Top Wedding First Dance Songs for 2023

Looking for the perfect wedding first dance song for your big day? Don’t miss this epic list of modern hits, plus some old faithful classic song choices for your first dance.

It’s safe to say that this time with your spouse will rival your first look or the moment you say “I do.” The first dance as a married couple is a special one, so choosing the song that perfectly describes your feelings or relationship can really make the moment magical. We’ve put together a list of twenty wedding first dance songs released within the last few years that are absolutely lovely.

there’s just something so special and memorable about it.

Your first dance…

“I could stay here for a lifetime So lock the door And throw out the key Can’t fight this no more It’s just you and me And there’s nothing I, nothing I, I can do I’m stuck with you, stuck with you, stuck with you”

Stuck With U by Ariana Grande and Justin Bieber

“I will never try to change you I will always want the same you Swear on everything I pray to That I won’t break your heart”

Conversations in the Dark by John Legend

Not planning on having a dance floor at your wedding?  You can still have a first dance! Even if it means swaying in the middle of your tiny venue or in the wide-open of a national park, please consider a first dance. It’s a moment that can never be replicated.

“See you standing in your dress Swear in front of all our friends There’ll never be another I promise that I’ll love you for the rest of my life”

Black And White by Niall Horan

“When the world’s getting hard I will go to wherever you are Running blind in the dark I will go to wherever you are”

Wherever You Are by Kodaline

“When there ain’t a crack in the foundation Baby, I know any storm we’re facing Will blow right over while we stay put The house don’t fall when the bones are good”

The Bones by Maren Morris (with Hozier)

Some things to consider when choosing your wedding first dance song:

– Choose something that means something to you as a couple. – Consider your audience. – Be mindful of the length of the song.