I can see you dancing with your spouse during your first dance with a song that express all your love! An iconic moment of almost every wedding is the first dance of married life for the bride and groom.

Choosing a first dance wedding song seems one of the easiest decisions. Then, couples understand how many options are out there, the pressure can start to mount. Your first dance as husband and wife is a chance to define your relationship and invite your loved ones to share in your wedding day.

It can take months to find the perfect first dance song.

Your first dance song will be the one that you define as “yours” for the rest of your lives together.

But no panic! We can help you with this practical guide.

Maybe you’re a low key couple in search of a simple slow dance. Or would you rather go classic rock?

Whether you have a band or DJ, they should be able to provide you with a close proximity to the song you request.

1. Find A Common Musical Interest

However you have decided to share the planning for your big day, choosing your first dance song is definitely something to do together. Sometimes,
opposites really do attract, so it’s possible that you and your fiancé don’t share the same taste in music. You both need to love the song and
be happy dancing to it, so take some time to listen and make a shortlist of what works best for both of you.

2. Make it personal

Many brides and grooms think that their first dance song needs to be romantic and emotional.
Some couples buck the trend and prefer to choose a first dance song that is personal to their relationship.
Finding a set of lyrics that tell your story is the difference between a sweet love song and your song.

3. Can you dance to it?

You don’t need to hire a choreographer or ballroom dance instructor, but you do need to make sure you feel comfortable
dancing to your first dance song.
If you are not a good dancer choose a slower song. You can easily
be excused for shuffling along with your husband in newly
wedded bliss.

4. Be Unconventional

Classic songs that are used for weddings time and time again may
seem clichéd choices. This is a great opportunity to express yourself and your relationship with the love of your life.
Think different!
Deciding whether to go the traditional or funky route all depends on what you feel connected to as a couple.
At the end you can ask all of the other guests to join you at the end of the dance to make it more fun. Keep in mind that if you and your hubby have a personal connection to a particular song, your guests will feel the love that you radiate on the dance floor, even if it’s not a “typical” first dance song.

5. Send your DJ a copy

You’d be surprised how many DJs only have one copy of a song, be it the original, a newer cover or a remix.
Make sure your DJ have he edition you want, so make sure you send your DJ a copy of the exact version of the song you want to share your first dance.

Our first Dance Song List

And now our first dance song for each couple

The Traditionalists

“Unforgettable” by Nat King ColeCouple #2:

The Jesters

“Let’s Call the Whole Thing Off” by Ella Fitzgerald and Louis Armstrong

The Hipsters

“Truly, Madly, Deeply” by Savage Garden

The Hopeless Romantics

“You’re All I Need to Get By” by Marvin Gaye and Tammi Terrell

The Rebels

“You’ve Got to Hide Your Love Away” by The Beatles

The lovebirds

“Can’t Take My Eyes Off of You” by Lauryn Hill

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