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Wedding entrances are supposed to be fun and full of energy. As you make your way into the reception space after being called in by the Wedding DJ, you guests will be filled with excitement to see you and your loved one making their first public appearance as husband and wife. Below are some fun wedding entrance songs we have seen that work very well at receptions, to see the full list containing hundreds of choices, click here:

Kool & The Gang - Celebration

An oldie but goody, this song never fails to get the spirits up at any celebration. The song  is a classic and a favorite of many DJs especially during the first portion of the wedding.

Don Omar - Danza Kuduro ft. Lucenzo

This wedding entrance favorite is full of energy and packs a punch.  A favorite entrance song of 2013, Danza Kuduro also kept the floors packed during the latter part of the reception, as it blends in with almost any hit.

Calvin Harris - Feel so Close

This was a favorite entrance song, not for the bridal party entrance, but for the bride and groom’s entrance. It take some time to build up which gives guests just the right amount of anticipation needed for the big moment as the couple make their way onto the dance-floor. Time this right and you can have a blast  making your entrance!

Fatboy Slim - Praise You

Radio stations have a lot of trouble with Fatboy Slim, his music is just not mainstream enough for radio but yet addictive to music lovers. What to do! This is a slower tempo song for the classy wedding entrances, just make sure you do not rip off the YouTube version as it includes a live performance (clapping and cheering in the background).

Shania Twain - You're Still The One

Another slower paced ballad (we wanted to mix it up a bit), this song is also often used during first dances. The song says it all in 30 seconds, so it is perfect timing. Most couples choose to play it from the 18 second mark to the 50 second mark.

Let us know what you think of this list. Party on!

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Wedding entrances are supposed to be fun and full of energy. As you make your way into the reception space after being called in by the Wedding DJ, you guests will be filled with excitement to see you and your loved one making their first public appearance as husband...
Wedding entrances are supposed to be fun and full of energy. As you make your way into the reception space after being called in by the Wedding DJ, you guests will be filled with excitement to see you and your loved one making their first public appearance as husband and wife. Below are some fun wedding entrance songs we have seen that work very well at receptions, to see the full list containing hundreds of choices, <a href="http://songs.w3ddingdj.com/wedding-entrance-songs/">click here</a>: An oldie but goody, this song never fails to get the spirits up at any celebration. The song  is a classic and a favorite of many DJs especially during the first portion of the wedding. This wedding entrance favorite is full of energy and packs a punch.  A favorite entrance song of 2013, Danza Kuduro also kept the floors packed during the latter part of the reception, as it blends in with almost any hit. This was a favorite entrance song, not for the bridal party entrance, but for the bride and groom's entrance. It take some time to build up which gives guests just the right amount of anticipation needed for the big moment as the couple make their way onto the dance-floor. Time this right and you can have a blast  making your entrance! Radio stations have a lot of trouble with Fatboy Slim, his music is just not mainstream enough for radio but yet addictive to music lovers. What to do! This is a slower tempo song for the classy wedding entrances, just make sure you do not rip off the YouTube version as it includes a live performance (clapping and cheering in the background). Another slower paced ballad (we wanted to mix it up a bit), this song is also often used during first dances. The song says it all in 30 seconds, so it is perfect timing. Most couples choose to play it from the 18 second mark to the 50 second mark. Let us know what you think of this list. Party on!
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