Wedding Dance Song Chart 2015
In 2015 hundreds of couples booked their wedding dance lessons with us, so our chart is a true reflection of real-life weddings. No download stats or opinions here, this is 100% wedding dance song reality, as danced to by actual couples who got hitched last year.
Top 10 Most Popular First Wedding Dance Songs of 2015
By far the most popular first dance song of 2015 (we are talking landslide victory) was Thinking Out Loud by nicest-man-in-music Ed Sheeran. The song has a rumba beat and most couples have asked for simple yet effective classic dance in hold, with plenty of dips and twirls. For the music video, Ed learnt and performed a beautiful contemporary ballroom duet and some of our couples have asked to be taught the exact dance, step for step. Initially Ed was surprised that his song was storming wedding dance floors, saying to Capital FM "Yeah. With the new one ['Thinking Out Loud'] I'm surprised by how many people are having that as their first dance" We're not surprised Ed, it's glorious, with all it's heart warming romance with amazing choreography.
Our 2015 chart sees last year's winner All Of Me by John Legend being pushed down a spot, as has Happy by Pharrell. How Long Will I Love You has risen up one place, having been 5th in 2014, with Ellie Goulding being the only artist to have two tracks in our Top 10, the other being Your Song, which she famously sang for Prince William and Kate's first wedding dance. Long standing first dance favourites Everything, At Last and Let's Stay Together have also remained very popular in 2015.