2018 Wedding Music: Dancefloor Party Songs

2018 Wedding Music: Dancefloor Party Songs


What a doozy of a year 2018 was. We soundtracked more weddings than ever before and we properly hit our stride – completing our first full year – with the addition of an in-house modern civil marriage celebrant, and our unprecedented Celebrant+Soundtrack service.

But… this blog is about you. Specifically the music YOU chose to soundtrack the key moments of your best day ever. Maybe it was the fact that we simply attended more weddings this year, or maybe it’s a sign of the times, but we reckon 2018 saw us playing less ‘wedding’ music and more music that our couples truly madly deeply just love. That’s not to say that every song was super-fresh or uber-underground, but for most key moments (ie. aisle walk, registry signing, bridal recessional, reception entrance, cake cut, first dance, farewell), there was a pretty awesome mix of classics from eras past as well as current radio spinners.


2018 Wedding Music: Aisle Walk Songs
2018 Wedding Music: Ceremony Signing Songs
2018 Wedding Music: Bridal Party Recessional
2018 Wedding Music: Reception Entrance Songs
2018 Wedding Music: Cake Cutting Songs
2018 Wedding Music: First Dance Songs
2018 Wedding Music: Farewell Songs

If your wedding song choices make these lists, or if they don’t, that ain’t no thang. This blog series is just a bit of Wedding Music FYI.

The important message is pick what you want, regardless of how weddingy, or un-, it may be.

Anyway, as Calvin Harris might say…

No, not It was acceptable in the eighties… rather, This is what you came for…

Here’s 2018’s 5 Most Popular Songs For Loading Your Wedding Reception D-Floor
(as played by us and picked by you):


  1. Yeah!


  1. Blame It On The Boogie
    The Jacksons


  1. Play That Funky Music
    Wild Cherry


  1. Ride Wit Me


  1. Let’s Get Married
    Jagged Edge


And just for fun, here’s a few more that didn’t exactly make regular appearances, but that we thought were pretty rad and awesome crowd pleasers;


  1. Teardrops
    Womack & Womack 

  1. Born To Be Alive
    Patrick Hernandez


  1. Lover (You Don’t Treat Me No Good No More)
    Sonia Dada 

1. Faith 
George Michael 

(BONUS: Our boy Coop – from J&A Events – busting a rad acoustic version of Georgie boy’s Faith)

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