8 Songs You Must Play (and Not Play) at Your 2017 Wedding

Popular music is, in large part, pretty fleeting, meaning what's popular this month is likely to not get the same amount of airplay the next. Of course there are songs that stand the test of time, but that's not what we're here for .

2017 wedding songs

The music you choose to play at your wedding is incredibly important and can (and likely will) play a huge part in what kind of vibe you give you and your guests. So, that being said, we want to offer you a quick guide on what you should AND should not play at your 2017 wedding. 

2017 wedding songs: For Sure Play

"Can't Stop the Feeling" - Justing Timberlake

Good luck not dancing to this song. In fact, we dare you not to dance.

"24k Magic" - Bruno Mars

Bruno Mars brings the party with him. This is a no brainer.

"Juju On That Beat" - Zay Hilfigerrr and Zayion McCall

Dance Challenge accepted. 

Early 2000s Hip Hop

Peace up, A-Town down. You'll thank us later.

2017 wedding songs: Don't press Play

"Blurred Lines" - Robin Thicke

We get why this song had its hayday, but it's time to hang up the hat. We'll see you in 10 years, Robin (see: 2000s hip hop).

"Raise Your Glass" - Pink

We love you, Pink, but this song has collected dust. Holler at us with a new single.

"Cha Cha Slide" - All Variations

Just watch the video. Want to play this at your wedding now? This song is generally when people conveniently fill up their drink. 

"Time of Our Lives" - Pitbull ft. Ne-Yo

Even the 305 is over this song.

If you're looking for a wedding DJ who knows what songs are in, drop us a line. We'd love to tell you about what we think about the trending music and what you should play. Also, Nice Entertainment has a pretty sweet song request platform. Check it out here.