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The Ultimate 90s Wedding Songs List!

Last Updated: 10th July 2023

Ahhhh the 90s… a time of… well, everything! From grunge to dance anthems and boybands to Britpop, the 90s was a decade that produced one of the most eclectic ranges of music ever. The good news for you, is that the 90s provided some of the most well-known and lovable tracks, making it a great era to choose from when finding the music for your wedding. Let’s have a look at why 90s wedding songs will keep your dance floor full and your guests having the best time.

  • Britpop rocks – If you want your guests to sway arm in arm, belting out the lyrics to some of the most iconic music the UK has ever produced, then choosing Britpop anthems is the way forward. You know you want to!
  • You can create a cheesy school disco on your dance floor – Pure pop was so cool back in the 90s. Boybands like the Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC ruled the airwaves and then the the Spice Girls turned up and that was it – girl power exploded onto the scene and things were never the same again. Playing a few fun 90s pop tracks at your reception will have your guests racing to the dance floor to relive some of the best days of their lives.
  • There are some unbelievable dance tracks – Clubbing in the 90s must have been phenomenal. The range of electronic dance music that comes from this era is jaw-dropping. We don’t recommend filling your whole evening with it, but dropping a couple of 90s dance anthems for your guests will go down a treat with anyone who loves a good rave.
  • There are some great first dance songs – From massive rock ballads to romantic slow dances, 90s first dance songs are some of the best around, so make sure to check out the list!
  • You can make a baby montage – You were probably born or grew up in the 90s right? How cute would it be to make a slideshow of you and your partner when you were little to show at your wedding breakfast and accompany it with songs from the time? SO CUTE is the answer!

  • So here’s the list! Some of the songs are floor-fillers, others are suitable for a bridal entrance or first dance but most are just plain FUN! We’ve sorted them into different styles to help you navigate as there’s so many, and hope you find some absolute bangers to use throughout your day.

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    90s Pop Songs

    Pop in the 90s was so varied, it was hard to categorise these songs. With everything from Aqua to All Saints, you’re sure to find some classics to brighten up your dance floor.

    I Want You Back – *NSYNC

    Tearin’ Up My Heart – *NSYNC

    What’s Up? – 4 Non-Blondes

    All That She Wants – Ace Of Base

    The Sign – Ace Of Base

    You Oughta Know – Alanis Morrisette

    Never Ever – All Saints

    Walking On Broken Glass – Annie Lennox

    Freak Me – Another Level

    Barbie Girl – Aqua

    C’est La Vie – B*witched

    Everybody – Backstreet Boys

    I Want It That Way – Backstreet Boys

    Larger Than Life – Backstreet Boys

    We’ve Got It Goin’ On – Backstreet Boys

    Who Let the Dogs Out – Baha Men

    Baby, I Love Your Way – Big Mountain

    She Wants You – Billie Piper

    Picture Of You – Boyzone

    …Baby One More Time – Britney Spears

    Witch Doctor – Cartoons

    Would I Lie To You? – Charles & Eddie

    The Shoop Shoop Song – Cher

    Genie in A Bottle – Christina Aguilera

    Cleopatra’s Theme – Cleopatra

    I Love You Always Forever – Donna Lewis

    A Girl Like You – Edwyn Collins

    Bailamos – Enrinqé Inglesias

    I Wanna Be The Only One – Eternal

    This Kiss – Faith Hill

    Got the Feeling – Five

    If Ya Gettin’ Down – Five

    Keep On Movin’ – Five

    Slam Dunk Da Funk – Five

    Freedom! ’90 – George Michael

    MMM Bop – Hanson

    Always There – Incognito ft. Jocelyn Brown

    Canned Heat – Jamiroquai

    Cosmic Girl – Jamiroquai

    Space Cowboy – Jamiroquai

    Virtual Insanity – Jamiroquai

    Let’s Get Loud – Jennifer Lopez

    I’m Always Here (Baywatch Theme) – Jimi Jameson

    I Can Make You Feel Good – Kavana

    Better The Devil You Know – Kylie Minogue

    It Ain’t Over Til It’s Over – Lenny Kravitz

    Summer Girls – LFO

    High – Lighthouse Family

    Macarena – Los Del Rio

    Mambo No. 5 – Lou Bega

    Fantasy – Mariah Carey

    As – Mary J. Blige & George Michael

    Bitch – Meredith Brooks

    Black Or White – Michael Jackson

    I’ve Got A Little Something For You – MN8

    Time Is Now – Moloko

    Coco Jamboo – Mr. President

    Torn – Natalie Imbruglia

    Step By Step – New Kids On The Block

    Mysterious Girl – Peter Andre

    Cotton Eye Joe – Rednex

    Livin’ La Vida Loca – Ricky Martin

    I’m Too Sexy – Right Said Fred

    Let Me Entertain You – Robbie Williams

    Millenium – Robbie Williams

    Bring It All Back – S Club 7

    S-Club Party – S Club 7

    Trouble – Shampoo

    Man! I Feel Like A Woman – Shania Twain

    That Don’t Impress Me Much – Shania Twain

    I Love Your Smile – Shanice

    All I Wanna Do – Sheryl Crow

    Something Got Me Started – Simply Red

    Stars – Simply Red

    Spice Up You Life – Spice Girls

    Who Do You Think You Are – Spice Girls

    5,6,7,8 – Steps

    Tragedy – Steps

    Tom’s Diner – Suzanne Vena, DNA

    Could It Be Magic – Take That

    Everything Changes – Take That

    Never Forget – Take That

    Pray – Take That

    Relight My Fire – Take That

    Love Fool – The Cardigans

    Dance The Night Away – The Mavericks

    I’ll Be There For You – The Rembrandts

    Stop – The Spice Girls

    Wannabe – The Spice Girls

    Saturday Night – Whigfield

    I’m Every Woman – Whitney Houston

    Hold On – Wilson Phillips

    90s Indie And Britpop Songs

    So much more than just Oasis and Blur (although obviously we’ve included them), this genre of music is guaranteed to unite your guests on the dance floor and create an unforgettable atmosphere.

    Acquiesce – Oasis

    All Star – Smash Mouth

    Alright – Supergrass

    Beautiful Ones – Suede

    Beetlebum – Blur

    Bittersweet Symphony – The Verve

    Breakfast At Tiffany’s – Deep Blue Something

    Brimful Of Asha – Cornershop

    Champagne Supernova – Oasis

    Cigarettes And Alcohol – Oasis

    Common People – Pulp

    Connection – Elastica

    Country House – Blur

    Creep – Radiohead

    Disco 2000 – Pulp

    Disco Down – Shed Seven

    Don’t Look Back In Anger – Oasis

    Girl From Mars – Ash

    Girls and Boys – Blur

    Good Enough – Dodgy

    How Bizarre – OMC

    Hundred Mile City – Ocean Colour Scene

    If You Tolerate This Your Children Will Be Next – Manic Street Preachers

    Karma Police – Radiohead

    Live Forever – Oasis

    Lucky Man – The Verve

    Lucky You – The Lightning Seeds

    Mr. Jones – Counting Crows

    Parklife – Blur

    Place Your Hands – Reef

    Roll With It – Oasis

    Semi-Charmed Life – Third Eye Blind

    She’s Electric – Oasis

    Slide Away – Oasis

    Smile – The Supernaturals

    Song 2 – Blur

    Stand By Me – Oasis

    Steal My Sunshine – LEN

    The Bartender and The Thief – Sterophonics

    The Day We Caught The Train – Ocean Colour Scene

    Two Princes – Spin Doctors

    Wake Up Boo! – The Boo Radleys

    Walkaway – Cast

    Walkin’ On The Sun – Smash Mouth

    Wonderwall – Oasis

    You Get What You Give – New Radicals

    90s Dance Songs

    No-one will be able to wait for the beat to drop on these stunning dance tracks. Bring your guests together in a euphoric celebration of some of the best dance tracks ever written.

    Brothers & Sisters – 2 Funky 2

    No Limit – 2 Unlimited

    Killer – Adamski ft. Seal

    Don’t Give Me Your Life – Alex Party

    Better Off Alone – Alice DJ

    2 Times – Ann Lee

    Let Me Be Your Fantasy – Baby D

    Red Alert – Basement Jaxx

    Sunshine After the Rain – Berri

    Ride On Time – Black Box

    Two Can Play That Game – Bobby Brown

    Freestyler – Bomfunk MC’s

    Gonna Make You Sweat (Everybody Dance Now) – C & C Music Factory

    Finally – CeCe Peniston

    Hey Boy Hey Girl – Chemical Brothers

    Believe – Cher

    Baby Baby – Corona

    The Rhythm Of The Night – Corona

    Mr. Vain – Culture Beat

    Things Can Only Get Better – D:Ream

    Da Funk – Daft Punk

    Sunchyme – Dario G

    Sandstorm – Darude

    Groove Is In The Heart – Deee-Lite

    It’s My Life – Dr. Alban

    Blue (Da Ba Dee) – Eiffel 65

    Unbelievable – EMF

    Insomnia – Faithless

    Praise You – Flatboy Slim

    Freed From Desire – GALA

    I See You Baby – Groove Armada ft. Gramma Funk

    What Is Love? – Haddaway

    Together Again – Janet Jackson

    Son Of A Gun – JX

    There’s Nothing I Won’t Do – JX

    Be My Lover – La Bouche

    Don’t Stop Movin’ – Livin’ Joy

    Dreamer – Livin’ Joy

    You’re a Superstar – Love Inc.

    Moving On Up – M People

    Don’t Call Me Baby – Madison Avenue

    Ray Of Light – Madonna

    Sing It Back – Moloko

    Horny – Mousse T

    Flat Beat – Mr. Oizo

    Set You Free – N-Trance

    Push The Feeling On – Nightcrawlers

    Addicted To Bass – Puretone

    Another Night – Real McCoy

    I Like To Move It Move It – Reel 2 Reel ft. The Mad Stuntman

    Children – Robert Miles

    Show Me Love – Robin S

    Everybody’s Free – Rozalla

    Ecuador – Sash!

    Encore Une Fois – Sash!

    Scatman (ski-ba-bop-ba-dop-bop) – Scatman John

    Rhythm Is A Dancer – Snap!

    It Feels So Good – Sonique

    Music Sounds Better With You – Stardust

    U Sure Do – Strike

    Pump Up The Jam – Technotronic

    I Luv U Baby – The Original

    Don’t Stop Wiggle Wiggle – The Outhere Brothers

    Breathe – The Prodigy

    Professional Widow – Tori Amos, Armend Van Helden

    Born Slippy – Underworld

    The Key The Secret – Urban Cookie Collective

    Boom Boom Boom Boom!! – Vengaboys

    We Like To Party – Vengaboys

    King Of My Castle – Wamdue Project

    Renegade Master – Wildchild

    90s Rock Songs

    Classic rock had all but disappeared by the 90s, instead being replaced by the start of grunge and pop-punk, the latter of which would stick around for years to come. These fun tracks are filled with energy that will get you guests dancing the night away, but there’s also some popular love songs that have snuck in there too – ideal for a 90s first dance!

    Always – Bon Jovi

    Black Velvet – Alannah Myles

    Buddy Holly – Weezer

    Don’t Speak – No Doubt

    Everlong – Foo Fighters

    Friday I’m In Love – The Cure

    Good Riddance (Time Of Your Life) – Green Day

    Iris – Goo Goo Dolls

    Just A Girl – No Doubt

    Linger – The Cranberries

    Monkey Wrench – Foo Fighters

    One Week – Barenaked Ladies

    Pretty Fly For A White Guy – The Offspring

    Rocks – Primal Scream

    Save Tonight – Eagle Eye Cherry

    Smells Like Teen Spirit – Nirvana

    Smooth – Santana ft. Rob Thomas

    Spaceman – Babylon Zoo

    Tubthumping – Chumbawumba

    What I Got – Sublime

    When You’re Gone – Bryan Adams & Mel C

    90s R&B Songs

    The 90s was a turning point for R&B music and rightly so. These tracks stormed the charts and made the genre mainstream. This list is where you’ll find all your slow jams and chill vibes if you want to slow things down a bit.

    End Of the Road – Boys II Men

    The Boy Is Mine – Brandy & Monica

    I Wanna Sex You Up – Color Me Bad

    Ghetto Romance – Damage

    Jumpin’ Jumpin’ – Destiny’s Child

    Say My Name – Destiny’s Child

    Don’t Let Go – En Vogue

    Love Like This – Faith Evans

    All My Life – K-Ci & JoJo

    You Might Need Somebody – Shola Ama

    Never Gonna Let You Go – Tina Moore

    No Scrubs – TLC

    Waterfalls – TLC

    90s Rap & Hip Hop Songs

    There are some huge tracks on this list of Hip-Hop and rap songs. If your mission is to fill your dance floor, go for it – but be careful if there’s kids around to choose the clean versions!

    California Love – 2 Pac ft. Dr. Dre

    Changes – 2Pac

    People Everyday – Arrested Development

    No Diggity – Blackstreet ft. Dr. Dre, Queen Pen

    Drinking in LA – Bran Van 3000

    Gangsta’s Paradise – Coolio

    Still D.R.E – Dr Dre. Ft Snoop Dogg

    My Name Is – Eminem

    Now That We Found Love – Heavy D & The Boyz ft. Aaron Hall

    Jump Around – House Of Pain

    Can I Kick It? – I Tribe Called Quest

    Hard Knock Life – JAY-Z

    Jump – Kriss Kross

    Return Of The Mack – Mark Morrison

    Shackles (Praise You) – Mary Mary

    Feel So Good – Mase

    U Can’t Touch This – MC Hammer

    This Is How We Do It – Montell Jordan

    Doo Wop (That Thing) – Ms. Lauryn Hill

    Ghetto Superstar – Pras Michel

    Whatta Man – Salt-N-Pepa

    Shoop – Salt-N-Pepa

    Boombastic – Shaggy

    Baby Got Back – Sir Mix-A-Lot

    Informer – Snow

    Connected – Stereo MCs

    Hypnotize – The Notorious B.I.G

    Mo Money Mo Problems – The Notorious B.I.G

    Getting’ Jiggy With It – Will Smith

    Miami – Will Smith

    So there you have it – all the 90s wedding songs you could ever want to play! Have a wonderful wedding, and if you’re after a band to play some of these tracks for you why not check out our incredible selection of the best wedding bands on the market? We hope to hear from you soon.

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