Looking for inspiration to make your first dance memorable? With the magic of the internet, we can look at literally thousands of wedding videos from around the world. Of course, the internet being what it is, some of these wedding dance videos have become extremely popular and have been shared around the world.
If you’re stumped on how to execute your own first dance, take a gander at these viral wedding dance videos for a glimpse at what everybody loves to see out of first wedding dances:
The Dirty Dancing. Of course, “Time of My Life” is probably a popular choice for a lot of first dances, but this couple actually did the dance from the movie right down to a T, including the part where Johnny lifts Baby over his head.
The JK Wedding Entrance Dance. This one went so viral that the hit show The Office paid homage to it. It features the entire wedding party dancing down the aisle to Forever by Chris Brown. Its popularity shows that millions of people agree that a fresh approach to the aisle is always welcome!
The Best Mother Son Dance Video Ever. Unique dances don’t have to be the province of the bride and groom! This fun take on the mother-son dance clearly makes the crowd go wild, and will be remembered for years to come.
The Best Wedding Speech Ever. Want to add some pizzazz to your wedding toast? Why not jazz it up with some professional dancers and a choreographed dance routine? This bride surely won’t forget this toast!
A “Crazy” First Dance. First dances also don’t need to be solo! This first dance for a couple is tightly choreographed and involves the entire wedding party.
A Breakout First Dance. This dance starts off slow, but breaks out into a fun and zany couple dance. Well choreographed and entertaining, this one certainly didn’t bore the watchers!
A Swing of a Dance. Set to a classic big band theme, this couple pulls off a more “traditional” swing dance routine that is entertaining, fast-paced, and yet classic.
The Thriller. Hey, you can’t go wrong with classic MJ. This is a fun way to include the wedding party in a dance that doesn’t leave all eyes on you and is set to something family-friendly and easily recognizable.
The Multiple Song Procession. This one is similar to the JK wedding entrance dance, but instead of the whole procession dancing to the same song, each member has his or her own!
10th Wedding Anniversary Dance. This isn’t exactly a wedding dance, but it’s an anniversary one! This couple makes it their own with a lively routine, and as a bonus… they have their kids join in!
There are plenty of different ways to make your wedding dance (or your wedding toast, or your mother/son or father/daughter dance) your own, and truly make your nuptials something that the guests will remember forever! Remember – it’s your day, and your dance should reflect your personality and individual style.
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