We have made it halfway through 2017, and many songs have presented themselves to the world. From hip hop to rock, you can guarantee that there are many tunes which are quite popular, especially when it comes to songs that your guests will want to hear at your wedding.

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Are you aware of what some of the most popular 2017 wedding songs are?

Here at Philadelphia String Quartet, we want your wedding entertainment to be a success! That’s why we have gathered some of the top 2017 wedding songs to help inspire your big day playlist. If you are ready to discover what they are, be sure to continue reading:

·         Can’t Stop the Feeling! Your wedding day is a day that you will never want to end. Filled with love, fun, and a great atmosphere, surely you won’t want the feeling of happiness that you will experience to disappear. If you choose to play Can’t Stop the Feeling! By Justin Timberlake, you can ensure that your dance floor will be amped up and full of life.

·         Over and Over Again. There is no greater feeling in the world than loving another. Over and Over Again by Nathan Sykes and Ariana Grande presents a great sound with lyrics that showcase nothing but love. If you are seeking a song that everyone can tap their toes to, as well as lyrics that represent what your big day is all about, this song is certainly a go-to.

·         Cake by the Ocean. If there is one song you can count on to get your wedding guests on the dance floor, it’s Cake by the Ocean by DNCE. This song debuted, and the world certainly appreciated its festive rhythm! So, your wedding guests surely will too.

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Many songs fill the world of weddings! These are just a few of the most popular ones of 2017 that you can incorporate into your big day playlist. Are you still seeking a Philadelphia wedding band? If so, please contact us here at Philadelphia String Quartet. We are ready to begin planning your Philadelphia, Pennsylvania wedding music.


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