Are you currently creating your wedding playlist? Here’s a few movie favourites we recommend checking out. You never know, one of these gems might be your First Dance song!
‘All You Need Is Love’ – Love Actually
Performed by Lynden David Hall in the hit movie Love Actually, ‘All You Need Is Love’ is a must-have for all wedding playlists. Whether it’s the original 1967 Beatles track or one of its many famous covers, this ballad is sure to get guests in the loving mood.
‘So This Is Love’ – Cinderella
We can’t think of a more iconic love song than ‘So This Is Love’ featured on the 1950 version of Cinderella. If you use this song for your first dance, expect tears!
‘I Say A Little Prayer’ – My Best Friend’s Wedding
Who doesn’t love this playful cover of Aretha Franklin’s 1968 ‘I Say A Little Prayer’? It’s fun, memorable and a must-have for all wedding playlists. The Aretha Franklin original would feature great as a recessional song.
‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’ – 50 First Dates=
First released in 1990 by Israel Kamakawiwo’ole, ‘Somewhere Over The Rainbow’ is one of Fifty First Dates most memorable songs. This gorgeous tune is perfect to walk down the aisle to!
‘Tale As Old As Time’ – Beauty And The Beast
First recorded by actress Angela Lansbury for her role as Mrs. Potts in 1991 animated feature film Beauty and The Beast and later covered by Celine Dion and Peabo Bryson, ‘Tale As Old As Time’ is one of the mostly-used Disney songs in weddings. Forget about the characters ‘Beauty’ and the ‘Beast’ for a moment and focus on the lyrics. It’s a really beautiful song – make sure it’s on your playlist.
‘My Girl’ – Father of the Bride
Whether you use it for your Father-Daughter dance or your first dance, make sure you include The Temptations’ 1965 song ‘My Girl’ in your wedding. ‘
‘I’m Kissing You’ – Romeo And Juliet
‘Kissing You’ by British singer Des’ree set the scene for characters Romeo and Juliet’s first encounter in Baz Luhrmann’s hit 1996 movie. It’s a beautiful song, and it deserves to feature in your wedding. For your first dance, expect tears.