Ultimate Christmas Wedding Playlist

Christmas is such a magical time of year, filled with love and laughter, snuggling in front of open fires, quality time with friends and family and spoiling those you love. It’s also officially the most popular time of year for proposals! So why not get married at Christmas? Just imagine….a sleigh for a wedding car, twinkling fairy lights, hot mugs of mulled wine and of course snow….If you’re lucky!


If you decide to have a Christmas wedding you need a great playlist. A Christmas wedding playlist needs to have a good mix of nostalgic classics, modern interpretations and a big injection of 80’s cheese! Here are some of our favourites –
#1 All I Want For Christmas Is You by Mariah Carey

Perfect song for a Christmas wedding.


#2 Santa Baby by Eartha Kitt


For the woman who wants everything!


#3 Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas by Frank Sinatra


A Christmas classic from the voice.


#4 Driving Home For Christmas by Chris Rea


Getting stuck in traffic turned out to be very lucrative…


#5 Rockin Around The Christmas Tree by Lee ‘Scratch’ Perry


Our favourite Christmas film Home Alone always springs to mind!


#6 White Christmas by Michael Buble


The Canadian crooner brought this classic into the 21st century.


#7 Last Christmas by Wham!


Looks set to be Christmas No.1 again 32 years after its initial release, a fitting tribute George Michael.


#8 Merry Xmas Everybody by Slade

The air guitars will be out!


#9 Mary’s Boy Child by Boney M


A funky RnB take on a classic Christmas carol.


#10 Fairytale Of New York by The Pogues


The best Christmas song of all time!


#11 Step into Christmas by Elton John


“Let’s join together

We can watch the snow fall forever and ever

Eat, drink and be merry…” The lyrics say it all.


#12 I Wish It Could Be Christmas Everyday by Wizzard


Guaranteed to get the whole room singing along.


#13 Stay Another Day by East 17

Time for a slow dance or to a trip to the bar!


#14 Let It Snow by Dean Martin


Please do!


#15 2000 Miles by The Pretenders


Although not a Christmas song it’s a great feel-good tune that everyone loves.

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