10 Wedding Songs You’ll Totally Wish You Played at Your Reception

We all have that one wedding song that comes on and everybody yells in unison “OMG I LOOOOOOOOOVE THIS SONG!!”They’re oldie but goodie hits that you totally forgot about, but as soon as you hear it you remember why you loved it and immediately want to hit the dance floor.

We asked our friends at Bob Gail Music for the crowd favorites that everybody loves as soon as they come, but that not every couple thinks of playing. From 1970’s classics to hits from the early 2000s, these are the wedding songs that you might have forgotten to add to your wedding playlist but that you definitely should…ASAP!!

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1. Take On Me (Aha)

Is there any girl at your wedding that doesn’t friggin’ love this song?! Seriously. Find her.

2. Jessie’s Girl (Rick Springfield)

Even guys will have fun dancing to this song. Totally bro approved.

3. Your Love (The Outfield)

This is the #1 end of the night, tipsy dance song we always request.

4. Regulate (Warren G/Nate Dogg)

I already feel like I’m back in high school as soon as this song comes on.

5. Benny & the Jets (Elton John)

Don’t forget about taking your parents and their friends down memory lane. This is the one song that everybody at your wedding will go mental for.

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6. Poison (Bel Biv Devoe)

I guarantee you as soon as this song comes on at least one person will start doing the worm.

7. This is How We Do It (Montell Jordan)

You’ll find me on the dance floor pretending that I know every word to this song. (Spoiler Alert: I don’t.)

8. I Wish (Skee-Lo)

I wish all songs were this fun.

9. Ignition (Remix) (R. Kelly)

There won’t be one person at your wedding that isn’t secretly dancing to this (including Grandma).

10. Mo Money Mo Problems (The Notorious B.I.G.)

Back when you knew Puff Daddy’s name and heard this at every club. Those were the days.


What classics do you think need to make a comeback in the wedding world? Tell us in the comments below!

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