Popular 2010s Songs for Weddings
This is the Best 2010s Music for Weddings to get people on the dance floor! Most party planners want the most current hits for their events. So, to get the party started, you’ll want to give your wedding planner and DJ some of your favorites from our list.
2010s Songs Liven Up Your Wedding Reception
Whether it’s Gangnam Style, Feel it Still, or Blurred Lines the 2010s had a sound that is happy and upbeat. In that regard, it’s similar to the 1920s and 1980s. Music seems to cycle that way from emotional to uplifting the way our culture shifts — and lower unemployment (pre-COVID of course).
Megan thinks it’s “all about the bass,” Pharrell wants you to know that the sun can take a break, and Chris Stapleton’s saying “you’re as sweet as strawberry wine.” The 2010’s aren’t about a particular genre — it’s about fun, hope, and a bit of danger. No matter what emotion you have, you can send your friends your own personal Drake Meme.
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Though this list is a work in progress, since we’ve only just begun, if you think we should add a song to the list, please leave a comment. Be sure to also tell us which song we should replace with your song! For a complete list of wedding music, check out all our wedding reception music. If you want to know what is trending right now, view our Hot 50 Songs right now.
2010s wedding song list curated by Matthew Campbell
Last Updated: May 3, 2021
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Top 5 2010s Songs for Weddings
1) Uptown Funk – Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars
2) Can’t Stop The Feeling! – Justin Timberlake
3) Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran
4) Marry You – Bruno Mars
5) All Of Me – John Legend
The 2010s — There’s An App for That
In 2007, Steve Jobs rocked our world with the iPhone. People began lining up for it like they were buying U2 tickets! With the smartphone came apps and — blamo — the gig economy, which is good because according to Stacker, tuition rose as well. Those Zoomers had to start doing the hustle — the side hustle that is.
“As of 2019, nine-in-ten U.S. adults say they go online, 81% say they own a smartphone and 72% say they use social media.” Pew Research
With apps came smart TVs and — you guessed it, binge-watching. Before House of Cards, we didn’t have a whole season of a show to watch in 48 hours. Did you get any sleep the last decade?
“So thanks, House of Cards, for ushering in an age of binge-watching anchored by major movie stars and timely plots. Too bad that, in the end, it all collapsed under the weight of the real world, in more ways than one.” The Atlantic
The 2010s were all about personal, concierge service — now. Amazon Prime Before as Ronny Chieng jokes about in his Netflix Special, “sent it to me before I want it.” So, let’s get back to the music, eh?
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