7 Best Wedding Entrance Songs for the Bride and Groom

7 Best Wedding Entrance Songs for the Bride and Groom
A Bride and Groom Entering The Wedding Reception.
Much like a basketball team coming out to a song off the Jock Jams CD, the bride and groom can choose an upbeat song that will get their fans riled up before they head out onto the dance floor for their very first dance.

One of the most exciting moments at a wedding is when the bride and groom make their grand entrance into the wedding reception area. When wedding couples talk with their wedding DJ, they’ll most likely decide on the perfect music to start off the official wedding reception party.

Scott Michaels, CEO of Booking My Wedding says, “Much like a basketball team coming out to a song off the Jock Jams CD, the bride and groom can choose an upbeat song that will get their fans riled up before they head out onto the dance floor for their very first dance.”

According to DJs from around the country, BookingMyWedding.com has released these 7 Best Wedding Entrance Songs for the bride and groom.

1) Bring ‘Em Out – T.I. Featuring Jay-Z

This song was used a lot during the 2006 NBA Finals as the theme song for the Miami Heat during their player introductions. It’s a song that will get your wedding guests pumped up as they watch you walk out onto the reception room dance floor as husband and wife.

2) You Make My Dreams Come True – Daryl Hall & John Oates

This is a really fun song that is very singable. It’s also hard to stand still when you hear this 1980 hit from Hall & Oats. The lyrics describe a hot and passionate relationship that the Bride and Groom most likely share: “What I want, you’ve got, But it might be hard to handle, Like the flame that burns the candle, The candle feeds the flame yeah yeah.”

3) Thunderstruck – AC/DC

“Thunderstruck” is widely considered one of AC/DC’s best songs. And the sound of booming drum beats and heavy guitars makes it feel like thunder. This song will put some more boom into the bride and groom’s wedding entrance onto the dance floor.

4) Forever – Chris Brown

Who can forget this song being used in TV’s The Office for Jim and Pam’s wedding ceremony? The entire wedding party made a grand entrance dancing in a fun and funky way. For office fans, just hearing the song will take their mind back to that romantic episode.

5) I Gotta Feeling – Black Eyed Peas

For many, this is a song they liked the very first time they heard it. It’s a true feel-good song. “I Gotta Feeling” spent 14 weeks back-to-back atop of the Billboard Hot 100 chart, making it the longest-running number-one single of 2009. A happy song for the happy couple.

6) Marry You – Bruno Mars

“Marry You” is a very fun pop and doo-wop song. For obvious reasons, “Marry You,” is the perfect wedding song. The song is about a spontaneous proposal, and since its release has been used as a wedding song across the US. Mars sings, “It’s a beautiful night, we’re looking for something dumb to do, Hey baby, I think I wanna marry you, Is it the look in your eyes or is it this dancing juice? Who cares, baby, I think I wanna marry you.”

7) Crazy In Love – Beyonce Feat. Jay-Z

VH1 declared “Crazy in Love” the greatest song of the 2000s decade, and this hit spent eight consecutive weeks at number one on the Hot 100. This 70s-style funk, hip-hop, and soul song is about a romantic obsession. When you’re in love you do crazy things. Beyonce sings, “Got me looking so crazy, my baby, I’m not myself, lately, I’m foolish, I don’t do this, I’ve been playing myself, baby, I don’t care, ‘Cause your love’s got the best of me.”

There is most likely a song that’s perfect for every wedding couple’s entrance in this list of the top 7 best wedding entrance songs. Whether brides and grooms love rock, hip-hop, songs with soul, or something new, something old, they’ll definitely have a fun choice to make before their big day.

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