37 Bouquet Toss Songs You’ll Love

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Our Favorite Bouquet Toss Songs

Choosing the right song to toss your bouquet to can add an extra touch of fun and excitement to the tradition. Professional wedding DJs will be the first to tell you, the song should be upbeat and celebratory, encouraging the single ladies to get excited about catching the bouquet.

Popular choices for bouquet toss songs include “Single Ladies” by Beyonce, “Girls Just Want to Have Fun” by Cyndi Lauper, and “It’s Raining Men” by The Weather Girls.

However, the choice of song ultimately depends on the couple’s personal preference and the overall vibe of the wedding. Ultimately, a fun and energetic song will help make the bouquet toss a memorable and enjoyable moment for everyone involved. The wedding DJs at Mike Staff Productions put together a Spotify playlist featuring their most requested bouquet toss songs

Read More: Pros, Cons, And Alternatives to the Bouquet Toss At Your Wedding

37 Rowdy Songs to Play During Your Bouquet Toss

  1. Filthy – Justin Timberlake
  2. Man, I Feel Like a Woman – Shania Twain
  3. Little White Church – Little Big Town
  4. Chapel of Love – The Dixie Cups
  5. Single Ladies – Beyonce
  6. How Will I Know – Whitney Houston
  7. Run the World – Beyonce
  8. Hollaback Girl – Gwen Stefani
  9. You Can’t Hurry Love – The Supremes
  10. Ain’t No Other Man – Christina Aguilera
  11. Wannabe – Spice Girls
  12. Dear Future Husband – Meghan Trainor
  13. Country Girls (Shake it for Me) – Luke Bryan
  14. Milkshake – Kelis
  15. Another One Bites the Dust – Queen
  16. Girls, Girls, Girls – Motley Crew
  17. Girls – Beastie Boys
  18. Gold Digger – Kanye West
  19. Where my Girls At – 702
  20. Just A Girl – No Doubt
  21. Sexy and I Know It – LMFAO
  22. Ladies Night – Kool and The Gang
  23. Don’t Cha – The Pussycat Dolls
  24. Gold Digger – Kanye West
  25. This One’s for the Girls – Martina McBride
  26. Hot Legs – Rod Stewart
  27. Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
  28. Bad Girls – Donna Summer
  29. Wishin’ & Hopin’ – Dusty Springfield
  30. Lady Marmalade – Christina Aguilera
  31. I Like It – Cardi B
  32. Bodak Yellow – Cardi B
  33. Stronger – Britney Spears
  34. No Scrubs – TLC
  35. You Don’t Own Me – Lesley Gore
  36. Bitch – Meredith Brooks
  37. Express Yourself – Madonna

When You Should Do the Bouquet Toss

Couples typically toss the bouquet (and/or garter) during the second half of the reception. That’s when most guests are on their feet and letting loose on the dance floor and the meal and toasts are finished. Remember, whoever catches the bouquet symbolically represents who will get married next. So, throwing it at the end of the night is a great way to ‘pass the floral torch’ to the next potential lovebirds.

The timing of the bouquet toss should also be coordinated with the wedding photographer and videographer to ensure that the moment is captured on camera. Looking for a more concrete timeline? If you’re having a four-hour seated reception from 8 p.m. to midnight, aim to toss that bouquet around 10 or 11 p.m. after the cake’s been cut and the party is full of energy.

Additionally, some couples choose to incorporate the bouquet toss into other wedding traditions, such as tossing the garter or doing a joint toss with the groom’s boutonniere. This can add a fun and unique twist to the traditional bouquet toss.


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