22 Best Wedding Slideshow Songs for Groom

Posted on March 18, 2014 by Tijon Employee
Wedding slideshows have become a creative way to share photos of the bride or grooms life during the wedding reception. Some weddings get creative, featuring tents you can walk into where you are met with images from their favorite times together. Other receptions may feature slideshows on a screen flashing through pictures of the bride and groom’s childhood to marriage. Slideshows are also great ideas to feature at bridal parties, post on the couple’s wedding website, or share among social networks. Adding music to a slideshow can define a more dramatic effect. A collection of inspirational wedding slideshow songs for groom are listed below to get your inspiration started.  

1. 100 Years – Five For Fighting
2. 83 – John Mayer
3. Baby Baby - Amy Grant
4. Back When – Tim McGraw
5. Bad to the Bone – George Thorogood
6. Beautiful Boy – Celine Dion
7. Best Day of My Life – George Strait
8. Chicks Dig It – Chris Cagle
9. Crazy for You - Madonna
10. Godspeed (Sweet Dreams) – Dixie Chicks
11. I Go Back – Kenny Chesney
12. In My Life - the Beatles or Dave Matthews Band
13. Let them Be Little – Billy Dean
14. Let’s Hear It For The Boy – Denise Williams
15. My Guy – Diana Ross and the Supremes
16. My Guy - Mary Wells
17. My Wish – Rascal Flatts
18. Sunrise, Sunset -Louis Armstrong
19. The Baby – Blake Shelton
20. The Boy I'm Gonna Marry - The Crystals
21. Then They Do – Trace Adkins
22. Young – Kenny Chesney

Tips for Creating a Groom Slideshow
1. Depending upon your format and event that the slideshow will be being presented at, remember to keep it reasonable in its display time and length.  For receptions, an average of 8 to12 minutes is reasonable with no more than 3 songs and 75 to 100 pictures.

2. Each slide should operate on an average time duration of 2-3 seconds. For larger group photos, allow an extra second or two between slides. 

3. Vary your transitions such as a slide, wipe, or fade. 

4. Integrate short video clips in the middle of the slideshow that range between 10 to 15 seconds.

5. Add motion to the slides shows depending on the type of software you are using. 

6. Be sure to test out the slideshow in the specific venue ahead of time to ensure no unexpected issues or errors are encountered.

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