Wedding Trailer Song Selections

Wedding trailers are revolutionizing wedding cinematography. They're essentially a highlight reel of moments from your wedding day edited to a song or two of your choosing. Captured by skillful cinematographers, the video quality is high definition and creative; featuring new perspectives, style, and movement only attainable with industry-leading camera equipment.

When complete, a wedding trailer should make you laugh and make you cry as you relive everything from the little details to the big ticket moments all in a matter of minutes. Gone are the days of sitting down at the TV and fast forwarding to the good parts. Wedding trailers are comprised of the good parts! They're sharable, downloadable, and by far one of the BEST things to happen to the wedding industry.

Since a huge part of creating a wedding trailer relies on the musical selections, we thought we'd start a playlist on Spotify exclusively for wedding trailer picks! Check them out and comment below if you have an idea for a great wedding trailer song! 

P.S. check out some Silverfox Cinematography trailers for even more wedspiration! 

"You're Everything"

Michael Bublé has the smooth voice and lyrical ingenuity to reduce us to a puddle. Although "Everything" was released back in 2007, the sweet words and sway-worthy melody is definitely worth a revival. Highlighted below is the chorus and if your click through, you'll be able to watch the full music video and listen to each precious and relatable lyric. We suggest you do and consider "Everything" as a pick for your first dance as husband and wife! 

Why you should forget everything you learned in dance lessons

Your first dance as husband and wife is something you've fantasized about. It's that kind of experience where time stops and the world around you disappears. All eyes are on you, but all you see is your best friend and new life partner holding you close. You try not to cry, but let's be honest here, you're probably going to get a little misty. 

For these reasons, you should forget everything you learned in dance lessons. 

To be clear, this doesn't mean that you and your future spouse shouldn't attend dance lessons. Dance lessons are awesome. That might sound confusing. We'll back it up a bit. Your number one priority should be to feel comfortable on the dance floor. If either of you has two left feet, a few dance lessons under your belts well help you understand what it feels like to dance as a duo. In fact, we really do recommend that you sign up for a few sessions, because slow dancing with one another takes a different form of confidence than doing the Cha Cha Slide. 

So then why should you forget the steps? It's simple- your time out there on the dance floor is precious. You likely agonized over your wedding song, so why drown out the melody and lyrics with "and one, two, three, one, two, three, back, center, right, center" ringing through your head?! Not to mention that you're probably going to step on each other's toes, anyway.

So instead of taking dance lessons too seriously, look at them as an opportunity to gain some confidence with your partner on the dance floor and a break from the stress of wedding planning. When it comes to the first dance, just sway to the rhythm of love (song reference to the Plain White T's, anyone?). Maybe you'll impress your guests with a spin or two, but most importantly, you'll be in the moment.