These songs are tried and true to get wedding guests on the dance floor. We include the best party songs from the past to some current hits. In addition, you will find all types of music including: Rock, Country music, Dance, R&B, Rap, Swing, Big Band, Oldies, Polka, Jazz, Disco, Reggae, etc. We do not discount any type of music. We just want to show you the best at what to play at wedding receptions. Not every best party songs will fit the theme of every wedding. We know that. However, this will be a great guide to give you an idea of what your guests would dance to. However, the final say should go to the bride and groom. If the style of a wedding is black tie and located in a classy venue, there is no reason not to have the limbo dance if the bride and groom want to start it! If the B&G lead, people will follow.
We believe that no wedding is complete without music. Everyone will remember the ambiance and dancing portion of a wedding reception. Guests will also remember whether or not he or she had a good time. In fact, songs are the most important essence that adds flavor to the wedding. Getting down on the dance floor is the best way to express one’s enjoyment.
Selecting the best party songs is in of itself a great task, which is not easy and takes much effort. Here we provide a facility, which would save you time. We bring you the ultimate collection of best wedding songs that you can find anywhere. Below is a list of wedding songs from which you can select the songs that you find the best. Pick and choose which songs you would like to have at your wedding reception during the dancing portion of the wedding reception. Then, be sure to give the list to the master of ceremonies or music entertainment before the wedding. This way, they will have all the songs you desire to have played.
Top 5 Best Party Songs for Weddings
1) You Shook Me All Night Long – AC/DC
2) I Gotta Feeling – Black Eyed Peas
3) Brown Eyed Girl – Van Morrison
4) Just Dance – Lady Gaga
5) Twist and Shout – The Beatles.
We hope you enjoyed our best party songs! If not, please place a comment below with your suggestion song and which song it should replace.