Top Australian Wedding Songs - 2014 List

Finding good Aussie music is sometimes a difficult task when planning a wedding. Which is why Majestic Wedding DJ's have compiled a list of top Aussie Wedding Songs for you here!


Birds of Tokyo - Lanterns

A local Perth band's 2013/14 hit song, which has flown under the radar for many weddings.

Recommended for:  first dance.

Bee Gees - How Deep Is Your Love

How could you not know the Bee Gees? This hit song from the 80's is a popular wedding favourite for many Brides.

Recommended for:  cake cutting, first dance.

Savage Garden - Truly Madly Deeply

For that nostalgic 90's vibe, go no further than Savage Garden's hit song.

Recommended for:  cake cutting, exit song.

Delta Goodrem - Sitting on Top of the World

Delta may be unlucky in love, but she makes great wedding music. This uplifting song can be used in various settings.

Recommended for:  cake cutting, entrance song, exit song.

John Paul Young - Love is in the Air

Feel like doing some Dirty Dancing at your wedding? Then look no further than JPY's hit song Love is in the Air and watch all the parents rush to the dance floor. Works well as an exit song.

Recommended for:  entrance song, exit song.

Angus and Julia Stone - The Wedding Song

All the other songs a bit too mainstream? Want something a bit more Triple J friendly? This Angus and Julia Stone track makes for a great alternative first dance song.

Recommended for:  first dance

Pete Murray - You Pick Me Up

Want something a bit more rock? Pete Murray's track is a great way to end the night.

Recommended for:  exit song

The Temper Trap - Sweet Disposition

Want a track that swells and gradually uplifts your guests? The Temper Traps hit song Sweet Disposition is a great choice for an entrance or exit song.

Recommended for:  entrance song, exit song

Paul Kelly - To Her Door

Love a bit of Paul Kelly? Then this classic song works well for an uplifting exit song that will have everyone singing along.

Recommended for:  exit song

Dylan Urquhart

From humble beginnings DJ Motions (Dylan Urquhart) learnt the basics through Jazz Trumpet and Guitar, after performing for a few years in an ensemble, jazz and a few rock bands, Dylan set up a home recording studio in Perth in order to record a solo album. After finding the majority of musicians has succumbed to fly in/out work, he began to perform all tracks on his own, playing bass guitar, keyboard and a drum machine. From this stemmed today's creation DJ Motions, from which Dylan is able to share his love for music with various crowds in various settings. With a strong passion for setting the right mood and playing the right kind of music for the right crowd, DJ Motions routine always involves a pre-event consultation to ensure the music at your next event will match the attending crowd.