Sonic Bliss: 5 Wedding Worthy Bruno Mars Songs

When Bruno Mars stepped on the scene in 2010 with his debut studio album, Doo-Wops & Hooligans, we knew his soulful love ballads would become wedding classics.  We can't wait for his Super Bowl performance this Sunday and today music expert, Michael Taylor from Star Talent, a premier New York music and entertainment company, is sharing his favorite wedding worthy Bruno Mars Songs. Let us know which song you have played or would play on your wedding day!

Processional- "Marry You" (Instrumental)

“Marry You” is a great choice for your walk down the aisle. Its melody sounds romantic in an instrumental version performed by a string quartet. And its more fast-paced version can make a fun processional for your bridal party.

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Couple Entrance- "Treasure"

The “Treasure” chorus with lyrics like “I know you can make my wish come true if you let me treasure you” is fantastic for your first appearance as Mr & Mrs. It sets the tone for a fun-filled reception full of dancing, while reminding everyone of the special love you share.

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First Dance- "Rest of My Life"

You can’t go wrong with “The Rest of My Life” for your first dance.  This lesser-known Bruno Mars ballad is pure romance, making it the perfect expression of love in the beginning of your new life together.

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Father/Daughter Dance- "Count on Me"

“Count on Me” is an amazing way to show that although things will change in your new life as a wife, you will always have the love and support of your family.  It's the perfect parent dance song.

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Cake Cutting/Last Song- "Just the Way You Are"

You can’t have a wedding without “Just the Way You Are.” Always a crowd-pleasure, this beautiful tune can work well for the cake-cutting ceremony or as the last song of the night.

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