Your wedding reception is a time for celebrating and dancing the night away, even if you were blessed with two left feet. But in order to set the mood for a fun night filled with shaking your groove thang, it’s vital to have upbeat and danceable music. After all, nothing kills the mood more quickly than terrible music. When you create the list of songs you most want to hear at your wedding reception, consider these party favorites:
Who can resist a little JT? Not us. Play this tune at your wedding and get the guys and gals of your reception dueling with their lip syncing abilities and dance moves.
“Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond
We dare you to not sing along to this party favorite – this song appeals to all generations. When the chorus comes on, you can bet on every guest at your reception will be belting out the words.
“Thriller” by Michael Jackson
The King of Pop usually makes an appearance or two at every wedding. “Thriller” has to be one of his most popular hits, and almost everyone knows a move or two from this famous music video.
“Sweet Home Alabama” by Lynyrd Skynyrd
Even if you’re not a country fan, we’re betting that you’ve listened to this song once or twice. It’s a tune that everyone loves to sing along to and is especially perfect for a southern wedding.
“Sexy and I Know It” by LMFAO
Although you may not want to admit that you like this song, it’s hard not to tap your foot once it starts playing. The catchy techno beat will get every guest out on the dance floor.
“Baby Got Back ” by Sir Mix-A-Lot
Now this one is an oldie but a goodie. Whether you’re at a wedding, a bar or a birthday party, this song always gets people singing and dancing with its addicting beat and lyrics.
“Raise Your Glass” by P!nk
The title of this crowd favorite couldn’t be more appropriate for a wedding. It’s all about having a good time, letting loose and dancing the night away. So grab your toasting flutes and raise your glass.
“Just Dance” by Lady Gaga featuring Colby O’Donis
Is there a more perfect title for encouraging all of your friends and family to get to the dance floor? There is something mesmerizing about Lady G and her ability to create upbeat and addicting songs to which you can’t help but tap your toe.
Which one of these songs is a must-play at your nuptials? Share your thoughts with us!