Somewhat frequently we will get the question of “What song should we play for our first dance?” Now there is no one correct answer we can give, but we have a few bits of advice to give.
The first question we always ask inquisitive couples is if there is any one song that means something special to their relationship. This could be the song you both coined as “Our song” back in the early stages of the relationship, or one that fits the story of how you got together. This is the first question we ask, though usually people who have something like this have already picked said song.
Next up we always tell of our more popular first dance songs. Here is our most popular first dance songs in order of most played from 2014;
All of Me by John Legend
I Don’t Dance by Lee Brice
Hey Pretty Girl by Kip Moore
Everything by Michael Buble
Make You Feel My Love by Adele
Keeper of the Stars by Tracy Byrd
Heaven by Bryan Adams
Forever Like That by Ben Rector
Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flatts
Crazy Love by Bob Dylan and Van Morrison
If none of those really work then we also tell of the songs that Studio Veil’s on staff have played at their own wedding for a first dance, or plan to have play at their future wedding.
Dance With Somebody by Ben Rector
Turning Pages by Sleeping At Last
When You Say Nothing At All by Alison Krauss
Marry Me by Train
How Long Will I Love You by Ellie Goulding
Usually at this point our couples have an idea of what they are looking for, or at least a solid foundation to work off of. In the end only one thing really matters, and this is that the dance, to whatever song chosen, is shared between two people bound by love.
April 8, 2015
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