The hottest wedding songs for 2013We know you want fresh, new song ideas for your reception. So we went to the pros for their top wedding song predictions of the year. Have a different song idea? Share it in the comments below!
"Overjoyed," Matchbox Twenty
Who will like it: Everyone
When to play it: The first dance
"Ho Hey," The Lumineers
Who will like it: The couples
When to play it: Toward the end of the night, as the couples start to pair off
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Who will like it: The romantics
When to play it: During the cocktail hour
"Kiss Me," Ed Sheeran
Who will like it: The slow dancers
When to play it: The last slow dance
"Marry You," Bruno Mars
Who will like it: The young and young at heart
When to play it: During the photo slideshow
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Who will like it: Everyone with a sense of humor
When to play it: During the dance party
"Feel So Close," Calvin Harris
Who will like it: Your guests who are ready to party
When to play it: During your reception entrance
"I Will Wait," Mumford & Sons
Who will like it: Everyone
When to play it: After a slow song to get the party going again
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"You're the Kind of Girl," Lee Fields & The Expressions
Who will like it:The fans of old-school
When to play it: After the father-daughter and mother-son dances, when young and old hit the dance floor
"Dearest," The Black Keys
Who will like it: The indie rockers
When to play it: During the cake cutting
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