“Single Ladies (Put A Ring on It)” by Beyoncé
Let’s get the obvious choice out the way. When Bey gave us this song back in 2008, it became thee go to song for bouquet tosses across the world. So for that very reason, it might be the song for you.
“I Like It” by Cardi B featuring Bad Bunny, J Balvin
This is a fun song that can keep the tempo of the reception if you stop the music to do the bouquet toss.
“What a Girl Wants” by Christina Aguilera
Select this song for the bride and friends that grew up in the era of millennial pop. This could be good for the quick bouquet toss too with smaller crowds.
“Independent” Webbie featuring Lil Boosie and Lil Phat
Webbie gave us a little empowerment bop when he came out with this one. By choosing this song could also be a way of recognizing your guests as accomplished, satisfied people that are single as an afterthought.
“Where My Girls At” by 702
If your single guests are girls and gworls, this could be a good little throwback for the moment.
“Move B****” by Ludacris
This is a song that embodies competition in the bouquet toss. Could be a good song to play if you imagine a large crowd participating in the game.
“Independent Women, Pt. 1” by Destiny’s Child
So this song works for those that like the energy of Webbie’s “Independent” while being a little softer, too. Start the song at the chorus and let everyone else sing aloud.
“Girlfight” by Brooke Valentine featuring Lil Jon and Big Boi
Similar to Luda’s “Move”, Brooke Valentine’s song provides an air of deep cut nostalgia to the bouquet toss.
“B.O.B. – Bombs Over Baghdad” by OutKast
This song is more about the energy of the music than the lyrics of the song. If you want a song that encourages chaos and urgency, this is the one for you.
Hopefully, one of these songs will satisfy the vibe and feeling of your wedding reception while also allowing you to incorporate the wedding tradition of the bouquet toss in your day. But, if you still need another idea, check out our Bouquet Toss playlist on Spotify.