This is one of the most important songs that is played on your wedding day. It is a song that will forever remind you of your first dance together as Husband and Wife.
Like some couples, this might be an easy choice for you both. You may already have “your song”, a song that has meaning to you, possibly from when you first met or got engaged. But for others, choosing the first dance might not be quite as easy.
When booking The Deltatones we will offer to play the First Dance as part of our wedding package. This means that if the song is not in our repertoire, we will happily learn it for you. Alternatively, you might prefer us to play the original recording on the disco, either way is fine by us.
For some couples, the first dance is that moment to perform all of those well rehearsed and choreographed dance moves. For others, this can be one of the most nerve-racking times of the day (especially for those with two left feet, speaking from my own personal experience)
If dancing alone to an audience of 200 people isn’t your idea of fun then we’re always on hand to help out. Of course, we won’t join you on the dance floor ourselves but, we will happily invite all of your guests to join you on the dancefloor. This is also a great way of ensuring that the dance floor is packed and ready to continue the party after the first dance.
To help you choose your first dance, we’ve put together a list of some of our favorite requests that we have been asked to learn by previous clients.
Here is a selection of songs that we have performed at weddings for the Bride & Groom’s First Dance.
Let it be me – The Everly Brothers
Earth Angel (will you be mine) – Great for Back to the Future fans – we’ll even throw in Johnny B Goode and The Power of Love for you.
My Girl – The Temptations
Amazed – Lonestar
The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face – The Stereophonics
Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
Heaven – Bryan Adams
Hello, I love you – The Doors
All You Need Is Love – The Beatle
Grow Old With You – Adam Sandle
Use Somebody – Kings Of Leon
Never Let Her Slip Away – Andrew Gold
One – U2
Something – The Beatles
Hallelujah – Rufus Wainwright
Chasing Cars – Snow Patrol
I Won’t Let You Go – James Morrison
If you don’t fancy any of the above, contact us here to discuss your choice and we’ll always be happy to learn for you.