Best End of Ceremony Songs for Indian Weddings (Recessional)
One of the most overlooked moments when Indian wedding planning is once the wedding ceremony is over. Normally couples in traditional Indian weddings used to pose for 100 pictures in their mandap and then awkwardly bounce to go change for their reception.
However now couples from all cultures think about the best wedding recessional songs to play as this is basically how they walk down the aisle post marriage.
Usually we think about couples in Western weddings only walking down the aisle and into the decked out luxury car with the "Just married" decal but in modern Indian weddings music is also a new star of the show.
So what are the best End Of Indina Wedding Ceremony Songs? As of September 2019, they are:
Rather Be - Clean Bandit
Best Day Of My Life - American Authors
Afreen Afreen - Coke Studio
24K Magic - Bruno Mars
Kabira (Reprise/Encore) - Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
Home - Edward Sharpe
Nashe Si Chadh Gayi - Befikre
Tu Meri - Bang Bang - Bang Bang
Navrai Maajhi - English Vinglish
Beautiful Day - U2
Wedding Qawalli - Bombay Dreams
Mubarak Ho Tumko Ye Shaadi - Haan Maine Bhi Pyaar Kiya
Aaj Mera Jee Karda - Monsoon Wedding
Gal Mitthi Mitthi Bol - Aisha
Something Just Like This/Channa Mereya - Vidya Vox
And many more listed below! Check out each song and see why these might be perfect for you. A good recessional or end of wedding song will celebrate the new love that the couple is about to embark on and keep all the guests tapping their toes in anticipation for a bomb diggity reception!
Best Recessional or End of Ceremony Songs to Play After an Indian Wedding
1. Rather Be - Clean Bandit
That one song you never knew the name of but instantly recognize is also a great exit song after the shaadi!
2. Best Day Of My Life - American Authors
This title should be pretty self explanatory!
3. Afreen Afreen - Coke Studio
An instant classic that any fan of Coke Studio would recognize!
4. 24K Magic - Bruno Mars
5. Kabira (Reprise/Encore) - Yeh Jawaani Hai Deewani
A modern take on an emotional yet elegant goodbye for the bride. This can also be used during the Vidai.