You want to dance to some legit tunes. Party hard and make it a night to remember. The vibe of a good party is participation. You want your guests to crowd the dance floor. Only that one crazy aunt will dance by herself — you know the one. So, if you want to avoid that situation, get everyone on the dance floor. Bullet dodged. Well, maybe not polka.
200 Best Party Songs For Wedding Receptions
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Everyone wants their wedding reception to be the best wedding reception ever, for everyone to have a blast and for absolutely everyone to get up and dancing. To get people up on the dancefloor you will need to to create a wedding reception songs list with a good variety of party songs. When making this list for your DJ or wedding band don't forget the all important song that will end the night - the song that will get everyone up for that one last dance. Which one will you be choosing? Don't recognise some of the names? Not sure which you would prefer? Here's something to make it all the easier - we've created a playlist on youtube below. Just click on the "playlist" button on the top left hand corner to see a dropdown list of the songs above, click and it will start playing.
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