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Trending Wedding Dance Songs 2014

Are you getting married and starting to think about your first dance? Traditionally wedding dance styles include Rumba, Night Club 2 Step, Foxtrot, Waltz, and Salsa. There are a variety of wedding dance songs, but how come you can’t think of one or find the one that’s right for you? Now you only have 3 weeks left. What if it’s to fast or too slow? Our list of Wedding Dance Songs in 2014 continues to grow. We thought we would update our list and show you what’s trending and what we think. If you are in a last-minute panic, take a deep breath and give us a call. We encourage you to ask yourselves a few questions? There is no right or wrong answer just a preference. Would you like to choose a song that holds sentimental value or reminds you of a very special memory in your relationship? Are you leaning towards a classic that everyone knows on your guest list? Are you tired of watching the prom shuffle and you want something vibrant and energetic? Are you a couple that hates being in front of the crowd and would prefer something low-key? Are you a secret performer who wants to go out and knock their socks off? Are you tired of making decisions at this point and just want someone else to choose. We always ask a lot of questions, so we can fulfill the needs of our clients and make sure we are giving them what they need, but also what they can handle.

Trending in 2014 – Wedding Dance Songs

  1. John Legend – All of Me
  2. Frank Sinatra – The Way You Look Tonight
  3. Ray LaMontagne – You Are The Best Thing
  4. That’s How Strong My Love Is – Otis Redding
  5. Lovesong – Orleya or Adele
  6. Stay With Me – Sam Smith
  7. Wanted – Hunter Hayes
  8. You Are – Charlie Wilson
  9. The Way You Make Me Feel – Michael Jackson
  10. Latch – Sam Smith
  11. Signed, Sealed, Delivered – Stevie Wonder
  12. Save the Last Dance For Me – Michael Buble
  13. One – U2
  14. Open Arms – Journey
  15. In Your Eyes- Peter Gabriel
  16. Follow You Follow Me – Genesis
  17. Can’t Take My Eyes Off You – Frankie Vali
  18. Beyond The Sea – Bobby Darin
  19. The Best is Yet to Come – Frank Sinatra
  20. You’re My Baby – Robin Thicke
  21. Ribbon in The Sky – Stevie Wonder
  22. Unchained Melody – The Righteous Brothers
  23. Ho Hey – The Lumineers
  24. I’ve Got Dreams to Remember – Otis Reading
  25. Broken Road – Rascal Flats
  26. Magic – Cold Play
  27. Isn’t She Lovely – Stevie Wonder
  28. Tu Amor me Hace Bien – Marc Anthony
  29. Overjoyed – Stevie Wonder
  30. The Power of Now – Olivia Newton-John

If you are still unsure after reviewing resources and lists of songs, don’t be afraid to choose a few songs and let your wedding dance specialist help you. They can show you multiple dance styles and help guide you towards the best song that fits your skill level. Just remember when you are having a live band, the tempo of the song should remain consistent to the tempo you’ve practiced. Its our belief that cutting music is a waste of time and can backfire if you miss your queue. Choose a spot in your song with a familiar verse, instrument, or word and start to finish with your dip. Once you have finished with your dip, have the DJ start to fade out the music by slowly turning the volume down.

We hope this list of songs are helpful in your wedding dance journey. For more information about ballroom dance lessons, wedding dance lessons, salsa dance, or swing dance please contact us at info@windycityweddingdance.com or check out our website http://www.windycityweddingdance.com

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