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Let’s Dance…

bride and groom dancing at Judges Kirklvington wedding reception

you’ve got to dance like nobody is watching, love like you’ll never be hurt, sing like there’s nobody listening and live like it’s heaven on earth…

– William W Purkey

 

The first dance for a bride and groom, (as the guests of honour) is to open the evening’s dancing.  The style of dance is the personal choice of the happy couple, from the Teesside two step (rocking but not rolling), to a choreographed jig of twists and lifts.  A little tip I will share with you, if the idea of dancing with your partner while all your friends and family look at you fills you with dread, then why not dance to a verse and chorus and then ask the band or DJ to invite everyone up to join you on the floor.  black and white image of the bride and groom dancing in dried ice at Newton Hall bride and groom dancing at Judges Kirklvington wedding receptionTop Ten 1st Dance Songs of 2017 by Spotify

Thinking Out Loud – Ed Sheeran

At Last – Etta James

You Are The Best Thing – Ray LaMontagne

All Of Me – John Legend

A Thousand Years – Christina Perri

Make You Feel My Love – Adele

I Won’t Give Up – Jason Mraz

Everything – Michael Buble

Better Together – Jack Johnson

Amazed – Lonestar

Real People Happy To Share Their 1st Dance Tune

Can You Feel The Love Tonight – Ellie Young Gisborough Hall 14 years ago. It wasn’t a special song to us, until that evening

Fly Me To The Moon – Emma Stanway Wynyard Hall I love Frank and my husband writes for the Boro fanzine, Fly Me To The Moon

There Is A Light That Never Goes Out – Wayne & Jennie Connelly Lartington Hall (a fave of mine – Gary)

Ma Na Ma Na (from the Muppets) – Caroline Henwood  Angrove Park (for Henry & Olive) Henry does a little dance to this when it comes on the radio and he joined us for our first dance

At Last – Kate Sparrow Rust Lartington Hall the words described us meeting up perfectly

Something Changed – Al Porch Grinkle Park the chance of being somewhere, by chance at the same time and you may have never met

All Of Me – Kelly Mennear Middleton Lodge the words mean so much

 

 

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