To help you out, we've compiled some classic first dance songs which leave room for a twist: a sure-fire hit but performed in a style which means that the sound is unique to you and your partner - it's one way of finding the perfect song with your own personal flavour!
You could stick to the original acoustic ambience of Ed Sheeran's hit track, but why not add the sound of an electric guitar for a slightly grittier feel? This is what singer Hobbie Stuart did, whose cover of the song has now gone viral online. Meanwhile, fellow singer Fiona Culley put a country twist on the song in another wildly popular video, singing the track with a discernible country twang.
And if country's not your thing either, Glee's popular version of the song has shown how pretty it can sound if you've chosen to hire a band which can perform acapella. Even without words it sounds lovely! Something proven by the success of string quartet versions of the hit song.
If you've hired a DJ, you could even ask them to mix Tiësto's dance remix of the song for a high-energy first dance! It would certainly be memorable.
But it's also another track which sounds glorious with no words at all - as shown by The Piano Guys' famous cello cover version of the song. On the other end of the spectrum, Weezer and Filter's performances of the song have also shown how it can work for a wedding (and couple) with something more of a rock vibe.
These classic choices are classics for a reason, but that doesn't mean you need to stick to the conventional ways of having them performed. We hope this list has inspired you with some alternative ways to spin these tracks, and that your first dance is everything you hoped it to be!