rustic style wedding music

check out our curated music menu


A rustic style wedding may be inspired by a DIY (do-it-yourself) approach with simple, natural elements that create those special moments. Here is a sampling of music handpicked to get the juices flowing. 






King Harvest - Dancing in the Moonlight - smooth & raw, perfect when heard at dusk for those scenic outdoor/indoor locations. Pair with Elvis Presley - Don't be Cruel




John Legend - All of Me - Slow and beautiful melody. It's all in the words. Pair with The Lumineers - Ho Hey



palate cleansers

Barenaked Ladies - If I Had $1,000,000 (million dollars) - These guys are best known for the Big Bang Theory theme. This fantastic, yet simple acoutic arrangement with clever lyrics all coming back to the concept of love. Pair with Ray LaMontagne - You Are the Best Thing.



main course

Aerosmith - Dude (Looks Like a Lady) - Flashmob Worthy! What makes this song so fun are the horns - Come on Mrs. Doubtfire! Pair with Billy Joel - Tell Her About it



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A few handpicked songs you could use at your rustic style wedding in the NJ/NYC area.

Rustic weddings include wineries, barns, and outdoor weddings.

All Music Menu Styles use the

following ingredients


Cocktail - songs selected to be heard over food and drinks. Slightly upbeat, but not dancy. Great for mingling with friends and family. Cheers!


Aperitifs - slow songs curated for reception used to help "stimulate" which may lead to couples swaying, kissing and subtle butt grabs.Spreading the love to all your guests!


Palate Cleansers - songs selected for dinner, which are never too upbeat but never too dry. Your guests love to talk and catch-up while not being put too sleep.

Elevetor music not allowed. Volumes are tightly controlled for all to enjoy.


Main Course - curated selections to do what we came here for - party! It's a wedding, and we're celebrating so grab the bride and groom and get up on that dance floor!