Songs To Add To 2022 Wedding Playlists, From Dua Lipa To Mika Singh

While we love our good ol’ classics when it comes to a killer wedding playlist (think Shava Shava), a few new additions, from softer melodies to loud punjabi beats, will make the wedding party go wild. By Naina Atri

11 Songs To Add To Your Wedding Playlist In 2022







Thinking Out Loud will always hold a special place in our hearts, but Ed Sheeran‘s fifth studo album, =, has some new gems for your wedding playlist. First Times was apparently inspired by a quiet moment Sheeran shared with his wife, which reminded him to him savour all the small things of life. The depth of this song makes it perfect for your first dance in front of all of your loved ones.

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Let the world’s biggest pop sensations make your wedding memorable. This sweet melody had dominated charts in 2020, when the whole world was under a strict lockdown. While its doo-wop vibe makes already makes it addictive, the song was released with a meaningful aim – all proceeds from the song will be used to fund scholarships of children of frontline workers whose lives have been affected by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Justin Bieber can be trusted to release the song of our love lives, and he did not miss with his hit song Holy, released after the summer of 2020. The song is obviously about his relationship with his wife, Hailey Bieber, and about the relationship they share with God. With lyrics like ‘Runnin’ to the altar like a track star, Can’t wait another second’, will get you pumped up for sure, but we suggest the more touching, acoustic version.

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Bruno Mars dropped one of the biggest songs of the past decade, and your wedding playlist would be incomplete without it. This smooth slow jam oozes with romance and will leave guests swooning on the dance floor.

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Punjabi ballads capture the essence of love, making them a necessary fixture on wedding playlists. The remix of Millind Gaba’s 2017 song of the same name was featured in Arjun Kapoor’s Sardar Ka Grandson. The star himself had promised, via his Instagram, that the song is bound to ‘make your heart melt with joy’.

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Though released in 2018, this Bollywood rendition of Panjabi MC’s Morni is the perfect transition from slow melodies to crazy fun beats. Get your guests off of their seats with the dance number from Ayushmann Khurrana-Sanya Malhotra-Neena Gupta-starrer Badhaai Ho. 

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The legendary hitmaker made our year with a mashup of Sir Elton’s hits Rocket Man, Sacrifice, Kiss the Bride and the 1976 album track Where’s the Shoorah? We guarantee that this mix of nostalgia with modern beats will have your guests dancing harder than ever before.

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The new queen of pop took over the pandemic months with her second studio album, Future Nostalgia. Dance your hearts out to the disco-pop song that’s all about celebrating love and having fun.

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Play this 2019 party anthem and watch your guests go wild. Makhna is a song that makes you ignore your aching feet and dance the night away. Pull your friends onto the floor and let your hair down, you deserve it.

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In 2022, the shy bride trope won’t find any takers. Neeti Mohan’s Kithe Reh Gaya is the song for your bridal party. Fun and zesty, let it play as your bridesmaids sit by you on the day of your mehendi. It could even be a perfect number for your dance choreography – the possibilities are endless.

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Is it even a wedding without a Mika Singh song? The remake of the iconic ’90s song breathes life into the beloved old-school jam. Groove to this chartbuster and let its beats take you over. Don’t forget to recreate its unmissable hook-step!

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Songs To Add To 2022 Wedding Playlists, From Dua Lipa To Mika Singh
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