2018 Top Ten First Dance Songs

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2018 Top Ten First Dance Songs

2018 has been a wild ride of a year. We’re coming up on celebrating our 43rd year performing for couples across Texas. We’ve performed at [literally] thousands of events from Weddings, Corporate Events, Quinceaneras, Holiday Parties, and much more. But the type of event that remains dear to our hearts here at Cutting Edge Entertainment is, and I believe always will be, Weddings.

As a couple there you are with your pre wedding checklist, doing your best to figure out “How to Plan a Wedding”. Maybe you have a professional wedding planner. You’re looking for the right wedding venue, the right caterer, the right florist… Then you think to yourself, “Hey, what kind of music do we want to be played? What’s popular right now? Do we go with something new and fresh? Or should we throw it back to (insert whatever your definition of old school is)?” Well, you’re in luck. Here at our company, we keep an active playlist of every single song played at each of our events. Yes, every song.

Popular 2018 First Dance Songs

  • Perfect (Duet) by Ed Sheeran and Beyonce
  • You Make It Easy by Jason Aldean
  • All of Me by John Legend
  • A Thousand Years by Christina Perri
  • In Case You Didn’t Know by Brett Young
  • Die a Happy Man by Thomas Rhett
  • Yours (Wedding Version) by Russell Dickerson
  • From the Ground Up by Dan + Shay
  • Can’t Help Falling in Love With You by Haley Reinhart
  • I Cross My Heart by George Strait

Now hold on a moment. Before you comment that we *obviously* missed the best one… I did find some worthy standouts that deserve a nod.

Popular 2018 First Dance Songs — Honorable Mentions

  • Feet Don’t Touch the Ground by Stoney LaRue
  • Mirrors by Justin Timberlake
  • Marry Me by Thomas Rhett
  • With You I Am by Cody Johnson
  • Your Song by Ellie Goulding
  • God Gave Me You by Blake Shelton
  • She’s Like Texas by Josh Abbott Band

Confucius is quoted saying “Music produces a kind of pleasure which human nature cannot do without.” I believe that the music someone picks for their first dance as a married couple speaks volumes beyond what they can say individually. It’s one of the requested songs that we encourage the bride and groom to come up with on their own.  That dance is your moment, your declaration to the world. No one expects you to remember every song played at your wedding reception. But you will always remember what song you both chose together.

2018-12-13T21:52:34+00:00December 15th, 2018|