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Yes, my friends, there really are gender-neutral wedding songs, and we’re sharing some of our all-time favorites below! So, whether you’re looking for the perfect song for your walk down the aisle or for your first dance, you’re in the right place. Let’s check them out, shall we?

9 Gender-Neutral Wedding Songs

Each of these gender-neutral wedding songs perfectly captures your feelings for each other. The hardest part will be choosing just one! Of course, you could pick one for your stroll down the aisle, one for your first dance, and then add the rest to your DJ’s playlist.

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1. “Your Song” by Elton John

This is a very powerful song, and quite a classic. It was recorded back in 1970, and it’s about the most pure and innocent love someone can express. Talking about the couple life, and about what two people would do to spend the rest of their lives together.

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2. “I Was Born To Love You” by Queen

Freddie Mercury was one of the first singers to come out as gay, and we can see his amazing personality in all of his songs. This is a wonderful song for any wedding, and the grooms or brides will really resonate with it in the most beautiful way.

3. “Love Me Like You Do” by Ellie Goulding

Being a modern love song, Ellie managed to perfectly describe the love between two people in a single song. About the fact that no matter what happens, they will always be together, and how they give each other strength when they need it the most.

4. “I’m Yours” by Jason Mraz

When Jason Mraz released this song, it became an instant hit, and for good reason. He too talks about how he fell in love, and how he was so sure that no matter what happened, they would be together. He’s giving his heart to his significant other, and nothing else matters.

5. “A Thousand Years” by Christina Perry

If you’re looking for the perfect song to express your never ending love, then Christina Perry’s “A Thousand Years” is everything you need. She takes the concept even further, as the love doesn’t stop when someone dies. It only stops when the universe stops spinning.

6. “Stay With You” by John Legend

Even though this song is not as well known as others sang by John Legend, its meaning is beyond this world. Being there for each other in every moment, be it good or bad, about what happens when two people fall out of love, and how they can still keep going when you both make an effort.

7. “I Choose You” by Sara Bareilles

When Sara Bareilles created the video for this song, she actually helped two couples get engaged: Matt and Chelsea, and Aly and Andrea. This song is a beautiful love story, and there’s nothing more beautiful than this. Including everyone, and purely sharing the love in the world.

8. “Truly, Madly, Deepy” by Savage Garden

Talking about gender neutral love songs, Savage Garden struck gold back in 1997. Singing about everything he would do to be with his loved one, and all the ups and downs they would have to go through together. It’s one of the most perfect songs for a gender neutral wedding, and can even be used for a first dance.

9. “Stand By Me” by Ben E. King

This song is one of the best and oldest gender neutral songs. This song highlights the fact that everything can be overcame as long as two people stick together through everything life throws at them. About how nothing can stop two people in love from being with each other, and why having someone to love is so important.

In order to have a perfect gender neutral wedding, you need to have a selection of songs you resonate with. Happily, now you have a few options to choose from!

These 9 gender-neutral wedding songs beautifully express the depth of your feelings for each other! Check them out!

What are your favorite gender-neutral wedding songs? Share below!

Andreea Juganaru
Andreea Juganaru

Andreea is a very passionate content creator and her purpose is to provide you with the most interesting articles, while constantly discovering new facts. She’s been freelance writing for the past five years and has created numerous articles and educational materials while managing her own blog.

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