The First DanceFor some couples, the easiest part of planning a wedding is choosing a song for the first dance but for most, choosing that one special song can feel like a daunting task. They feel a lot of pressure to have the right song that represents their love. If you’re having trouble choosing the right tunes, a few popular songs played during the first dance are Shania Twain’s "From this Moment" , "At Last" by Etta James and Frank Sinatra’s "The Way you Look Tonight" and of course there’s always "Hold on" by Wilson Phillips .
Shout! - The Isley BrothersThis classic hit has been playing at weddings for years. The Isley Brothers really gave us all something to shout about and brides and grooms everywhere are hearing our calls. You know you’re having fun when at a wedding reception when you’re joining the bride and groom kicking your heels and shouting a little bit louder now. For a bride and groom looking for hit songs to play at their wedding, Shout should definitely be included in their list. Don’t forget to say you will!
Pour Some Sugar On Me - Def LeppardDef Leppard really sets the reception house on fire with their 80’s classic "Pour some sugar on me."
For those nostalgic for big hair and tight leather pants, this 80’s cheesy rock anthem is a smash during peak dance hours of a wedding. Pour some sugar on that wedding!
I Gotta Feeling - The Black Eyed PeasThis song may not be a long withstanding classic like "Shout", but it's sure to be on wedding playlists
for ages! Nothing will make you want to "fill up your cup and yell MAZEL TOV!" like Fergie and
Will.i.am's great beats - so don't try and pretend you don't love this song. Just get up and dance!
Pokerface - Lady GagaEven with your best poker face, you won't be able to hide your excitement when you hear this song
blare out of the loudspeakers at the reception. Love her or hate her, there is no denying that Lady
Gaga can write a mean dance track that will get everyone else out on the dance floor in no time.
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