The 40 Best Duet Wedding Songs

Singing a duet with the love of your life at your wedding is something everyone should do! Not only will you and your new spouse enjoy it, but your guests will have some great entertainment, that they’ll never forget.

Which song you end up choosing will depend entirely on you and your significant other, but there are quite a few songs that we feel were written with wedding duets in mind.

Here are some of the best duet wedding songs to consider:

duet wedding songs

“I Finally Found Someone” by Brian Adams and Barbra Streisand

This song is perfect for couples who were friends long before they became lovers.

Lyrics you’ll love: “I finally found the one who makes me feel complete…/It started over coffee, we started out as friends/It’s funny how from simple things; the best things begin”

“A Thousand Years” by Christina Perri and Steve Kazee

A beautiful song that isn’t too hard to sing except for that one high note in the line “one step closer.”

Lyrics you’ll love: “How can I love when I’m afraid to fall/But watching you stand alone/All of my doubt, suddenly goes away somehow”

“Endless Love” by Diana Ross

The duet version by Luther Vandross and Mariah Carey is perfect for your big day’s duet.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Our lives have just begun/Forever/I’ll hold you close in my arms”

“From This Moment On” by Shania Twain and Bryan White

This song kicks off with, “I do swear that I’ll always be there,” which makes a great segue from saying your vows as part of the singing performance.

Lyrics you’ll love: “I do swear that I’ll always be there/I’d give anything and everything/And I will always care/Through weakness and strength/Happiness and sorrow, for better or worse/I will love you with every beat of my heart.”

“Beauty and the Beast” by Ariana Grande and John Legend

As you’d expect, this song may not be easy to sing, but we’re betting it’s worth the effort when you see the astonished look on your guests’ faces. We’re also not stating who’s Beauty and who the Beast is!

Lyrics you’ll love: “Just a little change/Small, to say the least/Both a little scared/Neither one prepared/Beauty and the Beast”

“Thank God I Found You” Mariah Carey, Joe, and 98°

This song can be a great option, especially with your bridesmaids and groomsmen acting as backup singers.

Lyrics you’ll love: “When you brought the sunlight/Completed my whole life/I’m overwhelmed with gratitude/’Cause baby I’m so thankful I found you”

“A Whole New World” by Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle

For all the 90s kids out there, this is 100% for you. Don’t let the crazy good vocals intimidate you; you can sing it as simply as you choose to.

Lyrics you’ll love: “A new fantastic point of view/No one to tell us no/Or where to go/Or say we’re only dreaming”

“Rewrite The Stars” by Zendaya and Zac Efron

This song from The Greatest Showman movie is perfect for the couples who ended up with each other against all odds.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Say you were made to be mine/Nothing could keep us apart/You’d be the one I was meant to find

“You Are The Reason” by Calum Scott, Leona Lewis

If you have a piano nearby, you definitely want to consider this duet.

Lyrics you’ll love: “And I’d climb every mountain/And swim every ocean/Just to be with you”

“Perfect” by Ed Shiran and Beyoncé

Yes, in case you didn’t know, Queen Bey herself sang a duet version of this song.

Lyrics you’ll love: “I found a love, to carry more than just my secrets/To carry love, to carry children of our own”

“Two Is Better Than One” by Boys Like Girls and Taylor Swift

Nothing better than a 2009 song to take you back to simpler times.

Lyrics you’ll love: “‘Cause when I close my eyes and drift away/I think of you and everything’s okay/I’m finally now believing/That maybe it’s true/That I can’t live without you/And maybe two is better than one”

“Lucky” by Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat

This song is as fun to sing as it is a great listen.

Lyrics you’ll love: “You make it easier when life gets hard/Lucky I’m in love with my best friend/Lucky to have been where I have been/Lucky to be coming home again”

“Don’t Know Much” by Linda Ronstadt and Aaron Neville

Doesn’t this song perfectly express the innocence and naivety that comes with tying the knot?

Lyrics you’ll love: “Look at this life I still don’t know where it’s going/I don’t know much but I know I love you/That may be all I need to know”

“You Matter to Me” by Drew Gehling and Jessie Mueller

Sometimes, you feel invisible up until the moment you meet this one person. If that resonates with you, give this song a listen.

Lyrics you’ll love: “All they do is wrap you up in their arms and hold on tight/Without an ounce of selfishness in it”

“True Colors” by Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake

When you’ve found your biggest support system, the one that sees you for who you truly are, that’s when you know this song is for you.

Lyrics you’ll love: “This world makes you crazy/And you’ve taken all you can bear/Just call me up/’Cause I will always be there”

“When You Tell Me That You Love Me” by Westlife and Diana Ross

Another song by Diana Ross that makes our hearts flutter.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Nothing is above me/I’m shining like a candle in the dark/When you tell me that you love me”

“At the Beginning” by Evynne and Peter Hollens Hollens

Songs that were made by real-life couples, like this one, have a special feel to them. It’s energetic, heartfelt, and easy to sing.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Now here we stand/Unafraid of the future/At the beginning with you”

“Way Back Into Love” by Drew Barrymore and Hugh Grant

A gorgeous song by gorgeous people, we suggest you take a look at the movie scene where they record it for a fun addition to your performance.

Lyrics you’ll love: “And if I open my heart to you/I’m hoping you’ll show me what to do/And if you help me to start again”

“In Love With You” by Christian Bautista and Angeline Quinto

A great duet with inspiring lyrics about love despite all the ups and downs.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Now we’re here together/Yesterday has passed/Life is just beginning/Close to you, at last/And I promise to you/I will always be there”

“All I Ask of You” by Andrew Lloyd Webber and Patrick Wilson

For the more capable singers, this is an incredibly beautiful song that will captivate your audience.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Then say you’ll share with me one love, one lifetime/Let me lead you from your solitude/Say you need me with you, here beside you”

“It Takes Two” by Emily Blunt and James Corden

Marriage is not an easy feat; it takes dedication, commitment, and a whole lot of effort. This song will remind you of this in the most beautiful and conversational way possible.

Lyrics you’ll love: “It takes care/It takes patience and fear and despair/To change.”

“Love Is an Open Door” by Patti Murin and John Riddle

This song is a favorite of ours, with a fun, quirky vibe and an easygoing style.

Lyrics you’ll love: “I’ve never met someone/Who thinks so much like me!/Jinx! Jinx again!/Our mental synchronization/Can have but one explanation/You And I Were Just Meant to be!”

“Timeless to Me” by Christopher Walken and John Travolta

When old age just can’t stop you from marrying The ONE! This song is refreshingly humorous and fun to sing.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Some folks can’t stand it, say time is a bandit/But I take the opposite view/’Cause when I need a lift, time brings a gift/Another day with you”

“In a Little While” by Marshall Barer and Mary Rodgers

A 40s heartfelt classic that has a beautiful melody to match the lyrics.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Because you know I don’t belong and furthermore, I shan’t belong/To anyone but you”

“People Will Say We’re In Love” by Gordon Macrae and Shirley Jones

Pretending not to be in love? Maybe friends and family knew before you did. If that’s the case, this song is definitely for you.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Don’t sigh and gaze at me/Your sighs are so like mine/Your eyes mustn’t glow like mine/People will say we’re in love!”

“Something Good” by Julie Andrews and Bill Lea

One of the best songs from The Sound of Music with lyrics that speak volumes.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Nothing comes from nothing/Nothing ever could/So somewhere in my youth or childhood/I must have done something good/For here you are standing there, loving me/Whether or not you should”

“Ten Minutes Ago” by Santino Fontana and Laura Osnes

Imagine entering the hall and your Prince Charming is down on one knee, about to serenade the woman of his dreams?

Lyrics you’ll love: “Ten minutes ago I saw you/I looked up when you came through the door./My head started reeling,/You gave me the feeling/The room had no ceiling or floor.”

“Summer Nights” by John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John

Great for a group performance from one of our all-time favorite movies, Grease.

Lyrics you’ll love: “He got friendly, holding my hand/She got friendly down in the sand/He was sweet just turned eighteen/Well, she was good you know what I mean”

“A Little Fall of Rain” by Les Miserable London Cast

Les Miserable gave us a lot of great songs, but none quite as tragically romantic as this one.

Lyrics you’ll love: “You would live a hundred years/If I could show you how/I won’t desert you now”

“Without Love” by Hairspray Cast

This is an all-around great song, but it can be particularly expressive for a mixed-race couple.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Living in the ghetto/Black is everywhere ya go/Who’d ‘ve thought I’d love a girl/With skin as white as winter’s snow/…/In my ivory tower/Life was just a hostess snack/But now I’ve tasted chocolate/And I’m never going back”

“Hey Kendra” by 13 Broadway Cast

This song is fantastic for a wedding duet; it’s flirty, hilarious, and perfect for a group performance that includes the bride’s mom.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Tell your mama not to worry, girl. It’s gonna feel real fine/Yay!/No, no, no, no, no! You can’t go to the movies on Friday night! No, no she can’t do it ’cause you already committed to do that thing!/What thing?/That thing!/What thing?/That thing you said you would do on Friday!/There is no thing”

“Destiny” by Jim Brickman, Jordan Hill, and Billy Porter

It’s hard to wrap your head about being in love with someone forever… until you find the one.

Lyrics you’ll love: “But forever was just a word, just a word/Something I’d only heard about/But now your always there for me/When you say forever I’ll believe”

“I Choose You” by Ryann Darling

The beautiful piano intro and music make this song another great choice if you’ve got a pianist playing at your wedding.

Lyrics you’ll love: “And I’d say, “I do”/For the rest of my life/With all that I have, I do”

“Two Becoming One” by Jonathan and Emily Martin

This song is simply made to be performed at a wedding. If you feel like your love is a true gift from God, this song is perfect for you.

Lyrics you’ll love: “We are two becoming one/May what he’s joined be not undone/May our love put Christ on display”

“Nobody But You” by Blake Shelton and Gwen Stefani

A love song with irresistible country vibes.

Lyrics you’ll love: “All the wasted days, all the wasted nights/I blame it all on being young/Got no regrets, ’cause they got me here/But I don’t wanna waste another one”

“I Say A Little Prayer” by Steve Tyrell and Patti Austin

A great song for those who’d like their guests to join in.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Together together that’s how it must be/To live without you would only mean a heartbreak for me”

“Tonight I Celebrate My Love” by Peabo Bryson and Nat King Cole

Another song from the 80s, the era for some of the best-known ballads songs we still love singing along to.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Tonight I celebrate my love for you/And soon this old world will seem brand new”

“Unforgettable” by Natalie and Nat King Cole

An incredibly beautiful song made even better as a duet with Nat King and his daughter.

Lyrics you’ll love: “That’s why darling, it’s incredible/That someone so unforgettable/Thinks that I am unforgettable too”

“Up Where We Belong” by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes

From a movie about a navy pilot, this song is all about flying high with love.

Lyrics you’ll love: “Love lifts us up where we belong/Far from the world below/Up where the clear winds blow”

“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

This is another song that would be perfect to get your whole audience to chime in.

Lyrics you’ll love: “And from that day on I made a vow/I’ll be there when you want me some way, somehow”

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