Post # 1
Hi ladies 🙂
My fiancee and I are having an impossible time finding a first dance song that we both like. We agreed we didn’t want it to be something that everyone else does – we want unique, modern, different.
What are some of you dancing to for your first dance??
Post # 3
This was a tough one for me and my FH as well. I know that a lot of couples have a ‘song,’ we don’t LOL – – Our fist dance song is by John Legend and its called Stay With You. Another song we almost did was Joshua Radin, Only You. And then there is the adorable Tje Austin, Sunshine.
Good Luck – have fun and don’t worry once you hear the perfect song you’ll know its right!
Post # 4
@lizallison: My first dance song is (You knocked me) Off My Feet by Sondre Lerche i love it… its kinna long but its great.
Post # 5
I let my husband pick our first dance song. I wanted somthing fun & upbeat (Brown Eyed Girl to be exact,) but he wanted slow and romantic. Since I had picked everything else out for the wedding, he really wanted to have his pick & I agreed this this decision would be 100% his 🙂
He choose “Someone Like You” by Van Morrison (which is one of my fav songs ever) and it was so sweet when he told me why he picked the song and how the words were so “us.”
Post # 6
oh my gosh! We are also having this problem! We both want something different, upbeat, but still sweet. We are thinking about All I Want Is You by Barry Polisar or You Are The Best Thing by Ray LaMontagne. But are no where near deciding for sure…
Post # 7
ugh, we are also having this problem! the only things we can come up with are celine dion, bryan adams and shania twain, all over done. My fiance doesnt like the “modern” stuff. This has become the most stressful decision yet!!
Post # 8
It wasn’t too much of aproblem for us. We picked the style/genre (Swing, preferably Big Band era, though we allowed some decent newer stuffy), looked up songs that we ahd that were in that style that were wedding-y, compared the list to the band we are hiring, and then listened to each and decided how we felt about dancing to each.