Best Wedding Songs of 2010

From the cocktail hour to the last dance of the evening, here are the new must-play wedding songs of the year.
by Anja Winikka
  1. "Say Hey (I Love You)" by Michael Franti and Spearhead

    Who will like it: Everyone
    When to play it: The cocktail hour or between dinner courses

  2. "You & Me" by Dave Matthews Band

    Who will like it: The bride, the groom, and the rest of the lovebirds
    When to play it: The first dance

  3. "Only You Can Love Me This Way" by Keith Urban

    Who will like it: The country-music lovers
    When to play it: During the photo slideshow

  4. "I Got a Feeling" by Black Eyed Peas

    Who will like it: Your guests who are ready to party
    When to play it: As you make your reception entrance

  5. "Never Had Nobody Like You" by M. Ward

    Who will like it: The romantics and nostalgics
    When to play it: The cake cutting

  6. "My Life Would Suck Without You" by Kelly Clarkson

    Who will like it: Your best girlfriends (who think life would suck without you)
    When to play it: During the bouquet toss

  7. "Hey Soul Sister" by Train

    Who will like it: All the couples
    When to play it: As one of the first slow songs

  8. "Down" by Jay Sean

    Who will like it: The younger, dancing crowd -- single and taken
    When to play it: Following a slow song to get everyone back on the dance floor

  9. "Blame It (on the Alcohol)" by Jaime Foxx and T. Pain

    Who will like it: Your guests who like to dance
    When to play it: Late (when the older folks have made their exit)

  10. "Everyday" by Vetiver

    Who will like it: All the couples
    When to play it: As the last slow song of the night
    Yeah, we know the video isn't romantic (it's a parody), but the song still is!

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