Weddings are a celebration of love and a future of a happy life together. Nothing encompasses the love of a newlywed couple like the choice of their first dance song. If you’re having trouble picking your song or need a little bit of inspiration, here are the top 50 Wedding First Dance Songs of 2014.
Top 50 Wedding First Dance Songs of 2014
1. Jason Mraz – I Won’t Give Up
2. John Legend – All Of Me
3. Etta James – At Last
4. Christina Perri – A Thousand Years
5. Hunter Hayes – Wanted
6. Brad Paisley – Then
7. Ray Lamontagne – You Are The Best Thing
8. Blake Shelton – God Gave Me You
9. Lonestar – Amazed
10. Tim Mcgraw – My Best Friend
11. Elvis Presley – Can’t Help Falling In Love
12. Rascal Flatts – Bless The Broken Road
13. Adele – Make You Feel My Love
14. Michael Buble – Everything
15. Kip Moore – Hey Pretty Girl
16. Train – Marry Me
17. Eric Clapton – Wonderful Tonight
18. Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat – Lucky
19. Kenny Chesney – Me And You
20. Tim Mcgraw With Faith Hill – It’s Your Love
21. George Strait – I Cross My Heart
22. Black Eyed Peas – I Gotta Feeling
23. George Strait – Give It All We Got
24. Aerosmith – I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
25. King, Ben E. – Stand By Me
26. Dave Matthews Band – You And Me
27. Michael – Close Your Eyes
28. Frank Sinatra – The Way You Look Tonight
29. Bryan Adams – (Everything I Do) I Do It For You
30. Righteous Brothers – Unchained Melody
31. Jack Johnson – Better Together
32. Keith Urban – Making Memories Of Us
33. Bright Eyes – First Day Of My Life
34. Al Green – Let’s Stay Together
35. Brad Paisley – She’s Everything
36. Lumineers – Ho Hey
37. Van Morrison – Into The Mystic
38. Louis Armstrong – What A Wonderful World
39. Eli Young Band – Crazy Girl
40. David Gray – This Years Love
41. Dustin Lynch – Cowboys And Angels
42. Norah – Come Away With Me
43. Van Morrison – Someone Like You
44. Frank Sinatra – Fly Me To The Moon
45. Michael Bulb – Hold On
46. Journey – Faithfully
47. Alison Krauss – When You Say Nothing At All
48. Ingrid Michaelson – The Way I Am
49. Zac Brown Band – Whatever It Is
50. Elton John – Your Song
The Snowball Dance
The Snowball Dance is a great way to get wedding guests moving to the dance floor. An up-tempo song is played as the the wedding party is called to the dance floor. The bridal party begins dancing. When the music stops, the female members of the bridal party go to the seated guests and bring back another male partner. The males of the bridal party do the same and bring back a female partner. The fun continues until every able body dancer is on the dance floor!
You can also start the Snowball Dance by calling one couple from each table to the dance floor to join the bridal party.
Congratulations On Your Engagement
Choose the Party Pro’s for one of the most important days of your life your wedding reception. The Party Pro’s Disc Jockey Service will help make your wedding dreams a reality by providing your guests with the best entertainment.
When it comes to the music for your big day we’ll work closely with you to organize your music preferences prior to your event and provide any assistance when deciding on those special songs like the first dance, the signing of the register and the song you’ll walk down the aisle to. With music from the 50’s to today’s Top 40, we have an extensive music selection to cater to people of all ages.
Finding and booking the right disc jockey for your wedding reception is a very important decision and should be made very carefully. Hire the wrong one and it can ruin your whole day! A bad DJ can actually turn your reception into a nightmare, please be very careful who you hire to work one of the most important days of your life.
You will usually find quite a few DJs in your area to choose from, and they will range in experience from casual guys that moonlight and do it on the side to professional wedding and corporate DJ companies and DJ’s that can come equipped with their own professional sound and lighting show.
Prices for DJs
Prices can usually range from $400 to $3,000 when booking a DJ, the average being around $1,200 for a professional and depending on who and what you include. There’s various things to think about that help make up your cost e.g. lighting and what type of lighting you’re after, duration DJ booked for, Reception music only or cocktail music during photos/dinner or sound for the whole day including the Ceremony…plus there’s travel costs or possibly accommodation…make sure you ask these questions or submit the information when asking or filling out a quote form.
Professional DJs and Experience Counts
The bottom line in deciding on your DJ, and the single most determining factor, should be experience, experience, experience. You should always hire the DJ with the most experience – specifically wedding reception experience – that you can find.
There is a flow to wedding receptions and a professional, experienced wedding DJ that has done many receptions is familiar with how receptions proceed, the traditions, and how to emcee and keep your reception moving along and keep your guests happy and dancing. There is also nobody that can save your reception faster when something goes wrong, food gets delayed, or other things happen, than a really experienced wedding reception DJ. Most of the time your guests will never know of a problem as the DJ has kept them entertained while the problem was fixed.
If you are using a DJ company, a good idea is to always insist on hiring the owner of the company. The owner will probably cost more to hire but they will almost always have more experience and it is usually well worth the extra money. You can specify this in your contract with no substitutions allowed so they can’t switch at the last minute.