Top 25 Wedding Songs of 2019

Wedding Songs

Planning your wedding includes choosing the songs you want played at your reception. Aside from the first dance and Father/Daughter dance, you need upbeat, fun music that gets the crowd on the dance floor. Of course, there should be times where you slow things down too – bring out those couples and enjoy a little slow dancing.

The list below is a compilation of the top wedding songs for 2019. The mixture includes new/trending songs as well as a few oldies but goodies that everyone expects to hear at weddings. Of course, the playlist is up to you, but these are the top songs many couples enjoy.

The Top Requested Songs of 2019

Old Town Road (remix) by Lil Nas X and featuring Billy Ray Cyrus

Senorita by Shawn Mendes and Camilla Cabello

The Git Up by Blanco Brown

Thank u Next by Ariana Grande

Sunflower by Post Malone & Swae Lee

Wow by Post Malone

Thunder by Imagine Dragons

Happier by Marshmello & Bastille

Hey Look Ma, I Made It by Panic! at the Disco

Y.M.C.A by The Village People

Sweet but Psyche by Ava Max

Havana by Camila Cabello featuring Young Thug

Shut Up and Dance by Walk the Moon

Don’t Stop Believin’ by Journey

Happy by Pharrell Williams

Doin’ Time by Lana del Ray

Tempo by Lizzo featuring Missy Elliott

Someone you Loved by Lewis Capaldi

Shallow by Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper

Speechless by Dan + Shay

Good as You by Kane Brown

When I Fall in Love by Michael Buble

Beautiful Crazy by Luke Combs

Perfect by Ed Sheeran

Lover by Taylor Swift

Choosing the Right Songs at Your Wedding

The list above is the most requested songs for weddings so far this year. But, your wedding is about you. If these songs don’t resonate with you, don’t request them. We suggest that you and your fiancé sit down and make a list of ‘must-have’ songs at your wedding. What are your music styles? Are they the same or do they differ?

Together you can create a list of the songs you agree on and a few that you both need/want for yourselves. There’s nothing wrong with having different music styles and meeting somewhere in the middle. It’s the start of your compromising as husband and wife.

Creating the Perfect Reception

Your music is a big part of the reception. It can make or break the mood. Work with a qualified DJ that will honor your requests but have the ability to read the room. If the music isn’t jiving with the crowd, your DJ should have the ability to switch things up and engage the crowd. If your ideal wedding includes a crowded dance floor, choose a DJ that has the experience, knowledge, and desire to get the crowd doing no matter what.

In the meantime, choose the songs that mean the most to you and make you want to hit the dance floor. Chances are your guests will follow – after all, you are the reason they are there to celebrate!