Soundtrack Your Wedding

If music be the food of love, play on! – William Shakespeare, Twelfth Night

The Bard sure nailed it when he talked about the importance of music in the world of romance. Thinking of your relationship with your sweetie bun, I’m sure a number of songs spring to mind – be it the song that was playing when you first met, first kissed or when he proposed.

Here’s a fun idea for your wedding – create your own wedding soundtrack! Make a playlist of all the songs that hold special meaning for you, burn them onto cd’s and package up in a sweet little sleeve. A very personal thank you gift that guests will actually use and enjoy. An eclectic mix introduces guests to some new tunes they might not have ever heard before (how fun is that!). It’s also a glimpse into your world as a couple – what a gift to share with your closest friends and family.

A recent couple did this and the selection of tunes was incredibly diverse, reflecting their Indian heritage, love of Rumba Flamenco guitar,  their home in the Big Apple and the host country of their destination wedding. Check it out…

Costa Rica – Vince Vaccaro

First Day of My Life – Bright Eyes

Young Folks – Peter Bjorn

Just Like Heaven – The Cure

Stay By My Side – Mishka

Hey There Delilah – Plain White T’s

Jai Ho – A.R. Rahman

Rebellion – Arcade Fire

Say Hey – Michael Franti & Spearhead

Such Great Heights – The Postal Service

The Way I Am – Ingrid Michaelson

Stereo Love – Edward Maya & Vika Jigulina

Un Amor – Gypsy Kings

Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Israel Kamakawio’ole

Rambari – Lahiru Perera

Don’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough – Michael Jackson

Empire State of Mind – Jay- Z

What would your relationship soundtrack sound like?

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