Anniversary Songs

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Song Artist Genre iTunes
A Moment Like This Kelly Clarkson Rock
After All These Years Journey Rock
Amazed Lonestar Country
Anniversary Tony Toni Tone R&B
Anniversary Song Cowboy Junkies Indie
Anniversary Song Glenn Miller Orchestra Jazz
Anniversary Waltz Rosemary Clooney Jazz
As Time Goes By Billie Holiday Jazz
Because Of You Tony Bennett Jazz
Because You Loved Me Celine Dion Contemporary
Bring It On Home Little Big Town Country
By Your Side Sade R&B
Clocks Coldplay Pop
Could I Have This Dance Anne Murray Country
Endless Love Lionel Richie & Diana Ross R&B
Faithfully
Journey Rock
For My Wedding Don Henley Rock
Forever And Ever Amen Randy Travis Country
Forever And For Always Shania Twain Country
Forever My Lady Jodeci R&B
Grow Old With Me Mary Chapin Carpenter Country
Grow Old With You Adam Sandler Soundtrack
Happy Anniversary Ray Goodman & Brown R&B
Happy Anniversary Little River Band Rock
Have I Told You Lately Rod Stewart Rock
Here, There and Everywhere The Beatles Rock
I Could Not Ask For More Edwin McCain Rock
I Do (Cherish You) 98 Degrees Pop
I Get A Kick Out Of You Frank Sinatra Oldies
I Got You Babe Sonny & Cher Rock
I Keep On Lovin’ You Reba McEntire Country
I’d Love You All Over Again Alan Jackson Country
It Had To Be You Frank Sinatra Oldies
It Had To Be You Harry Connick Jr. Jazz
(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life Bill Medley & Jennifer Warnes Rock
Just The Two Of Us Grover Washington Jr. R&B
Just The Way You Are Billy Joel Rock
Let’s Stay Together Al Green R&B
Longer Dan Fogelberg Rock
Look At Us Vince Gill Country
L-O-V-E Nat King Cole Jazz
Love Will Keep Us Together Captian & Tennille Rock
Love Story Taylor Swift Pop
Memories Are Made Of This Dean Martin Oldies
On My Wedding Day Don Henley Pop
Remember When Alan Jackson Country
Saving Forever For You Shanice R&B
Sea Of Love The Honeydrippers Rock
Stand By Me Ben E King Oldies
Still The One Orleans Rock
So Amazing Luther Vandross R&B
Thank You Dido Rock
The Best Is Yet To Come Frank Sinatra Oldies
This I Promise You NSYNC Pop
This Will Be (An Everlasting Love) Natalie Cole R&B
Through The Years Kenny Rogers Country
Times of Your Life Paul Anka Oldies
Two People Fell In Love Brad Paisley Country
Wedding Day Seal R&B
We’ve Only Just Begun The Carpenters Rock
When I Said I Do Clint Black Country
Wind Beneath My Wings Bette Midler Rock
With This Ring Sawyer Brown Rock
You And I Eddie Rabbitt & Crystal Gayle Country
You And Me Lifehouse Rock
You Are The Sunshine Of My Life Stevie Wonder R&B
You Just Get Better All The Time Tim McGraw Country
Your Song Elton John Rock
You’re Still The One Shania Twain Country

Weddings are filled with many traditional activities. The anniversary dance is often one the most inspirational moments of any wedding celebration. Most couples that choose to do an Anniversary Dance do it as a way to honor the institution of marriage and all of the married couples in attendance. (Modern weddings often celebrate all couples, married or not.)

Traditionally, the Master of Ceremony will call all of the couples out to dance. After a little bit of time (usually a 30 seconds to a minute or so) the MC will ask all couples who have been together less than (fill in the blank) years to take their seats. After another bit of time, the MC will ask all couples who have been together less than (fill in the blank) years to take their seats. The process continues, going up in increments of 5 or 10 years (using smaller increments as they go) until there is only one couple left on the dance floor. This is the couple that has been together the longest. At this point, there are a couple of different options. The bride and groom can present the couple with the bridal bouquet. This is a great option if you’re not going to do a bouquet toss. Another option is for the Master of Ceremony to ask the couple to give marriage advice to the newlyweds (i.e. How have you managed to have such a long and happy marriage?) Some couples will even choose to do both. In any case, it is a sweet, touching and inspirational way to celebrate the tradition of marriage.

Although it may not be an activity for every wedding reception, it is a classy way to pay homage for newlyweds to pay homage to all of the couples in attendance. Do you think the traditional Anniversary Dance is something you would like to have at your wedding? If you’d like to know how we turn this tradition on its head to get everyone out onto the dance floor and kick-start the party read our blog post.

Not much of a dancer? Maybe you’ve always wanted to learn and you just needed a little push; something like a wedding. We’ve recommended these DVD and online dance lessons to our clients and they thank us almost every time. It’s not going to make you dance like Jason Derulo, Derek Hough or Beyonce, but it will give you the confidence to get out on the dance floor and string together easy and popular moves in any way you like. You’ll never have to say I don’t dance again.

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