Top-20 First Dance Wedding Songs in Canada

First Dance Wedding SongsThese songs have been compiled by wedding DJ’s across Canada. Bride and groom’s first dance usher the newlyweds to their first day as a couple. Though the tradition may trace its roots to the medieval times, the songs are a collection of different genres – a little slow could be a common ground (but of course).

To create some kind of thrill, we have reserved the top 10 last.

20. Come Away With Me – Norah Jones
19. Could I Have This Dance – Anne Murray
18. From This Moment – Shania Twain
17. I’m Yours – Jason Mraz
16. Let’s Stay Together – Al Green
15. Lost In This Moment – Big & Rich
14. She’s Everything – Brad Paisley
13. Someone Like You – Van Morrison
12. The Way I Am – Ingrid Michaelson
11. When You Say Nothing At All – Allison Kraus

And though the next 10 can be considered as most requested, these can be all mixed up. Put any song in the list on top and you’d still end up with a winner.

Presenting the top 10 in a jiffy.

10. Can’t Help Falling In Love – Elvis Presley.

Though sung decades ago by none other than the “King”, this song still do make a lot of brides cry.

9. You And Me –Lifehouse.

A most fitting title to a once-in-a-lifetime event.

8. Lucky – Jason Mraz
Count yourself lucky, now that you’ve end up together.

7. Everything – Michael Buble
Buble can definitely hit a home run with this song – straight to the heart.

6. Wonderful Tonight – Eric Clapton
Clapton could be at his finest in this song. Truly, this song brings the romance out on the table.

5. Amazed –Lonestar
This song speaks of love in a most intimate way.

4. Feels Like Home – Chantal Kreviazuk
“The Notebook” fans will sure find this song increasingly familiar.

3. Bless The Broken Road – Rascal Flatts
It’s not all bed of roses, but love surely get through.

2. Making Memories Of Us – Keith Urban
And who wouldn’t fall in love with this song in the background.

1. At Last – Etta James.
You might remember this as that Obama song, but this song deserves a standing ovation.
Truly, madly and yes deeply.

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