Wedding Songs of 2015

Whether you attended many weddings in 2015, or you only went to one or two, there were some popular songs that we are sure you heard.

That’s why our friends over at Spotify went through the over 400,000 wedding-themed playlists on their application and created a playlists of their own with the top wedding songs of 2015.

Topping the list was “All of Me” by John Legend

All of the 50 top songs can be found here:

That’s not all they did! They even determined the top 15 first dance songs of 2015. Of course, Ed Sheeran’s “ Thinking Out Loud” came in at number 1!

All of the 15 top songs can be found here:

Are you getting married in 2016? We asked some of our favorite local DJs to help us determine which songs on the list will still be some great wedding songs and what other songs they think might raise to the top!

Main Event Entertainment

“I have many sets that I put together from motown to 80’s 90’s to today, this short list is a sample of the newer music that moves crowds.” -Joey Dion

  1. Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson ft. Bruno Mars
  2. Honey I’m Good – Andy Grammer
  3. Shut Up and Dance – Walk the Moon
  4. Sorry – Justin Bieber
  5. Cheerleader – OMI

Peak Entertainment

“We do a lot of weddings every summer and, though most couples seem to choose current pop songs for their First Dance, there are always a few for whom choose a classic. If I had to pick two favorites (one relatively current and one classic), they would be ‘You Are The Best Thing’, due to its strong beginning and ending, and ‘At Last’, as it’s a perennial favorite and a timeless song.” -Newton Wells

  1. All Of Me – John Legend
  2. Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
  3. At Last – Etta James 
  4. A Thousand Years – Christina Perri
  5. You Are The Best Thing – Ray Lamontagne

What songs will you be playing at your wedding?

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