Below you will find a list of the Greatest Songs of the 2000s as ranked by VH1. We will offer our assessment the greatest songs of the 2000s for weddings. Not every song is wedding appropriate. However, many songs can be incorporated into weddings from father daughter songs to first dance songs. Just for your wedding reception enjoyment, we’ll get started.
100 Thong Song - Sisqó Wedding guest won’t want to think about thongs even at beach weddings.
99 Before He Cheats - Carrie Underwood – Not the wedding appropriate theme – cheating.
98 Kryptonite - 3 Doors Down – A great rock song but we feel will not fill the dance floor.
97 It Wasn’t Me - Shaggy – Another song about cheating that is not a good theme.
96 Don’t Cha - Pussycat Dolls (Feat. Busta Rhymes) – If you are looking for a risqué song for the bouquet toss, this is your song.
95 You’re Beautiful - James Blunt – This is the first true wedding song on the list that would make a great first dance love song.
94 It’s Not Over - Daughtry – A great rock song be not a perfect wedding song.
93 Here It Goes Again - OK Go – This song wins our favorite video on the list.
92 Low - Flo Rida (Feat. T-Pain) – If you want to get a limbo line at your wedding reception, add this song to the list.
91 With Arms Wide Open - Creed – If you are looking for a father daughter song, the words of this song it would make a great slow dance song.
90 Shake Ya Ass - Mystikal – Well, lets just say we’re not fond of the lyrics.
89 Paper Planes - M.I.A. – Know your guests if this song will fill the dance floor.
88 Stacy’s Mom - Fountains of Wayne – Not really an appropriate theme song for weddings. Great party song though.
87 I Believe in a Thing Called Love - The Darkness – It has the right theme but know your guests if this song will fill the dance floor.
86 Jaded - Aerosmith – We hope people are not jaded at a wedding.
85 I Try - Macy Gray – We’re not too fond of the lyrics for weddings.
84 In the End - Linkin Park – Not an appropriate subject for weddings. However, it is a great rock anthem song on the list.
83 Untitled (How Does It Feel) - D’Angelo – If you are looking for a soulful, sensual slow song to fill the dance floor, this is it.
82 Unwell - Matchbox Twenty – We hope everyone is well on their wedding day.
81 The Rising - Bruce Springsteen – This song remembers 9/11. We want to have good thoughts at a wedding.
80 Get Low - Lil Jon & the East Side Boyz (Feat. Ying Yang Twins) – This is a club hit but we will say know your guests if this song will fill the dance floor.
79 Hero - Enrique Iglesias – A very popular wedding love song to fill the dance floor for a slow song or as a first dance song.
78 Hey There Delilah - Plain White T’s – We really like this song and a great love story.
77 How You Remind Me - Nickelback – Not a song that will the dance floor.
76 Live Your Life - T.I. ft Rihanna – Depending on the song mix selected, this could be a great party anthem for the right party crowd to fill the dance floor.
77 I Don’t Want to Be - Gavin DeGraw – Know your guests if this song will fill the dance floor.
74 Ridin - Chamillionaire (Feat. Krayzie Bone) – Not one of our favorite songs to fill the dance floor at a wedding reception but know your guests.
73 Promiscuous - Nelly Furtado (Feat. Timbaland) – We’re not fond of the theme for a wedding reception.
72 Are You Gonna Be My Girl - Jet – We like the theme of this song and for the rocking’ guests is the perfect song.
71 Bubbly - Colbie Caillat – We like her unique voice and can fill the dance floor for its slow tempo.
70 Run It! - Chris Brown (Feat. Juelz Santana) – Can fill the dance floor for dancing attics.
69 Bring Me to Life - Evanescence – One of our favorite rock songs but not wedding appropriate.
68 Stand Up - Ludacris (Feat. Shawnna) – A great party theme to get people to stand up and dance. Know your guests if it will get them to stand up and dance.
67 Bleeding Love - Leona Lewis – One of the most played songs on the radio. Everyone will be familiar with this song and will fill the dance floor as a slow song.
66 Drop It Like It’s Hot - Snoop Dogg (Feat. Pharrell) – This song has an off beat so not our favorite to fill dance floors at most weddings.
65 Try Again - Aaliyah – Not a perfect theme for a wedding.
64 I’m Real - Jennifer Lopez (Feat. Ja Rule) – Another song that has a medium tempo beat that many may find hard to dance to.
63 Party Hard - Andrew W.K. – A little to heavy for most wedding receptions.
62 Complicated - Avril Lavigne – Weddings shouldn’t be complicated.
61 Milkshake - Kelis – A good song in its day but I think most are over it.
60 Tik Tok - Ke$ha – A great party dance songs to fill the dance floor.
59 Cry Me a River - Justin Timberlake – Another medium tempo song.
58 I’m Yours - Jason Mraz – This is a great love song and first dance song.
56 Party Up (Up In Here) - DMX - Know your guests if this song will fill the dance floor.
55 Mr. Brightside - The Killers – A song about jealousy is not wedding appropriate.
54 Don’t Know Why - Norah Jones – A great slow tempo song that will fill the dance floor.
53 All the Small Things - Blink-182 – We feel this is a bit too heavy for weddings but is a great rocking’ party song.
52 Hips Don’t Lie - Shakira (Feat. Wyclef) - Know your guests if this song will fill the dance floor but most times will fill the dance floor to this great dance song.
51 Pocketful of Sunshine - Natasha Bedingfield – This song could go either way to fill the dance floor. Know your guests.
50 You Belong With Me - Taylor Swift – Not an appropriate theme for a wedding.
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