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As we wrap up the year in Weddings, we compiled a list of the most requested Wedding Songs of 2013 for each category. To view more information on Wedding songs and the runner-ups see this Wedding Songs page.

Wedding Entrance Songs 

Wedding entrances in 2013 were mostly fun and upbeat, filled with some surprise entries by the bridal party, and on some Weddings the entrance song was coordinated with intelligent lighting for an amazing entrance.

This was the #1 Wedding entrance song of 2013

 

The First Dance Song take place right after the main entrances are announced, and it’s a moment where the bride and groom share the dance-floor alone as husband and wife. This is probably the most romantic moment of the evening.

 

This was the #1 First Dance Song selection of 2013

 

Cake Cutting Songs

The cake-cutting portion usually takes place after dinner is served, although for many Weddings in 2013 the bride and groom chose to get it out of the way during the beginning of their wedding, and maximize the party time for the rest of the evening. This is a playful moment where the bride and groom smear cake on each-other’s face as guests take photos with their phones or cameras.

 

This was the #1 Wedding cake-cutting song selection for 2013

 

Bouquet Toss Songs

The bouquet toss portion is another playful moment where the single ladies (and in some cases all the ladies) step onto the dance-floor to catch the bride’s bouquet. The DJ or MC counts to 3 and the bride tosses the bouquet backwards for the one lucky lady to catch.

 

This is the #1 Bouquet toss song of 2013

 

Father Daughter Song 

The bride shares this dance with her father on most Weddings, while some weddings this year had variations such as the inclusion of a recorded message into the song, and in one Wedding the father opted for a speech about how much he loved his daughter, instead dancing the father daughter dance. 

 

This was the #1 Father-Daughter dance of 2013

 

Mother-son dance 

Much like the father-daughter dance, the mother-son dance is a moment for the groom to share the dance-floor with his one and only mother. Some variations this year included the groom sharing the dance-floor with both his mother and step-mother, and the groom’s mother saying a poem prior to the mother-son dance commencing.

 

This was the #1 Mother-Son dance of 2013

 

Line Dances 

Line dances made a strong comeback in 2013. Although many brides chose to skip the line-dances, the guests sure requested them, and begged the bride to allow us to play them. Line dances are considered cheesy by many brides, although it was a must-have for other brides. This was the toughest one to choose from because there are only about 10 very popular line dances in existence.

 

Here is the #1 Line dance song of 2013

 

Last Dance

 

And with this we end the post. The last dance is a very special closing moment, where the magical evening comes to an end as the guests gather for one final time on the dance-floor with the bride and groom. Some variations we saw included the guests joining in and singing during the last dance, the microphone being passed around as the guests gave their best wishes to the newlyweds, and even a bubble sendoff as the bride and groom exited the venue.

 

This is the #1 Last Dance Song of 2013

 

Find our complete list of Wedding songs here. 

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As we wrap up the year in Weddings, we compiled a list of the most requested Wedding Songs of 2013 for each category. To view more information on Wedding songs and the runner-ups see this Wedding Songs page. Wedding Entrance Songs  Wedding entrances in 2013 were mostly fun and upbeat, filled...
As we wrap up the year in Weddings, we compiled a list of the most requested Wedding Songs of 2013 for each category. To view more information on Wedding songs and the runner-ups see this <a href="/wedding-songs/" target="_blank">Wedding Songs page.</a> <a style="line-height: 1.5em;" href="/wedding-entrance-songs/" target="_blank">Wedding Entrance Songs </a> Wedding entrances in 2013 were mostly fun and upbeat, filled with some surprise entries by the bridal party, and on some Weddings the entrance song was coordinated with intelligent lighting for an amazing entrance.   <div><a href="/wedding-first-dance-songs/" target="_blank">First Dance Songs </a></div> <div id=":hp.co">The <strong>First Dance Song </strong>take place right after the main entrances are announced, and it's a moment where the bride and groom share the dance-floor alone as husband and wife. This is probably the most romantic moment of the evening.</div>     <a style="line-height: 1.5em;" href="/wedding-cake-cutting-songs/" target="_blank">Cake Cutting Songs</a> <div>The cake-cutting portion usually takes place after dinner is served, although for many Weddings in 2013 the bride and groom chose to get it out of the way during the beginning of their wedding, and maximize the party time for the rest of the evening. This is a playful moment where the bride and groom smear cake on each-other's face as guests take photos with their phones or cameras.</div>     <a style="line-height: 1.5em;" href="/wedding-bouquet-toss-songs/" target="_blank">Bouquet Toss Songs</a> <div>The bouquet toss portion is another playful moment where the single ladies (and in some cases all the ladies) step onto the dance-floor to catch the bride's bouquet. The DJ or MC counts to 3 and the bride tosses the bouquet backwards for the one lucky lady to catch.</div>     <a style="line-height: 1.5em;" href="/wedding-father-daughter-songs1/" target="_blank">Father Daughter Song </a> <div><span style="line-height: 1.5em;">The bride shares this dance with her father on most Weddings, while some weddings this year had variations such as the inclusion of a recorded message into the song, and in one Wedding the father opted for a speech about how much he loved his daughter, instead dancing the father daughter dance. </span></div>     <a style="line-height: 1.5em;" href="/wedding-mother-son-dance-songs/" target="_blank">Mother-son dance </a> <div>Much like the father-daughter dance, the mother-son dance is a moment for the groom to share the dance-floor with his one and only mother. Some variations this year included the groom sharing the dance-floor with both his mother and step-mother, and the groom's mother saying a poem prior to the mother-son dance commencing.</div>     <a style="line-height: 1.5em;" href="/wedding-line-dances/" target="_blank">Line Dances </a> <div>Line dances made a strong comeback in 2013. Although many brides chose to skip the line-dances, the guests sure requested them, and begged the bride to allow us to play them. Line dances are considered cheesy by many brides, although it was a must-have for other brides. This was the toughest one to choose from because there are only about 10 very popular line dances in existence.</div>     <span style="line-height: 1.5em;"><a style="line-height: 1.5em;" href="/wedding-last-dance-songs/" target="_blank">Last Dance</a></span>   And with this we end the post. The last dance is a very special closing moment, where the magical evening comes to an end as the guests gather for one final time on the dance-floor with the bride and groom. Some variations we saw included the guests joining in and singing during the last dance, the microphone being passed around as the guests gave their best wishes to the newlyweds, and even a bubble sendoff as the bride and groom exited the venue.     <span style="line-height: 1.5em;">Find our complete list of Wedding songs </span><a style="line-height: 1.5em;" href="/wedding-songs/" target="_blank">here. </a>
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