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Last Dance & Exit Songs

Choosing a last dance song for your wedding is a great way to round off and finalize the perfect evening. Many venues have curfews on how late your reception can carry on for and often they have very high overtime fees.

If you are having your wedding at a private residence you must also consider your neighbors, so it is often a necessity to formally end the evening at some point and a last dance song is a great way to do so. Even if this is not the case with your wedding it is always a good idea to decide on a good time to call it a night.

Weddings should be happy, unfilled occasions, but they should also be classy and sophisticated no matter how informal. It is after all a celebration of love and of your union and not a frat party.


By setting a time to leave with your new spouse and choosing a last dance song you can decide to end your night in a way that best suits your personalities instead of having it fizzle out to a few die hard (and probably very intoxicated) party goers.

The last dance song to end off your wedding night can be something like the music played at the end credits to a movie. Do you want your last dance song to depict the romance of an ever after, strolling into the sunset kind of love. Or should your last dance song rather be an up beat sing along finale or perhaps you want to end your movie with funny song kind of like watching the bloopers of the evening?

If you don't want to end your wedding on a last dance, have a look at the end of the page for some last dance alternatives and ideas.

Listen to the last dance songs below and find the perfect one to end off your special evening with:

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