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From the ceremony processional song to the last dance of the night, figuring out the right songs for weddings can definitely be a challenge. If you’re not sure where to start, below are some suggestions of wedding ceremony songs and wedding reception songs.


Tip – First, it’s important to find a DJ company (like Us) that have the sort of wedding music repertoire you’re looking for. If you have a set list of (“must-play” and “do-NOT-play”) wedding dance music, be sure to bring it along when you meet with us to make sure we’ll be able to accommodate your style of music.


Wedding Ceremony Processional Songs


wedding-ceremonyIt’s almost here—the most important day of your life! All of the planning and preparation is finally about to pay off, and you need the right music to set the stage. After the butterflies have settle a bit, it’ll be time to stroll down the aisle. That’s where we come in.


The wedding ceremony is arguably the pinnacle of any wedding. It’s the point where the couple is officially joined in marriage. The music should be fitting such an important occasion. Some couples prefer the traditional tunes of the “Bridal Chorus,” the prelude to Act III of the Lohengrin Opera (also known as “Here Comes the Bride”). Other couples may prefer a song that symbolizes their love for one another.


With many wonderful tunes to choose from, here is my list of processional songs for the traditional and not-so traditional couple:



“Pachelbel’s Canon” – Johann Pachelbel

“Air on a G String” – Johann Sebastian Bach

“A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op 61” – Boston Pops Orchestra

“Lohengrin: Prelude to Act III” – Stephen Cleobury

“Romeo and Juliet: Love Theme” – Arthur Fiedler and Boston Pops Orchestra

“Adagio” from Sonata in E-Flat – W. A. Mozart



“Best of My Love” – The Emotions

“Love’s Theme” – Love Unlimited Orchestra

“Just My Imagination” – The Temptations

“Isn’t She Lovely” – Stevie Wonder

“Every Little Step” – Bobby Brown

“I Got You” (I Feel Good) – James Brown



“Ribbon in the Sky” – Stevie Wonder

“All my Life” – K-Ci & JoJo

“At Last” – Etta James

“If This World Were Mine” – Cheryl Lynn and Luther Vandross

“Thank You” – Boys II Men

“I’ll Be There” – Jackson 5



“I Can Hear Music” – She & Him

“My Love” – Bird and the Bee

“First Day of My Life” – Bright Eyes

“Somewhere Over the Rainbow” – Israel Kamakawiwo’ole

“Don’t you” (Forget About me) – Vitamin String Quartet

“Light My Fire” (String Quartet Tribute to The Doors) – Vitamin String Quartet


Wedding Ceremony Recessional Songs


Countless hours of planning and months of waiting have culminated to that big kiss, which launches you into a new chapter in your lives. It’s a life-changing moment, marked by huge smiles, a few happy tears and, of course, some music! The big question is – what’s the first song you’ll hear together as newly-joined lifelong partners? Get ready, because it’s time to walk it out back down the aisle!


Below are some songs K-Ruck Media recommends for you and your dearly beloved as you take your first steps together as newlyweds.



“Sonata for Trumpet and Strings” – Peter Hurford

“Trumpet Voluntary” – Wynton Marsalis

“Eine Kleine Nachtmusik” – Academy of St. Martin In the Field

“Ode to Joy” – Beethoven, Symphony #9

“Wedding March” – Mendelssohn



“In Your Eyes” – Peter Gabriel

“Beautiful Day” – U2

“Just Like Heaven” – String Quartet Tribute to The Cure

“Just A Kiss” – Lady Antebellum

“One More Time” – Daft Punk



“I Got You (I Feel Good)” – James Brown

“Signed, Sealed, Delivered” – Stevie Wonder

“Spend My Life With You” – Eric Benet

“I Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)” – The Four Tops

“Get Ready” – The Temptations



“Hold You in My Arms” – Ray LaMontagne

“Home” – Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros

“I Was Made For You” – She & Him

“Love Me Like The World Is Ending” – Ben Lee

“Neighborhood 1 (Tunnels)” – Arcade Fire


Fun bouquet toss songs


The traditional pass-the-torch moment at a wedding is the bouquet toss. It’s fun, silly, and competitive. When done right, is sure to provide everyone with a good laugh. The right music really sets the tone as the single ladies assemble on the dance floor for the toss. It’s meant to be an energetic slice of the wedding reception, and the music should reflect that.

Below are some of our top picks for this lighthearted moment:


“American Woman” – Lenny Kravitz

“Single Ladies” – Beyonce

“Another One Bites the Dust” – Queen

“Girls Just Want to Have Fun” – Cyndi Lauper

“Hey Ladies” – Beastie Boys

“One Way Or Another” – Blondie

“Ladies Night” – Kool & The Gang

“Whatta Man” – Salt-NPepa

“Wishin’ & Hopin'” – Dusty Springfield

“You Sexy Thing” – Hot Chocolate

“I’m So Excited” – The Pointer Sisters

“DJ Got Us Falling in Love” – Usher

“Girls” – Beastie Boys

“She’s A Lady” – Tom Jones

“Call Me Maybe” – Carly Rae Jepsen

“I’m the Only Girl in the World” – Rihanna


First dance songs that fit your style!


The first dance is one of those magical moments where time stands still, the spotlight is shining bright, and all eyes are on you, so literally anything goes as far as pairing music to your perfect moment. This is an amazing opportunity to spotlight any song that’s personally meaningful to the both of you as you take center stage and shine. Here are a few different styles and examples to help you along your way.



“In My Life” – Beatles

“It Had to be You” – Harry Connick Jr.

“At Last” – Etta James

“Once in My Life” – Stevie Wonder

“Into the Mystic” – Van Morrison

“God Only Knows” – Beach Boys



“In Your Eyes” – Peter Gabirel

“Fade Into You” – Mazzy Star

“Falling Slowly” – Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova

“The Luckiest” – Ben Folds



“If I Could Write a Book” – Ella Fitzgerald

“My Baby Just Cares for Me” – Nina Simone

“I Belong to You” – Lenny Kravitz

“I’m Glad You’re Mine” – Al Green

“Fever” – Peggy Lee



“You Can Never Tell” – Chuck Berry

“Por Una Cabeza” (from Scent of a Woman and True Lies) – Carlos Gardel

“Love Theme” – The Godfather Soundtrack

“I Wanna Grow Old With You” – Adam Sandler

“Never Gonna Give You Up” – Rick Astley (Rick Roll your own wedding!)



“Hysteric” – Yeah Yeah Yeahs

“Heartbeats” – Jose Gonzalez

“The First Day of My Life” – Bright Eyes

“I Will Follow You into the Dark” – Death Cab for Cutie


Father and bride dance songs you’ll both LOVE.


This is always a tough song to pick because the selection is somewhat limited. It’s even more challenging if your taste in music doesn’t line up with dad’s. To find a song that makes you both happy and shows the importance of your relationship, consider selecting modern version of Dad’s favorite song, like a Michael Buble cover of his favorite Frank Sinatra or Queen song.


Below, are some of our recommendations.



“Have You Seen Her Face” – The Byrds

“God Only Knows” – The Beach Boys

“Pretty Woman” – Roy Orbison

“Teach Your Children” – Crosby, Stills, Nash, & Young


For the Rocker Dad:

“Crazy Little Thing Called Love” – Queen

“Make Me Smile” – Chicago

“Somebody’s Baby” – Jackson Browne

“She’s The One” – Bruce Springsteen


For the Smooth Dad:

“Never Too Much” – Luther Vandross

“Thank You” – Boyz II Men

“Sugar Dumpling” – Sam Cooke


For the Funny Dad:

“Sharp Dressed Man” – ZZ Top

“(I Know) I’m Losing You” – The Temptations

“They Can’t Take That Away From Me” – Frank Sinatra

“She’s Gone” – Hall & Oates


For the Bookish Dad:

“Happy Just To Dance With You” – The Beatles

“Daughters of the Soho Riots” – The National

“Wildflowers” – Tom Petty


Sentimental mother & groom dance songs


The mother-son dance is one of the sweetest moments at any wedding. It’s filled with love, joy, pride, and a hint of the bittersweet as a mother witnesses her son become a husband. There are so many lovely songs to express this special moment; picking one that is unique to your mother-son bond will make this memory unforgettable. Here are a few suggestions that span the classics, a few under-the-radar choices, and and one or two songs with a fun twist. Have fun selecting the right song, and make your mom proud!


For Soulful Moms:

“A Song For Mama” – Boyz II Men

A bit of a tear jerker, but this 90’s hit is a classic for the groom who is still a proud mama’s boy.


“God Bless The Child” – the original Billie Holiday version or Tony Bennett’s version

A classic, plain and simple. Both Billie and Tony do it justice; pick the artist your mom likes more.


“My Mother’s Eyes” – Etta Jones

A jazzy and sweet song for a slower mother-son dance.


“To Zion” – Lauryn Hill

A great choice for a modern mom with a big heart.


For Country Mamas:

“I Hope You Dance” – Lee Ann Womack

A new country classic that hits a sentimental yet joyful note.


“Coat of Many Colors” – Dolly Parton

A whimsical but touching country classic that your mom probably already knows and loves.


“My Wish” – Rascal Flatts

A modern country hit with a great melody and a positive message.


For Sentimental Moms:

“Beautiful Boy” – John Lennon

A great tribute to a loving son.


“In My Life” – The Beatles

The quintessential song about the bond between parent and child.


“I’ll Have to Say I Love You in a Song” – Jim Croce

A simple song with big meaning for this special moment.


“Teach Your Children” – Crosby, Stills, Nash & Young

A great choice for moms who remember (and love) the music of the 60’s and 70’s.


“What a Wonderful World” – Louis Armstrong

This is the classic mother-son dance song. It’s not “fresh,” but it never gets old.


For Moms with a Humorous Side:

“Take Your Mama” – Scissor Sisters

A really upbeat and fresh song for a lighthearted dance that guests will love to watch.


“Mama Tried” – Merle Haggard

A great track for the formerly rebellious groom who wants to tease his mom a little bit.


“Your Mama Don’t Dance” – Loggins & Messina

A humorous twist on the occasion with a song everyone knows and loves.


For the Rocker Mom:

“Sweet Child O’ Mine” – Guns N’ Roses

A fun song for an upbeat mother-son dance.


“Simple Man” Lynyrd Skynyrd

A slower rock song that’s a mom tribute.