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The 10 Best Throwback Wedding Songs

We all know how important it is to be able to sing, get down and boogie at weddings. One of the best genres to inspire the finest dance moves and the most tone-def singing you’ve heard in your life are tunes from the 90s. Below is a playlist of the ten singing, best boogie inspiring tracks that are sure to bring a smile to your and your guest’s faces.

All Star – Smash Mouth

Who can’t jump around, sing and laugh to one of the best tracks from the 90s. From films to Mystery Men to Shrek, this song will have your guests truly rocking out your wedding. Play this song to share the experience of being surrounded by all of the all stars in your life.

Baby Got Back – Sir Mix A Lot

Baby Got Back, another song famously used in Shrek, is not only a song used frequently in jokes and life, it is a song made for boogie-ing down on the dance floor. Play the song inspired by the love of curves to shake what your mama gave you!

Fly – Sugar Ray

The reggae fusion tune, featuring Jamaican DJ Super Cat, is about wanting to fly to romantic heights to escape all the heartache in the world – perfect for the most romantic height for you and your partner’s life! Bring your guests on the trip with you to fly to your forever happiness.

Can You Feel the Love Tonight – Elton John

For the mellow-dramatic lover in all of us, Can You Feel the Love Tonight, is one of the best ballads to play at your wedding. With your loved ones all around you, feeling the power of this song is a truly special way to engage your guests and feel the love you are sharing!

My Heart Will Go On – Celine Dion

Following the mellow-dramatic theme, My Heart Will Go On is one of the bests you can play. Transport your guests to one of the best love stories of all time and truly see the range in their voices (you’ll either be thoroughly impressed or have a great laugh).

I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing – Aerosmith

There’s no way for your guests to not feel the urge to sing along with Steven Tyler and his grand production featuring a 52-piece orchestra like listening to I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing. The song about about treasuring every moment spent with another person is a great way to ring in your life with your new partner.

I Want It That Way – Backstreet Boys and Bye Bye Bye – N Sync

For the millennial couples, a wedding wouldn’t be complete without some of the tracks we grew up on! Cue the necessity to play signature Backstreet Boys and N Sync tracks. Whether it be I Want It That Way, Shape of My Heart, Bye, Bye, Bye, or This I Promise You – these boy bands will break out the hottest dance moves and some of the best memories shared with the people celebrating with you!

Mambo No. 5 (A Little Bit Of) – Lou Bega

Although the lyrics are about all of the lovely women in Lou Bega’s life, Mambo Number Five is a sure fire way to get your guests dancing, singing and having fun. With lyrics that give you dance moves, there’s no way anyone will be lost with this song playing.

Pump Up The Jam – Technotronic

What better way to inspire getting down and boogie-ing than with a song that is all about turning the tunes up and breaking it down! Bring your guests to the scene in Space Jam with Michael Jordan and the Looney Tunes and “Pump up the jam – Pump it up – While you feet are stompin’ – And the jam is pumpin’ – Look at here the crowd is jumpin'” 

So take not of these songs and get down and boogie at your wedding reception!

 

Top Photo by Anna Kim Photography Lower Photo by Frederic Bayle photographe
Top Photo by Anna Kim Photography
Lower Photo by Frederic Bayle photographe