25 First Dance Songs For Your Wedding
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25 First Dance Songs That Your Guests Will Remember Long After The Reception

Or, ya know...songs to listen to when you're feeling sappy.

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25 First Dance Songs That Your Guests Will Remember Long After The Reception
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Obviously, I'm not quite there yet, but I'd be lying if I said I hadn't thought about what would be the song for my first dance. We all would be!

For some, it's kind of hard to hear an uber-romantic song and not instantly hear wedding bells in your future, and that's okay!

After looking at the list I have in the notes section on my phone (don't lie, I know you have one too) as well as my current playlist, I chose my top 25 favorite love songs that would be perfect for any upcoming nuptials!

Perfect, Ed Sheeran

Watch the video here.

Eyes On You, Chase Rice

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Lights Down Low, MAX

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Yours, Russell Dickerson

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Say You Won't Let Go, James Arthur

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Make It Sweet, Old Dominion

Watch the video here.

You and Me, Lifehouse

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Thinking Out Loud, Ed Sheeran

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I'm Yours, Jason Mraz

Watch the video here.

Mirrors, Justin Timberlake

See the video here.

I Don't Dance, Lee Brice

Watch the video here.

God Gave Me You, Blake Shelton

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Speechless, Dan + Shay

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Die A Happy Man, Thomas Rhett

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Marry Me, Train

See it here.

Ho Hey, The Lumineers

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Greatest Love Story, LANCO

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I Won't Give Up, Jason Mraz

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All of Me, John Legend

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Latch (Acoustic), Sam Smith

Watch the video here.

Better, Khalid

Find the video here.

In Case You Didn't Know, Brett Young

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Wanted, Hunter Hayes

Find it here.

I Like Me Better, LAUV

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A Thousand Years, Christina Perri

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