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The Top 5 Wedding Tracks of 2022


 A lively wedding reception scene where a joyous bride and groom dance among their enthusiastic guests, with smiles and raised hands under the warm glow of ambient lighting.

Dance Floor Chronicles: The Hits of 2022 That Kept Us Grooving!

As the golden hues of summer fade into the fiery colors of fall, wedding season is ramping up to full swing. This year, we've seen dance floors from Los Angeles to Hawaii turn up the heat with some seriously unforgettable tracks. Now, let's take a trip down memory lane and groove to the beats that became the anthems of love and celebration in 2022.

The Top 5 Tracks That Defined Our Year And Many Weddings

1. ABBA - Gimme! Gimme! Gimme! (A Man After Midnight)

Iconic pop group ABBA, poised in stylish 70s attire, exudes the cool confidence of their era, hinting at the timeless music they're celebrated for.  Alt Description: Two vibrant pop artists against a surreal desert backdrop, their dynamic poses and colorful attire reflecting the playful and creative spirit of their music collaboration.

Transporting us back to the glitz of the 70s with a time machine called nostalgia, this ABBA hit proved it’s timeless. It's the song that crossed generations, got Grandma twirling with the flower girl, and made everyone feel like a dancing queen! This track has been played at almost every wedding.

2. Doja Cat - Kiss Me More (feat. SZA)

Two vibrant pop artists against a surreal desert backdrop, their dynamic poses and colorful attire reflecting the playful and creative spirit of their music collaboration.

The name on everyone's lips and the artist dominating every couple's 'must-play' list: Doja Cat. This song didn't just walk into 2022 – it strutted, and we've all been bopping along since.

3. Elton John, Dua Lipa - Cold Heart (PNAU Remix)

An animated representation of a modern music collaboration, featuring two iconic artists depicted in a stylized cosmic setting, merging past and present musical influences.

With a beat as warm as a tropical night and a chorus as catchy as a love bug, this track had everyone from the best man to your second cousin twice removed chanting along in harmonious bliss.

4. Farruko - Pepas

A well-known reggaeton artist gives a thumbs-up in a desert scene, exuding confidence and swagger, indicative of his impactful music that resonates with fans worldwide.

Some songs simmer on the back burner before they sizzle, and 'Pepas' was the slow burn that ignited into a full-blown fire on the dance floor. Released in 2021, it marinated in the wedding scene to become a savory favorite.

5. Blink 182 - All The Small Things

Members of a popular punk-rock band posed together, capturing the rebellious and carefree spirit of their music that continues to resonate with generations of fans

Who needs "Stairway to Heaven" when you've got the punk-pop joyride of Blink 182? This year, "All The Small Things" sent classic rock packing and crowned itself the new sing-along sovereign.

The Soundtrack of ‘I Do’

So there you have it, the songs that turned receptions into raves and first dances into lasting memories. Whether you're reminiscing or planning your own big day, let these hits from 2022 inspire your soundtrack. After all, a perfect wedding playlist isn't just about the right songs – it's about the moments they create and the smiles they unfailingly bring to everyone’s faces. Here's to the tunes that brought us together and the ones that will keep us dancing into the fall!

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How do we pick wedding tracks that appeal to guests of all ages?

 Strike a balance between timeless classics and current hits. Classics from artists like ABBA will get older generations up and moving, while recent chart-toppers can cater to the younger crowd. Always consider the songs that have a universal appeal and an infectious beat!

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