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All great things must come to an end and the Last Dance marks the finale of a beautiful lovely evening of fun, food and friends. Much like the first dance, the bride and groom take the dance-floor and share this dance together during this for one final moment as the guests surround them, usually in a circle.

The guests can join into the first dance in different ways:

  • Dancing with eachother while next to the bride and groom.
  • Passing the microphone around and making a short congratulatory speech to the bride and groom.
  • Passing the microphone around while each guests sings a portion of last-dance song.

By this time, guests feel very comfortable on the mic and being on the dance-floor so there will should be no shy faces in the room.

The last dance can be slow and romantic, upbeat, or a mixture of both – where the song begins in a slow pace and then gets progressively faster and louder towards the end – like at this wedding that we did so your guests can leave with a “bang” . 

Some very common last dance songs include: 

Dirty Dancing - Time of my Life (Final Dance)
Donna Summer - Last Dance
David Guetta feat Kid Cudi - Memories
Fun.: We Are Young ft. Janelle Monáe
Marry You - Bruno Mars

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After the last dance, if the guests happen to be in a circle around the bride and groom, they usually join in for a big group hug while being guided by the Wedding DJ or MC. After the song is over, DJs have their own ideas on what to do, some believe it is best to completely shut down the music while others believe in letting the music play at a very low level is best.

Guests can also join outside of the venue as the bride and groom share the last dance alone on the dance-floor, and blow bubbles, or hold up sparklers as the bride and groom walk in between them towards their limo.

The last dance is sometimes enhanced by a wedding snow-fall or dance-on-the-clouds. This is the time to seal the evening, have everyone merge together for one last time, and say good-bye to one of the most memorable evenings of your life.

 

For our complete list of Wedding Last Dance Songs click here

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All great things must come to an end and the Last Dance marks the finale of a beautiful lovely evening of fun, food and friends. Much like the first dance, the bride and groom take the dance-floor and share this dance together during this for one final moment as...
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