Her eyes exude light and her smile infects those who watch, as the man who holds her glides around the room misty with love. It is evident that these two not only belong in each others arms, but their bodies seem to move as if they are the same. It is the desire of human nature to find this perfect balance in relationship to another and they've found it.
Isn't this how we all want a writer to describe our first dance together with our bride or groom? The fairy tale begins when they meet, get married, they dance and live happily ever after. It's only the dance that needs practice!
From the moment of engagement, everything is meticulously planned – the flowers, venue, seating arrangements, even the guest book – but somehow the first dance is often forgotten until the last minute. By contrast, it is the reception that those who attend remember the most.
The great part is that with enough time, the dance can be as simple and natural or as fun and innovative as you want it to be. There is no limit to how amazing of an impression your wedding dance can have on your guests, and your life together. It’s the one thing from your wedding that will pay you dividends the rest of your life: it's a hobby together, a built-in date night and an excuse for public displays of affection. It can also make lasting memories leading up to the wedding for you, your friends and family!
Whether you are a bride and groom, two grooms, two brides, family of the betrothed or the wedding party, don't forget to plan your dance! It will last a lifetime (not just one day) of enjoyment and memories.
Stay With Me- Sam Smith
Never My Love - The Association
You Are the Sunshine of My Life - Stevie Wonder
It Had to Be You - Frank Sinatra
At Last - Etta James
That's Where It's At - Sam Cooke
Make You Feel My Love - Adele
All of Me - John Legend
Thinking Out Loud- Ed Sheeran
Everything - Michael Buble
When You Say Nothing At All - Allison Krauss
The Luckiest - Ben Folds
Lucky - Jason Mraz
Amazed - Lonestar
Let's Stay Together - Al Green
Unforgettable - Nat King Cole
You Are So Beautiful - Joe Cocker
Marry You- Bruno Mars
That's How Strong My Love Is - Otis Redding
What a Wonderful World - Israel Kamakawiwo'ole
Crazy Love - Van Morrison
Like I'm Going to Lose- Meghan Trainor with John Legend
God Only Knows - Beach Boys
Steady As We Go - Dave Matthews Band