Wedding Songs

Top 10 last dance songs

You’ll want the last song to have your own stamp as a couple.
Jun 28, 2013 | By: The staff

There are lots of choices for the final wedding dance song. You may opt for a romantic (slow) song, an upbeat song, or a funny song to name just a few of your choices. You’ll want the last song to have your own stamp as a couple, so choose wisely. Be sure to let your DJ know the last song in advance (and the artist or version) so he’s sure to have it ready to go.

You can choose for a rap song, country song, ballad, disco, swing, rock and roll, or any type of music you prefer for the final song of the night. In years gone by, couples often left the reception early. The trend today is for couples to stay at the party until the end. If couples are still present at the reception at the end of the night, they should dance to the last song.

Here are some of the favourites.

Last Dance – Donna Summer. For obvious reasons, this is a popular song for the last dance – the title says it all!

Come Away With Me – Nora Jones – A sweet ballad that ends the evening on a romantic note.

Take Me Home Tonight – Eddie Money – An upbeat song that is fun for the final dance of the night.

I Don’t Want to Miss a Thing – Aerosmith – A soft song that is a sweet final number for the night.

The Way You Look Tonight – Frank Sinatra – This classic song is a hit among guests of all ages and spans every generation.

Hit the Road Jack – Ray Charles – A fun song to kick guests out of the event in an amusing way.

I’m Yours – Jason Marz – A great song to play at the end of the night!

From This Moment On – Shania Twain – A nice country song that sends a sweet message for husband and wife.

Today Was a Fairytale – Taylor Swift – A popular new song that makes a romantic statement.

You Shook Me All Night Long – ACDC – A little bit naughty, this song makes it clear that the couple is ready to leave for their honeymoon.

The staff.