Top 7 Songs from 2018 to Request for At Your Wedding
Your wedding is a celebration and there is sure to be dancing, which is why Kahootz Entertainments from Boston, Massachusetts, should be the wedding band making loud and sweet music on your big day. Your wedding is also a celebration of your love, and if you met your spouse last year, you should include love songs from that year to personalize your event and remind you of the romance you had in the starting days of your relationship. Here are 7 hits from that year that you can request, to make your wedding day special.
- Everything by Ella Mai ft John Legend:
With John and Ella Mai swearing that you need to pay attention to your significant other, the lyrics of this song make it a must-have love song from that year.
- Music to My Ears by Bradley Cooper and Lady Gaga:
A good one from the classic, A Star is Born, you probably cried and promised to cherish your spouse while watching the equally great movie too. Bring back that nostalgic moment by having the song included in your wedding playlist.
- Happy If You’re Happy by Matt and Kim:
In this song, Matt and Kim remind us that it’s all about getting someone who is only happy if you are happy.
- Summer by The Carters:
One of the great songs that Beyoncé and Jay Z used to remind us that they are still very much in love with each other, this is a great addition to your wedding list.
- Over and Over by Ben Rector:
This love song will have your wedding guests bobbing their heads and tapping their feet during your reception.
- Beyond by Leon Bridges:
As far as first dances go, this is a great song that you as a soul enthusiast will enjoy.
- All I Am by Jess Glynne:
If you are trying to get your party started, then this is the right song for you.
Send these songs to whoever is handling your wedding entertainment. They are sure to give your wedding, a loving and unforgettable ambiance.
We have you covered when it comes to wedding entertainment at Kahootz Entertainments. Call us now and watch us make your wedding day memorable and special.