DJ Services | Dancing | Family Entertainment

You guys are awesome! Look at how many people are dancing!

Rina (comment during our introductory Swing Dance Lesson at her wedding reception)

First Dance Wedding Songs

first dance wedding songs

First Dance Wedding songs are important to choose. It's you and your new spouse in the spotlight, on the dance floor with all eyes watching. Here are a few music suggestions.

  • I Hope You Dance - Lee Ann Womack
  • A Kiss To Build A Dream On - Louis Armstrong
  • At Last - Etta James
  • Come Away With Me - Norah Jones (waltz)
  • Could I Have This Dance - Anne Murray (waltz)
  • Have I Told You Lately - Van Morrison
  • Let's Stay Together - Al Green
  • Sweet Love - Anita Baker
  • The Best Is Yet To Come - Tony Bennett
  • The First Time Ever I Saw Your Face - Roberta Flack
  • What a Wonderful World - Louis Armstrong
  • When I Fall In Love - Natalie Cole
  • When You Say You Love Me - Josh Groban

For other social dance music, please visit these specific sections on our website.

About Resilient Spirit

Seattle DJ Dance Party

Resilient Spirit provides professional DJ services for a range of special events including, but not limited to, weddings, anniversary parties, church and corporate functions. Offering an introductory dance lesson as part of your event encourages guest participation and makes your event stand out from the rest. We specialize in events with dancing. In order to dance with confidence, we offer Private Lessons and Group Classes.

Party Dancing is one of the best ways to get people out on the dance floor. People of all ages are able to enjoy Party Dancing. One of the best features of Party Dancing is that you do not need a partner!

Partner Dancing creates the opportunity to share and feel the mood of the music with another person on the dance floor. It's a lot of fun and can be surprisingly therapeutic! Our beginning dance classes require no previous dance experience and no partner is necessary. All of our classes emphasize building a solid foundation from which creativity, improvisation and individual style can grow and flourish.

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