It looked like the Stellaride wedding wouldn’t happen for a minute, but Casey saved the day. What were the Stellaride wedding songs in Chicago Fire?
There was a moment in the Chicago Fire season 10 finale where it looked like the Stellaride wedding wouldn’t happen. This wasn’t because one of them backed out. It was all due to a mix-up at the venue. Fortunately, Casey was there to save the day, leading to Stella and Severide getting married on a boat.
With a wedding comes music. There were three songs picked for the wedding event of the season. One of those was when Stella walked down the aisle (with Boden giving her away!) and then two during the party afterward.
Want to add them to your Spotify or YouTube playlist? Of course you do! Here are the three songs you need.
Stellaride wedding songs from the Chicago Fire season 10 finale
The song while walking down the aisle was “All of Me” by John Legend. It only makes sense to have that song as Stella’s song to walk down the aisle.
Stellaride has been through one hell of a journey to get to this point. It’s clear from how they both accept each other’s flaws that they do have all of each other.
The first song at the party was “Uptown Funk” by Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars. This is a great pick for a party song. Could anybody keep themselves in their chairs while the quick clip played?
Then the music switched to “At Last” by Etta James. While the focus was on other characters at the time, the song choice is poignant. We get that feeling of “at last,” Stellaride has made it down the aisle.
What did you think of the song choices for the Stellaride wedding in the Chicago Fire season 10 finale? Share what you would have picked in the comments below.
Chicago Fire returns with a new season in fall 2022 on NBC.