(Closed) What does your wedding playlist look like?

posted 6 years ago in 20 Something
Post # 3
90 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: March 2013

Exciting! Nice choices 🙂



‘Today’ (Smashing Pumpkins cover) by Vitamin String Quartet (henceforth VSQ)

‘Away from the Sun’ (3 Doors down Cover) by VSQ

‘I’m Yours’ (Jason Mraz cover) by VSQ

‘Black Hole Sun’ by VSQ

‘Stolen’ (Dashboard Confessionnal cover) by VSQ

‘New Moon: The Meadow’ by Alexander Desplat

‘Dreams’ (Fleetwood Mac) by VSQ


There are a few others but they’re all alternative string covers by VSQ 🙂


BM/Bride  Entrance:


‘Just the Way You Are’ (Bruno Mars Cover) by The Piano Guys


Exit/ Register:

‘A Thousand Years’ (Christina Perri cover) by The Piano Guys

‘Rolling in the Deep’ (Adele Cover) by The Piano Guys

‘Use Somebody’ (Kings of Leon cover) by VSQ

‘Hey Soul Sister’ (Train cover) by VSQ

‘Everlong’ (Foo Fighters Cover) by VSQ


First Dance:


‘Say You’ll Haunt Me’ by Stone Sour


Bouquet Throw:


‘Girls Girls Girls’ by Motley Crue


Garter Throw:

‘Danger Zone’ by Kenny Loggins (Groom’s choice but makes me laugh just thinking about it)

Post # 4
2363 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: September 2013 - B&B


Somewhere Over the Rainbow – Israel Kamakawiwo’ole

I’m Yours – Jason Mraz

Lucky – Jason Mraz/Colbie Caillat

I Do – Colbie Caillat

Hey Soul Sister – Train

 Processional/Bridal Entrance: 

Without You Here – GooGoo Dolls


Only You – Train’s version

Introductions to bridal party:

Not sure yet! Definitely something fun and upbeat though

First Dance:

Might be a mixup of Firehouse, Atreyu, and Second Hand Serenade! We aren’t positive yet but if we go with one I’m hoping for the Atreyu song. 

Mother son:



Maybe Tupelo Honey by Van Morrisson, maybe Ready, Set, Don’t Go by Miley and Billy Ray Cyrus… still searching but those are the two we’ve come up with so far!

Bouquet toss:

not doing one

Garter toss:

Not doing one

Cake cutting:

It Felt Good on my Lips – Tim McGraw

Last Dance:

One More Time – Daft Punk

We’re having a PRE-ceremony cocktail hour for our guests, in which we’ll be playing love songs from the 50’s and 60’s (most slow but some upbeat!) And then after the introductions and special dances, we’re kicking the dance party off right off the bat with dance songs from the 70’s! As the evening progresses we’ll go through the 80’s, and then get to the 90’s and today. We’ll also have some country playing throughout as well.


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