Plus, the five that DJs recommend you definitely don't play at your reception...
A new poll has uncovered the best - and worst - songs to guarantee getting your wedding guests on the dancefloor.
The playlist can be one of the trickiest elements of planning a wedding, with the perfect selection of tunes having the power to keep your nearest and dearest dancing all night long.
However, whilst it may sound like a simple task, the reality is you need to pick music that will appeal to a wide range of age-groups, without offending anyone, as well as matching your own personal preferences.
Bit of a tall order then, no?
However, this new study might be able to give you a head-start when it comes to choosing the perfect tunes.
Research conducted by BidVine.com saw 1,400 wedding DJs surveyed about the music they play at couples' celebrations, with the poll focussing on the tunes that got people on the dancelfoor.
Russ Morgan, co-founder of BidVine.com, commented: "It appears to be a real worry for brides and grooms on what type of music to play at their wedding. After all most weddings have a variety of guests, ranging from older grandparents to young kids, so it’s hard to pick music that will appeal to everyone. From what our DJs have said in our guide a good mix of music artists from different decades is key, along with family friendly, well-known songs to get people up and moving".
And the top 15 most popular songs are...
Jackson 5 – I Want You Back
Queen – Don’t Stop Me Now
The Killers – Mr. Brightside
The Fratellis – Chelsea Dagger
Michael Jackson – Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough
Five – Everybody Get Up
Junkie XL & Elvis Presley – Little Less Conversation
Pharrell Williams – Happy
Bruno Mars – Uptown Funk
David Bowie – Let’s Dance
Whitney Houston – I Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
Black Eyes Peas – I Gotta Feeling
Prince – 1999
The B-52’s – Love Shack
Kool & the Gang – Celebration
And the five to avoid are...
Kanye West – Gold Digger
Queen – Another One Bites The Dust
Rage Against The Machine – Killing In The Name
The Righteous Brothers – You’ve Lost That Loving Feeling
Akon ft. Eminem – Smack That