20 Most Popular Last Dance Wedding Songs


The wedding ends and the couple lives happily together ever after. To put a perfect ending to your wedding, you need a perfect song. Do you know what your options are for last dance wedding songs? If not, then here are 20 suggestions that you can check out for yourself.

20 Most Popular Last Dance Wedding Songs

Come Fly with Me by Frank Sinatra

A fun little tune that really gets the spirit of leaving with a fun little twist. This classic song gets a lot of love from every generation.

Build Me Up Buttercup by the Foundations

Everyone, at the very least, knows the chorus to this song. And it’s always a fun one to sing at the top of your lungs at the end of the night.

Kiss by Prince

If you want to pay respect to this legend, what better way than ending with a beautiful, well loved song that is perfect for the end of your reception?

Surfin’ USA by The Beach Boys

An upbeat, fun song that is great for the end of the night. You can send everyone out on a high note – dancing all the way home!

With a Little Help from My Friends by The Beatles

No matter who you are, you didn’t get to your wedding without a little help from your friends, and this is a fun way to thank them.

All Night Long by Lionel Richie

We all want the reception to go all night long. While that can’t happen, this song can definitely make us feel like it’s well on its way to being so. Probably one of the most popular last dance wedding songs that we found, for good reason.

Dream a Little Dream of Me by Louis Armstrong

Looking for something that is a little more sensitive? This song kicks it back old school and slows it down before everyone heads back to their home or hotel room.

My Way by Frank Sinatra

At the end of the night, you want everyone to remember that you all get one opportunity to do it your way. A good old song from Ol’ Blue Eyes that is well respected and enjoyed.

Someone to Watch Over Me by Nina Simone

Who’s watching over you? We all know that we’ve got each other’s backs, and the end of a reception is always a great time to have a reminder of that.

Unforgettable by Nat King Cole

Your wedding is a night that you’re always going to remember, and Nat King Cole brings that point home in a sweet, unique way through this beautiful tune. It is at the top of our list of last dance wedding songs.

All You Need Is Love by the Beatles

Love has been the theme of your day, so why shouldn’t a song like this be the one to take you, your love, and your friends out for the night?

Wonderful Tonight by Eric Clapton

Why not end the most wonderful night of your life with a song that tells the story in a unique, romantic way? Exactly. And who doesn’t love Eric Clapton, anyway?

That’s What Friends Are for by Dionne Warwick

Once again, if you’re looking to dedicate this night to your friends, then this wonderful ballad could be just the way for you to bring it home.

I Don’t Wanna Miss a Thing by Aerosmith

This one is for the 80’s and 90’s kids that are in the crowd. Who doesn’t love a bit of Aerosmith to end a great night of partying with those you love the most?

Closing Time by Semisonic

This is probably not one of the most obvious last dance wedding songs, but hey, it’s still great and it can be fun to sing before you head out for the night.

Sweet Caroline by Neil Diamond

Another great, catchy tune that you can sing while your arms are wrapped around your friends’ shoulders at the end of the night.

I Gotta Feeling by the Black Eyed Peas

Kick it back old school to end your night and you will never be disappointed by the Black Eyed Peas.

Friends in Low Places by Garth Brooks

If you want a little country to end your night, there is always a great way to honor those you love (you can sing it loud and proud, as well)!

Piano Man by Billy Joel

Another one of the incredibly popular last dance wedding songs, the Piano Man is just a sweet little song to play everyone off and to their homes or hotels.

Bohemian Rhapsody by Queen

Alright, who knows all of these lyrics? Even if you don’t, you can still try, right? What better way to stop the party than yelling this song for almost 10 minutes straight?