10 Upbeat Wedding Recessional Songs To Exit The Ceremony

It’s your wedding ceremony, you and your fiancé have just been pronounced husband and wife, you share a passionate kiss, and your guests go wild. Now, what wedding music do you imagine playing as you take your first steps as a married couple for your recessional?

The recessional should be a song of ‘celebration’. At that point the ceremony is over, and you can go wild with song choice in ‘most’ cases. This is usually and upbeat /feel good song that ‘connects’ with the two of you. Here is a list of upbeat songs to exit the wedding ceremony

1Stevie Wonder – Signed Sealed Delivered

We can’t think of a better addition to our list of wedding recessional songs than this Stevie Wonder classic. It’s guaranteed to get everyone on their feet and dancing!

2U2 – Beautiful Day

3“Marry You” by Bruno Mars

Is there a Bruno Mars song that doesn’t make us want to get up and dance? “Marry You” is one of the best wedding recessional songs to kick off your ‘just married’ celebration!

4“You Make My Dreams” by Hall & Oates

If you’re an ’80s kid, you’ll want to add this to your list of possible wedding reception songs ASAP. “You Make My Dreams” is an upbeat crowd fave that’s a perfect ending to your wedding ceremony.

5“Love Will Keep Us Together” by Captain & Tennille

This kitschy ’70s tune is one of the best recessional songs if you want something offbeat and playful. It might even result in an impromptu singalong by your guests!

What are you playing for the end of the ceremony? Share in the comments below