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#WeddingWednesday – A Song List to Sing About

We have all been to our fair share of weddings where the music is a mix of Top 40’s hits, and 80’s rock classics. It gives a good variety for the diverse population most likely in attendance, and allows everyone to get up, dance, and sing-along. If you were to look up the Top 20 Wedding Songs of 2014, your top five would rank as follows:

  1. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
  2. Cupid Shuffle – Cupid
  3. I Got a Feeling – Black Eyed Peas
  4. Sexy and I Know It – LMFAO
  5. Livin’ On a Prayer – Bon Jovi

This got us thinking – what are some songs that didn’t make the top list this year, but certainly deserve to be considered? We asked the people on our Sales and Events teams, who are planning their own weddings this year, what their highest ranking songs would be, and we found a pretty eclectic, awesome list:

  1. All of Me – John Legend (This live version is quite possibly even more charming and romantic)
  2. Dancing Days – Stone Temple Pilots (Led Zeppelin cover)
  3. Feel It All Around – Washed Out
  4. Fireball – Pitbull
  5. Footloose – Kenny Loggins
  6. Give Me Everything – Pitbull
  7. Happy – Pharrell
  8. Hypnotize – Notorious BIG
  9. I Believe In a Thing Called Love – The Darkness
  10. It’s Tricky – Run-D.M.C.
  11. Last Nite – The Strokes
  12. Love Stoned / I Think She Knows – Justin Timberlake
  13. Shooting Stars – Bag Raiders
  14. Someone Great – LCD Soundsystem
  15. You and Me – Dave Matthews Band

Every couple and wedding is different, and we thought that a new, less conventional list was worth a listen!

Planning your wedding?  The Hyatt Regency McCormick Place would love to host your wedding!  View Hyatt Regency McCormick Place’s online wedding brochure.  Or contact our wedding coordinator Stacy Terpsma via email or at 312.528.4168

You’re more than welcome at the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place, 2233 South Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, Chicago, Illinois 60616; +1 312 567 1234

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