Few super hits of yesteryear have stood the test of time and will be played at weddings for years to come. Wedding super hits of the past include Etta James’ At Last, Elvis Presley’s Can’t Help Falling In Love and Frank Sinatra’s The Way You Look Tonight. Songs as these will be played at weddings for years to come (we hope). But what of modern songs super hits?
We feel some songs of today will make it into playlists for years to come. No, they are released after Celine Dion’s run of wedding songs. Yes, they will carry on forever as well. But what about newer songs? How will they hold up? Yes, songs come and go. However, songs speaking of love never die. They get carried on to future generations.
What makes a wedding super hit? The song can be played throughout the whole wedding day and be appropriate. In addition, the song has been played in many different scenarios such as the first dance songs, songs to fill dance floors and also bring about emotion to its listeners. The below wedding song super hits will be played at today’s weddings and hopefully for hundreds of years to come.
Wedding Song Super Hits
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I Am Yours – Andy Grammer
Nobody But You – Blake Shelton Duet with Gwen Stefani
Speechless – Dan + Shay
Perfect – Ed Sheeran
Nobody – Brian McKnight
Do you know of other wedding song super hits that should be added to our list? Please supply your suggestions below through a comment. However, be sure the song is widely played at most weddings across the USA in many different themed weddings.
Other greatest song lists:
- 100 Greatest Wedding Songs Of All-Time To Inspire You
- 17 Greatest Women Wedding Musicians
- 100 Greatest Artists All-Time & Their Best Wedding Song
- CMT’s 40 Greatest Songs Of The Decade 2000-2010