Which of these Irish wedding dances is your favorite?

It almost Valentine’s Day and we’re celebrating the very best of Irish romance with a look back at some of the best of Irish wedding dances. What could be more romantic than taking to the streets of Galway for your first dance or learning a whole routine to surprise your significant other at the reception?

Take a look at these top Irish dance wedding videos at let us know which is your favorite in the comments section, below.

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Bride and groom dance to a busker in Galway city

Ever seen a First Dance like this?!

Maryteresa Breeney & Stephen Treacy were married last Friday in Galway - what a party! While getting a few photos around Shop Street with their Photographer Deirdre Langan Photography, the chance to have a truly unique First Dance came up! Huge thanks to musician Macdara Ó Duibhir Music who played beautifully, and all the well-wishers we met while out in town! LoveStruckWeddings.com

Publiée par LoveStruck Films sur Dimanche 4 février 2018

ABBA flashmob in church

Lord of the Dance troupe give it socks

The Lord and Lady of the Dance!

Publiée par JP O Meara sur Dimanche 3 août 2014

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Amazing impromptu dance from wedding guest

Irish bride leads the end of night singsong

Rattling Bog wedding singsong

What better way to end a wedding than a 5am singsong! Check out more great IrishCentral music news here: http://irsh.us/2AkyAi8 Video via Clodagh McCarthy

Publiée par IrishCentral.com sur Lundi 11 décembre 2017

And of course, we can’t forget the Irish bride who broke her feet dancing to B*Witched’s C’est La Vie

there’s a woman in the A&E waiting room on crutches with both legs in casts. just heard her telling someone it was her wedding on saturday & she got a bit too overexcited irish dancing to c’est la vie. if you’re gonna have a reason to be in A&E, that should always be it.

— poopy 隆‍♀️ (@poppyoa) August 20, 2018

Which is your favorite? Let us know in the comments section, below.

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