Checkout the below listed latest and best Top 10 Last Dance Songs at a Wedding of All Time 2017, The way you end your wedding is extremely important! The last song you play for the evening will control what they are feeling when they leave the wedding. Make sure your guests leave your party with the feeling you’d like to express.
- 10. “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
- 9. “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones
- 8. “Stand by Me” by Ben E. King
- 7. “I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz
- 6. “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey
- 5. “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong
- 4. “At Last” by Etta James
- 3. “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes
- 2. “Friends in Low Places” by Garth Brooks
- 1. “Last Dance” by Donna Summer
List of Top 10 Last Dance Songs at a Wedding of All Time 2017
10. “Ain’t No Mountain High Enough” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell
This is a sweet song to end your wedding on. It honors the strength between a couple and the inability to keep their love apart. Everyone knows the lyrics to this song and can clap and sing along to the chorus. It’s a very easy song to choreograph to if you desired, and will be stuck in your guests’ mind as they leave your celebration. There are few songs that inspire love and happiness like this song.
9. “Come Away With Me” by Norah Jones
This song has been known to pull tears to many people’s eye. It’s a slow and lully song that inspires the deepest feelings in people’s hearts. It pulls imagery of running away with the ones you love. This song will leave your guests feeling emotions they might not have felt in a long time. If you want to end your celebration with happy tears and feelings that will not escape them for a good while after they leave, this is the perfect song.
8. “Stand by Me” by Ben E. King
This is a classic that your elderly guests and everyone will be able to sway and sing along to. It’s also an emotional song that inspires love and commitment. Did you “Stand By Me” also comes from the Bible Verse Psalms 46:2? The song is so popular it has been redone in 400 different versions. If you want a different version than the original there will be a great deal to choose from. To a small degree the song was loosely based on the gospel song “Lord Stand By Me.”
7. “I Won’t Give Up” by Jason Mraz
This song was released in 2012 and is a beautiful acoustic song featuring Jason Mraz’s melodic and beautiful voice. The song inspires you to not give up on yourself, the ones you love and never giving up on your dreams. This is a great song to remind you and your marriage requires diligence and hard work. This is a great way to end the day that celebrates your promise to ensure a long-lasting relationship. This song hit top spots with very little marketing which shows it’s success at reaching our heart strings. We all have something that we are working on and not ever giving up and for you this might be your new marriage.
6. “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey
This is a very popular song all around the world that inspires great emotion and the need to sing along! It has particularly become increasing popular in Phillippine culture with the new singer being from the P.I.; Arnel Pineda. He’s been seen redoing this song on Ellen DeGeneris, Oprah and other tv shows. This song has been featured on the hit TV show GLEE and multiples movies. You can’t help but get up and dance and sing along as loud as possible when this song comes on! It’s a great unifier and will definitely bring your guests together right at the end of your celebration.
5. “What a Wonderful World” by Louis Armstrong
This song always brings the best out of it’s listeners no matter where they may be. There isn’t a single song on this planet that forces you to slow down and observe the beauty of life around you like this song can. Your wedding day is the beginning of many beautiful days you will be spending with your new partner in life; what a great way to end your celebration than to play a song that speaks volumes about that kind of beauty. This song has the feeling of hope and optimism.
4. “At Last” by Etta James
There are very few women on this planet that can belt out a song as beautifully as Etta James singing At Last! It talks about finally finding love, saying goodbye to your lonely days and feeling the goosebumps that brand new life brings. At last! You are on the way to a brand new life with someone you deeply and madly are in love with. This song is sure to have your audience swooning and looking at each other and you with the bright eyes of recognizing love.
3. “(I’ve Had) The Time of My Life” by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes
This is an end of marriage classic! All girls want to feel like baby did when she danced this song at the end of Dirty Dancing. It’s a perfect song for expressing your new found love and will definitely bring out the feelings of love in your guest. If anything your guests will definitely be clapping along and singing the lyrics right along. It’s also a great way to share your happiness as the perfect way to end your celebration.
2. “Friends in Low Places” by Garth Brooks
This is more of a funny way to say goodbye to your wonderful blue-collar friends. It’s a country hit and is a wonderful way to express your love and joy for the friends you surround yourself with. If you’ve got friends in low places in places where the beer and liquor chases your days away and they’re at your wedding, then this is the perfect place to say goodbye and goodnight!
1. “Last Dance” by Donna Summer
Last dance, last chance for love! This is probably the number one way to end your wedding celebration. Its lyrics are emotional and inspire feelings of love at the beginning… but as the song goes on, the tempo picks up and it’s a great way to get your guests moving before separating into the evening. So let this be the last dance of your night!
I hope this list simplified the process for you! The way you end your night is just as important as the way you start it. You want your guests feeling the large amount of love your feeling in your heart. The last song of the night will give them the feelings they take home from the event. Make sure it’s a good one!