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This Wedding Reception Playlist is Guaranteed to Get Your Guests on the Dance Floor

August 21, 2018 | juliette

After the toasts are done and dinner has been served, it’s time to party! When creating your reception playlist, make sure to include a mix of genres, speeds, and songs from different eras to give a little something for all your guests. Group dances and songs that provoke spontaneous bursts of singing on the dance floor are also huge hits! From the first dance to the last song of the evening, we’ve rounded up the best wedding reception songs to keep your guests dancing all night long!

Checkout our top 10 reception songs:

  1. Dancing Queen – ABBA
  2. Despacito – Luis Fonsi ft. Daddy Yankee
  3. Billie Jean – Michael Jackson
  4. I Wanna Dance with Somebody – Whitney Houston
  5. Don’t Stop Believin’ – Journey
  6. Havana – Camila Cabello
  7. Marry You – Bruno Mars
  8. On the Floor – Jennifer Lopez
  9. Shut Up and Dance – Walk the Moon
  10. Crazy in Love – Beyonce and Jay Z

 

photo by Eden Strader Photography

 

 

photo by Melissa Marshall

 

 

photo by Rob August

 

 

photo by Alen Karupovic

 

 

photo by TJ Stansbury

 

 

FOLLOW THE ENTIRE PLAYLIST HERE!

Looking for specific reception music inspiration for your first dance, final dance, or father/mother dance? Be sure to follow these curated playlists, as well:

80 First Dance Songs You Haven’t Thought of Yet

These 60 Father-Daughter Dance Songs Get Us Right in the Feels

These 60 Mother-Son Dance Songs Won’t Leave a Dry Eye in the House

80 Last Dance Songs for 2018 to End Your Night Right

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2 Comments

  1. A great list. Thanks for sharing. Some of these I’ve played in bands before, but you’ve given me some good ideas to offer future wedding couples what songs they might want to hear for the evening party.

  2. THANK YOU for sharing this. I’ve gone to countless weddings/events that don’t play the right mix, and it definitely hurts the dance floor.

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