Reversible logic has recently gained a remarkable interest due to its information lossless property, which minimizes power dissipation in the circuit. Furthermore, with their natural reversibility, quantum computations can profit from the advances in reversible logic synthesis, as the latter can be easily applied to map practical logic designs to quantum architectures. Although numerous algorithms have been proposed to synthesize reversible circuits with low cost, the increasing demands for scalable synthesis techniques represent a serious barrier in the synthesis process. Furthermore, the enhanced reliability of the synthesized circuits comes at the cost of redundancy in the quantum architecture of the gates composing that circuit, which increases the overall manufacturing cost for fault-tolerant circuits. Binary Decision Diagram (BDD) based synthesis has demonstrated great evidence in reversible logic synthesis, due to its scalability in synthesizing complex circuits within a reasonable time. However, the cost of the synthesized circuit is roughly correlated to its corresponding BDD size. In this paper, we propose a fast reversible circuit synthesis methodology driven by a BDD-reordering optimization engine implemented by recent meta-heuristic optimization algorithms. Experimental results show that Genetic Algorithm(GA) based reordering supported with Alternating Crossover (AX) and swap mutation outperforms others as it is the least destructive for low-cost BDDsduring the optimization recipe.