A wedding naturally includes a fantastic party, and of course we do that with a good dose of music. But how do you get the whole family on the dance floor? Here has Diamondsbyme researched it, and came up with a list of 20 songs. Is your favorite included?
Weddings in the Netherlands
A beautiful ceremony, loving vows, the rings, the kiss, and then a festive reception. We now know what to expect from a wedding. Of course, every couple gives it their own twist: one goes for a theme party, the other keeps it traditional. And where one invites a small group of loved ones, others prefer to make it one big party. So many people, so many wishes!
And the music at a wedding can of course be incredibly atmospheric. So it’s no wonder that many couples spend quite a bit on a great wedding DJ. Many couples also simply choose their own music and make a playlist of it on music service Spotify. Diamondsbyme analyzed about 900 playlists with the word “wedding” in the title. This resulted in a top 20 with the most common songs we put on at weddings.
The Twenty Biggest Wedding Hits is just as full of classics as it is a few surprise appearances. For example, we absolutely did not expect Mart Hoogkamer to be so high in this hit list. How many passed by at your wedding?
- Mary you – Bruno Mars (134)
- Perfect – Ed Sheeran (130)
- Dancing Queen – ABBA (109)
- I’m going swimming – Mart Hoogkamer (109)
- Live – Andre Hazes Jr. (108)
- Tonight (From my head) – Kriss Kross Amsterdam (106)
- Stardust – The Youth of Today (93)
- Can’t stop the feeling – Justin Timberlake (89)
- Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran (87)
- Wannabe–Spice Girls (81)
- Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! -ABBA (81)
- Paradise by the Dashboard Light – Meat Loaf (80)
- Party tent – Kraantje Pappie (79)
- Sexy when I dance – Nielson (78)
- Better together – Jack Johnson (78)
- I gotta feeling – Black Eyed Peas (75)
- All of me – John Legend (70)
- Rainbow in the sky – Paul Elstak (70)
- Pepas–Farruko (70)
- More than that – Rolf Sanchez (69)
Source: Things for Women, Diamondsbyme | Image: Pexels