Mumford And Sons Wedding Songs [The Top 10 For Your Playlist]

If you love Mumford and Sons, then it is fitting that you play them on your wedding day.

They have a number of brilliant songs that are not only entirely suitable, but that many people of different ages and of music preferences will enjoy.

That being said, it can be hard to name or come up with some of the best Mumford and Son songs on the spot.

That is why we have pulled together a list of some of their most iconic songs that you may just very well want to get added to that legendary wedding playlist.

Sigh No More

The lyrics you will love:

“Love, it will not betray you, dismay or enslave you, It will set you free”.

The Ghosts That We Knew

The lyrics you will love:

“So give me hope in the darkness that I will see the light.”

I Will Wait

The lyrics you will love:

“And I will wait, I will wait for you”

Not With Haste

The lyrics you will love:

“We will run and scream, you will dance with me. Fulfill our dreams and we’ll be free”

Beloved

The lyrics you will love:

“Before you leave, you must know you are beloved. And before you leave. Remember I was with you”.

White Blank Page

The lyrics you will love:

“But tell me now, where was my fault. In loving you with my whole heart?”

There Will Be Time

The lyrics you will love:

“In the cold light, I live to love and adore you. It’s all that I am, it’s all that I have. In the cold light, I live, I only live for you. It’s all that I am, it’s all that I have”

If I Say

The lyrics you will love:

“And let it shine on, let it shine on us. And if I say I love you, well, then I love you

Guiding Light

The lyrics you will love:

“’Cause even when there is no star in sight. You’ll always be my only guiding light”

Learn Me Right

The lyrics you will love:

“We will run and scream. You will dance with me. We’ll fulfill our dreams and we’ll be free”

Finally

All the Mumford and Son songs referenced above are truly symbolic, with emotional lyrics that couldn’t be more right for your wedding playlist.

Whether you consider these for your first dance, or leave them for a time during the reception; they’ll be sure to go down well with your guests.

So, have a listen, love the lyrics and add them to your wedding playlist. There may even be one on there for your first dance!