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10 Must Play Songs at your Wedding Reception

BY IN Music Tips, Playlists On November 24, 2013

The wedding ceremony was beautiful, but it’s time to get the party started! If the goal of your wedding reception is for everyone to have a great time, get off their feet and build memories of this special day with you, here’s the music that will do the job.

  • Play That Funky Music,” by Wild Cherry

The irresistible beat of this song will have everyone on the dance floor.

  • Can’t Help Falling In Love,” by Elvis Presley

A timeless classic, this makes for the perfect waltz for all ages.

  • You Look Wonderful Tonight,” by Eric Clapton

Especially for the bride, this brings out the hopeless romantic in all of us.

  • Footloose,” by Kenny Loggins

Be sure to catch the fancy footwork of your guests dancing to this one on video.

  • Friends In Low Places,” by Garth Brooks

Once your guests relax and take off their ties and shoes, they’ll think you’re playing this in their honor.

  • Don’t Stop Believin’,” by Journey

Always a favorite, this one usually starts an impromptu sing-along.

And for more just plain great dancing songs, these will keep the dance floor packed and jumping:  “Brick House,” by the Commodores; “Dance To The Music“, by Sly and the Family Stone; “Don’t Stop Til You Get Enough,” by Michael Jackson; and “What I Like About You,” by the Romantics.

Make your wedding reception as memorable and unique as your wedding ceremony. Helping you choose the right music is just one of the wedding DJ services we offer.  Let us tell you how we can help create a wedding reception everyone will enjoy and no one will forget.  Contact DUBREEZY ENTERTAINMENT today at 206-595-4948.

Do you have any must play songs that are not on this list?

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Mindi

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That's a great ice breaker song to get people to dance too...

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