Here are the Most Requested Country Wedding Songs (Top 10)
Wedding bells in your future? Get out your cowboy boots on and get ready to hit the dance floor. Brides.com recently published an article on the most requested songs at wedding receptions. Here are the top 10 country songs on the list.
10) "Chicken Fried," by Zac Brown Band: The Zac Brown Band is always down for a good time. If you want to pump some energy into your reception, make sure to have this one on your playlist.
9) "Forever and Ever, Amen," by Randy Travis: A classic from Randy Travis. This one is most definitely a "slow dance" song.
8) "When You Say Nothing at All," by Alison Krauss: Speaking of "slow dance" songs, this one has been on bride-to-be lists for over 20 years now.
7) "Boot Scootin' Boogie," by Brooks & Dunn: Can you say "line dancing"? You pretty much have to when this one comes on.
6) "It's Your Love," by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill: This was the duet's first hit together in 1997 and is now the first choice for many bride and grooms as their first song.
5) "Wagon Wheel," by Darius Rucker: A great song to play to get everyone (old and young) involved. Even though this one is less than 10 years old, everyone knows the lyrics to it.
4) "Country Girl (Shake It for Me)," by Luke Bryan: Play this one and all the ladies will be on the floor.
3) "The Rest of Our Life," by Tim McGraw and Faith Hill: This one was released 20 years after their other song on the countdown and was written by U.K. pop star, Ed Sheeran.
2) "You're Still the One," by Shania Twain: The Canadian Country Star became a crossover star with this mega hit. It's still one of the favorites for country fans at weddings. But it doesn't quite take the top spot.
1) "Friends in Low Places," by Garth Brooks: Throw this song on a couple hours into the reception and you'll have the whole place singing... Maybe not in unison though.
Story Source: Brides.com