Our Top Picks For Your "First Dance" Song

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While choosing a wedding song may seem like a no brainer to some couples it can be stressful for others. The logical idea would be to choose your song, the one that you and your fiancé declared was officially yours. Mainly because it reminds you of each other, played on the radio during your first car trip or even when you first kissed.

But, what if your first song is Blurred Lines? Better yet what if it's Too Close? Yes, we all remember that throwback! Not something you want to dance to in front of your grandma. Your first dance song should be something that reflects you as a couple, gives you chills or better yet makes you want to dance! We've complied a list of our favorites to give you a little bit of inspiration and help you choose the right one. Regardless of music taste we think we have one for every couple. So, get ready to make a play list and narrow it down to one.

All of Me: John Legend

Truly a beautiful song, which in fact is about John's wife Chrissy Teigen. Too Perfect!

 

Hold My Hand: Jess Glynn

For the couple that immediately wants to start dancing.

 

And I Love Her: The Beatles

"A love like ours, could never die".  All you have to do is type in "and I" in google search and the Beatles hit immediately pops up.  Now you tell me if that's a love song?

 

Gone, Gone, Gone: Philip Philips

This song beautifully depicts the love and trials and tribulations of marriage...in others words in good times and bad times, in sickness and health...

 

You are the Best Thing: Ray La montage

For the couple that enjoys French Roast Coffee, Woody Allen, and pondering the meaning of life.

 

Make You Feel My Love: Adele

It wouldn't be a complete playlist without an Adele song. "I could make you happy, make your dreams come true. Nothing that I wouldn't do.  Go to the ends of the Earth for you, to make you feel my love." I hope you have tissues near by...

 

Ain't Got You: Alicia Keys

Alicia says it best: "But everything means nothing If I ain't got you."

 

Thinking out Loud: Ed Sheeran

A popular choice amongst 2015 weddings, that is not only sweet but will get your guests to join in on dancing too!

 

You and Me: Dave Matthews Band

For the couple that spent their dating days kissing in the rain at a beloved Dave Matthews concert.

 

No One: Alicia Keys

Key's sings with such emotion you'll be sure to laugh, smile and cry!

 

Coffee (Clean version) Miguel:

For the couple that wants to bring a little heat to the dance floor. The hit was nominated for a Grammy for Best R&B song of the year.

 

XO: Beyoncé

For the bride that is a Queen Bey fan.

 

Wild Horses: Rolling Stones

For the boho couple.

 

Do you have any good ones to add to the list? Leave it in the comments below, Tweet us @go_bespoke or email lauren@gobespoke.co