Choosing first dance songs is a great way to have some fun and get intimate with your new spouse on your wedding day.
If you’re a film fan why not choose a favourite big screen when planning your big day dance – read on and show your guests how you’re not making it up on the spot…
Everything I do (I do it for you)
Bryan Adams – Robin Hood Prince Of Thieves
I will always love you
Whitney Houston – The Bodyguard
I don’t wanna miss a thing
Aerosmith – Armageddon
Take my breath away
Berlin – Top Gun
Love is all around
Wet Wet Wet – Four Weddings and a Funeral
Goo Goo Dolls – City Of Angels
We have all the time in the world
Louis Armstrong – James Bond
Nothing at all
Ronan Keating – Notting Hill
Time of my life
Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes – Dirty Dancing
Rule the world
Take That – Stardust
Sixpence None The Richer – She’s All That
The Righteous Brothers – Ghost
4 Top tips for finding the perfect first dance songs
Dancing in front of everyone you know is nerve-wracking enough, but it’s even worse with two left feet! Get to grips with your hips with a dance class!
Share the love
If you’ve had enough of being centre stage, get your family to share your first dance with you.
Ditch the heels
You’ve been walking on stilts all day without falling over and now is not the time! Get your mitts on some back-up flats!
Your day, your way!
If all else fails, just don’t do it! It’s your day, your rules – who would dare question the bride?!
If your still uncertain about the song for you, read How our real brides and grooms chose their first dance song!