Should you have the final dance at your wedding? Let’s put it into perspective – Imagine it’s your wedding day and at the end of the night, the crowd is winding down, the tables are cleared, and the bride and groom are about to begin their journey as a married couple, but you want one last hoorah before everyone leaves for the evening. It’s going to be one of the most memorable times for the guests that stayed. Most of those guests are direct family and close friends and not only is the newlywed couple dancing, the final dance traditionally contains everyone in attendance participating. So thinking about this in the end if everyone participates of course you should close it our with the final dance!
The final dance is very traditional in weddings and more often than not can be overlooked. Can’t think of the best way to close out the night? Here’s our list of some popular wedding finale songs to help give you some ideas:
- Garth Brooks – Friends in Low Places
- Elton John and Stevie Wonder – That’s What Friends Are For
- Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros – Home
- Fun. – Tonight
- Journey – Don’t Stop Believing
- Pink – Raise Your Glass
- Eddie Money – Take Me Home
- Club Nouveau – Lean On Me
- Neil Diamond – Caroline
- Donna Summer – Last Dance
SGM Events can help you pick the perfect selection for the final dance. Obviously it is going to be one of the most important moments of the reception so it’s best to make it timeless! Our mobile disco jockeys are experts and have attended numerous weddings and seen it all. Get in touch today and we can setup a complimentary consultation here in our office. Want to get a head start on the music for your wedding ceremony and reception?