37 Rowdy Songs to Play During Your Bouquet Toss
Let’s get real, the bouquet toss is one of those wedding traditions that’s starting to fade. That’s totally cool but not to be a total downer, it’s still an exciting reception moment that’s just fun for your guests to watch! (Who doesn’t want to see ladies clamoring over your beautiful bouquet as it’s flying through the air?)
With that being said, if you’re including the bouquet toss in your wedding timeline, you have to choose the perfect song. It’s critical you work with your wedding DJ to select the perfect song to narrate, what can be, a pretty entertaining moment.
Which Bouquet Toss Song Will You Choose?
The wedding DJs at Mike Staff Productions put together a Spotify playlist featuring their bouquet toss songs. You’re sure to find the perfect tune for this special reception moment in our custom Spotify playlist.
- Filthy – Justin Timberlake
- Man, I Feel Like a Woman – Shania Twain
- Little White Church – Little Big Town
- Chapel of Love – The Dixie Cups
- Single Ladies – Beyonce
- How Will I Know – Whitney Houston
- Run the World – Beyonce
- Hollaback Girl – Gwen Stefani
- You Can’t Hurry Love – The Supremes
- Ain’t No Other Man – Christina Aguilera
- Wannabe – Spice Girls
- Dear Future Husband – Meghan Trainor
- Country Girls (Shake it for Me) – Luke Bryan
- Milkshake – Kelis
- Another One Bites the Dust – Queen
- Girls, Girls, Girls – Motley Crew
- Girls – Beastie Boys
- Gold Digger – Kanye West
- Where my Girls At – 702
- Just A Girl – No Doubt
- Sexy and I Know It – LMFAO
- Ladies Night – Kool and The Gang
- Don’t Cha – The Pussycat Dolls
- Gold Digger – Kanye West
- This One’s for the Girls – Martina McBride
- Hot Legs – Rod Stewart
- Hit Me With Your Best Shot – Pat Benatar
- Bad Girls – Donna Summer
- Wishin’ & Hopin’ – Dusty Springfield
- Lady Marmalade – Christina Aguilera
- I Like It – Cardi B
- Bodak Yellow – Cardi B
- Stronger – Britney Spears
- No Scrubs – TLC
- You Don’t Own Me – Lesley Gore
- Bitch – Meredith Brooks
- Express Yourself – Madonna
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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, this 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.
Looking for 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.