Besides the decoration, the meal and the outfits, the music is essential in the success of a marriage. It is important to choose the perfect piece for entrance to the church and / or the town hall and during the ceremony. The icing on the cake is the opening dance music. Current Woman delivers you the best songs!
The essential slows for a romantic atmosphere
The advantage of slows is that there is something for everyone. Among the eternal songs, you can bet on Stevie Wonder's "You are the sunshine of my life" or "I just called to say I love you", "Stand by me" by Ben E. King, "The Hymn to Edith Piaf's "Love" and Elvis Presley's "Love Me Tender". For another style of declaration of love, theopening of ball can be done on the so romantic piece of Josh Groban "You raise me up". "Somewhere over the rainbow" by Iz, "At last" by Etta James, "What a wonderful world" by Louis Armstrong and "I'm kissing you" by Des'ree are also timeless ones that always provoke chills and emotion. For a first retro dance, you can also choose another Louis Armstrong song in duet with Ella Fitzgerald entitled "Cheek to Cheek", dancing it plays against cheek. Depending on your musical preferences, you can also put The Mamas & The Papas's "Dream a little dream of me", Al Green's "Let's Stay Together", "Moon River" or any other piece of Frank Sinatra. Some newer slows have also become unavoidable. In the latest musical hits, you can opt for Sam Smith's "Stay with me", Ellie Goulding's "Your Song" cover, Ed Sheeran's "Thinking out loud" and John Legend's "All of me" .
The ideal songs for budding or confirmed dancers
Romantic or not, some newlyweds want to make the show for their opening of prom wedding. They do not hesitate to train for months to make a memorable dance (waltz, rock, salsa, etc.) worthy of TF1's flagship program "Dance with the stars". They can choose to chain dances on a medley or focus on one piece. For an elegant and successful waltz, the most appropriate songs are "Amélie Poulain's Waltz" by Yann Tiersen, "Take me away" by Charles Aznavour, "The Waltz at 1,000 time" by Jacques Brel and "My Lover Saint-Jean "taken over by Patrick Bruel. For a wild salsa, you have to choose Latin music like "Suavemente" by Elvis Crespo or "Salsa" by Yuri Buenaventura. For a rock'n'roll swing, you have a choice between Maroon 5's "Sugar", The Beatles cult band "Got to get you into my life", Queen's "Crazy little thing called love" and "Nothing". else matters "from Metallica. The cult piece for choreography is the Dirty Dancing song "Time of my life" ... Just be careful!
Music for an atmosphere of madness
Many couples are increasingly opting for a song that immediately sets fire to the dance floor. The key words are unifying, lively and sparkling. Some songs are so rhythmic that they assure you an atmosphere of madness. It's a safe bet that even your grandma and aunt get up to dance. Do not miss out on Pharrell Williams' happy ode to happiness "to put all the guests in a good mood immediately. The most daring could concoct a flashmob with their witnesses. From songs who unleash the crowds, we also find "Crazy In Love" Beyoncé, "Love Never Felt So Good" by Michael Jackson and Justin Timberlake, "Bang Bang" Will.i.am, "Hey Ya!" Outkast. For a crazy ball opening, you can opt for the track "Standing in the Way of Control" Gossip Group. For a more languorous atmosphere, Barry White is always a success. It's up to you to go on "You're the First, the Last, My Everything" or "Let the Music Play".
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