If you’re getting married in 2017, we bet you’re looking for the best music to play at your reception. You want your guests to have fun and enjoy themselves, which is why we’ve put together this list of the best wedding songs! From John Legend to Ed Sheeran to everyone in between, you won’t want to leave any of these wedding songs off your playlist.
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Without further ado, let’s get into the best wedding songs for 2017! Stay tuned until the end of the post for a Spotify playlist that you can save for later.
1. City of Stars – Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling
While La La Land may not have won Best Picture at this year’s Oscars, City of Stars did win Best Original Song! We think that City of Stars is the perfect addition to any wedding playlist, especially if you and your beau can learn the dance routines!
2. Shape of You – Ed Sheeran
This is the first of two Ed Sheeran songs on our list, as he’s just released his newest album, Divide! And what’s a modern wedding without an Ed Sheeran song or two? Shape of You is upbeat and perfect for dancing at your reception.
3. Can’t Stop the Feeling! – Justin Timberlake
It’s pretty inevitable that a pop song from an animated movie becomes one of the top wedding songs each year. A few years ago it was Everything is Awesome from The Lego Movie, and this year it’s Can’t Stop the Feeling! from Trolls. Play this song at your wedding and allow Justin Timberlake to bring some high energy music to your dancing!
4. Mercy – Shawn Mendes
If you want to take a break from higher energy music, this Shawn Mendes tune is perfect. It’s a romantic song that will give your guests a chance to relax and sway to the music.