Are you searching for good wedding recessional songs to choose from? This article will provide you with some quality ideas for the recessional portion of your wedding ceremony.
Lets think about this for a second. This next announcement is the whole reason why you’ve asked your friends and family to gather with you…
“Ladies and Gentleman, I now present to you for the first time… Mr. and Mrs. (grooms first and last name).”
At that moment, your wedding recessional song starts and it should express the way the two of you feel in that moment. Take a look at these wedding recessional songs we’ve used at some of the weddings we DJ’d for.
Popular Wedding Recessional SongsHere are some great wedding recessional songs to help you narrow down your search:
1. The Pointer Sisters – “I’m So Excited” (1982)
Nothing expresses the way you feel better than excitement.
2. James Brown – “I Got You (I Feel Good)” (1968)
Are you feeling good that you got your other half?
3. Felix Mendelssohn “Wedding March” (1849)
For those of you that like to keep it traditional. There are tons and tons of versions of this song with various arrangements so if you choose this song make sure you choose the one with your favorite instruments.
4. Pharrell Williams – Happy (2014)
You might be sick of this song but it certainly makes a great wedding recessional song choice. You can ask your DJ to start this one from the chorus.
5. Colbie Calliat “I Do” (2011)
This is the perfect recessional song since it talks about the two most important words of the day.
6. Hall and Oates – “You Make My Dreams Come True” (1980)
This is one of my favorite wedding recessional songs.
7. Capital Cities – “Safe And Sound” (2013)
If you are going for something fun and upbeat, check out this one.
8. Michael Jackson – “The Way You Make Me Feel” (1987)
Got to have the “King of Pop” on this list. Any list for that matter.
9. OneRepublic – “Good Life” (2011)
Many people consider marriage the good life…
10. Bill Withers – “Lovely Day” (1977)
What a lovely day it should be.