Post # 1
So this sounds cheesy as hell lol but we are doing a small 15 person wedding so no dj or dancing, so after dinner were going to our normal Saturday night bar which has karaoke. I used to sing professionally so I’m not bad, I just wanna figure out a song to sing to him. Everyone keeps suggesting I will always love you but the meaning is completely innopropriate for a wedding song. Any suggestions are appreciated 🙂 Doesn’t matter what genre. Thanks ladies!!
Post # 3
Do you have a song that you both love to just have fun with?
For some reason I think if you did a super fun song that would throw everyone off since they are expecting a really sentimental one.
Think about your inside jokes, quirks, or something about him that you love and we can try to find songs that match it.
Post # 4
My cousin sang love you like a love song by Selena Gomez and it was so adorable!
Post # 5
@Camgurl16: You could sing Honestly Love You by Olivia Newton John, but that’s an oldie. Is there a particular time period you would want to sing from or a certain song that means something to you and your hubby?
I was going to sing “Let’s Get It On” to piss off his aunts and uncles, but I completely forgot at the dance. Darn it!
Post # 6
He likes older country but mainly hank or Waylon, so not really any singing choices for me there. He likes me singing powerful songs like bring me to life but again not weddiapp appropriate :-/ Right now we both love blurred lines but that is way out of grasp lol. We don’t really have any inside jokes as such, he’s kind of goofy though and thinks I’m a trip so maybe a goofy type of Song. Our wedding song is I won’t give up by Jason Mraz. Can’t think of anything else :-/
Post # 7
‘your song’ – elton john, but i heard a really nice acoustic cover by a female played at my friend’s wedding- sorry don’t know who it was
‘make you feel my love’ – adele version- my friend sung this at her wedding
‘not even a king’ – alicia keys – song makes me cry when i listen to it
‘just for you’ – M people
‘all you need is love” or soemthing else by beatles?