1st Dance Wedding Songs
Looking for a special and distinctive song for your first dance as a married couple? You’ve come to the right place. We’ve combed through countless songs, spanning all genres and found some wonderful options for your big moment.
1. Ed Sheren – Tenerife Sea
A relatively new song by Ed Sheeran, it has such a sweet mood to it.
2. Blake Shelton – God Gave Me You
Blake Shelton wrote this beautiful song for his wife before their wedding, get your tissues ready for this one.
3. Frank Sinatra – The Way You Look Tonight
Frank Sinatra is the king of love songs and this choice is a classic.
4. Sara Bareilles – I Choose You
It’s difficult not to fall in love with this upbeat choice. Sara Bareilles does it again with this modern, feel-good love song.
5. Alexander Cardinale – Made For You
If you are looking for a fresh new song for your first dance as husband and wife, look no further. This up and coming artist and song is a keeper for our list.
6. Christina Perri – A Thousand Years
Christina Perri has a way with words and this song will ensure there isn’t a dry eye in sight as you and your spouse take your first dance.
7. Norah Jones – Come Away with Me
This slow song is great for a relaxing dance. The mellow tune is something you and your new spouse can float across the dance floor to.
8. Coldplay – A Sky Full of Stars
Although this song is more upbeat and alternative, the message is still the same; total devotion of love. Great for a couple who are looking to keep it casual. Plus the music video is too cute we couldn’t resist!
9. Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World
This song is short, sweet and a true classic. The well-known lyrics will have many of your guests singing along.
10. Michael Buble – Everything
Michael Buble is always a great addition with his beautiful lyrics and lovely voice.
11. Ingrid Michaelson – Can’t Help Falling in Love
For those who are looking for a different version of a familiar tune, this beautiful song does just that.
Tell us, which 1st dance wedding song is your favorite?
By: Dana Bates & Kirsten Werner