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Great Garter Toss Songs

21 Great Garter Toss Songs

The wedding garter toss has been a long-standing tradition, where the groom reaches under the bride’s dress to remove the garter and then throws it to all the single men at the reception. The man that catches the garter is believed to be the next married. Sometimes, this man will place the garter onto the woman who had caught the bride’s bouquet.

The music for your garter toss can make a huge difference in getting your guests engaged in the fun. So what song should you choose? Music from any genre will work, just remember you want to choose a song that will get all the singles up and onto the floor.

Here are 21 great bouquet toss songs from various genres.

1) 2Pac – Toss It Up
2) AC/DC – You Shook Me All Night Long
3) Aleo Blacc – The Man
4) Baha Men – Who Let The Dogs Out
5) Blake Shelton Feat. Pistol Annies & Friends – Boys Round Here
6) Blues Brothers – Soul Man
7) Danny Elfman – Mission Impossible Theme
8) David Lee Roth – Just A Gigolo
9) Def Leppard – Pour Some Sugar On Me
10) Destiny’s Child – Bootylicious
11) Devo – Whip It
12) Duran Duran – The Wild Boys
13) Europe – The Final Countdown
14) Flo Rida – Right Round
15) George Thorogood – Bad To The Bone
16) Georgia Satellites – Keep Your Hands To Yourself
17)  Henry Mancini – Pink Panther Theme
18) Hot Chocolate – You Sexy Thing
19) Ini Kamoze – Here Comes The Hotstepper
20) Inner Circle – Bad Boys
21) Jake Paul – I’m Single

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AboutTanya McDonald
It goes without saying that being a marriage celebrant is an honour and a privilege. I have loved weddings and what they represent for as long as I can remember. Since becoming a celebrant I am able to fulfill my passion and at the same time treasure each opportunity I have to work with couples to help them bring their dreams and ideas into life through their ceremonies. I have been a fully authorised marriage celebrant since 2014 and I have helped couples enjoy thier journey to the altar since then. If you need a celebrant, I would love to discuss your ceremony with you.