevailing truth. Becoming a father isn’t necessarily difficult. But being a good dad – well, that is a challenge.
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