Apr 242013
 

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Apr 172013
 

Bride and Groom First Dance

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Here are the Top 50 Bride and Groom First Dance songs as of April 2013. This list is compiled from weddings across the USA and is updated every month and can be found in our Online Music Database.

What are you dancing to for your First Dance?

If you’re already married, what was your First Dance song?

# ARTIST SONG
1 Mraz, Jason I Won’t Give Up
2 James, Etta At Last
3 Paisley, Brad Then
4 Shelton, Blake God Gave Me You
5 Perri, Christina A Thousand Years
6 Lamontagne, Ray You Are The Best Thing
7 Rascal Flatts Bless The Broken Road
8 Train Marry Me
9 Hayes, Hunter Wanted
10 Lonestar Amazed
11 Adele Make You Feel My Love
12 Mcgraw, Tim My Best Friend
13 Presley, Elvis Can’t Help Falling In Love
14 Mraz, Jason & Colbie Caillat Lucky
15 Buble, Michael Everything
16 Johnson, Jack Better Together
17 Black Eyed Peas I Gotta Feeling
18 Strait, George I Cross My Heart
19 Matthews Band, Dave You And Me
20 Aerosmith I Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
21 Green, Al Let’s Stay Together
22 Chesney, Kenny Me And You
23 Clapton, Eric Wonderful Tonight
24 Sinatra, Frank The Way You Look Tonight
25 King, Ben E. Stand By Me
26 Urban, Keith Making Memories Of Us
27 Paisley, Brad She’s Everything
28 Adams, Bryan (Everything I Do) I Do It For You
29 Mcgraw, Tim With Faith Hill It’s Your Love
30 Buble, Michael Hold On
31 Urban, Keith Only You Can Love Me This Way
32 Young Band, Eli Crazy Girl
33 Mccain, Edwin I’ll Be
34 Morrison, Van Crazy Love
35 Bright Eyes First Day Of My Life
36 Jones, Norah Come Away With Me
37 Krauss, Alison When You Say Nothing At All
38 Mccain, Edwin I Could Not Ask For More
39 Righteous Brothers Unchained Melody
40 Snow Patrol Chasing Cars
41 Lynch, Dustin Cowboys And Angels
42 Morrison, Van Someone Like You
43 Gray, David This Years Love
44 Journey Faithfully
45 Morrison, Van Into The Mystic
46 Armstrong, Louis What A Wonderful World
47 Big & Rich Lost In This Moment
48 John, Elton Your Song
49 Thompson Square Are You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not
50 Newsong Duet With Natalie Grant When God Made You

 

Mar 242013
 

New York Weddings has an interesting Infographic , detailed on HuffPost Weddings, about what Brides would change or not change about their wedding after the big day.

New York Weddings

New York Weddings Magazine

100 Brides were surveyed and survey questions include:

  • What Do You Regret Splurging On
  • What Did You Do With Your Dress
  • How Long it Took to Pay Off Your Wedding
  • Did You Have a Wedding Registry

It’s easy to look back and second guess every decision that was made, but as long as you were happy with everything, that’s all that should really matter. You could drive yourself crazy if you went back and really reviewed all of the wedding planning that took many months to do.

If you got married recently, what would you go back and change if you could do it over?

Let us know on Twitter… Tweet to @MastersGroupDJ using hashtag #WeddingDoOver

Mar 082013
 

HuffingtonPost Weddings has a great article about 12 Wedding “Rules” Every Bride Should Feel Free to Break that aren’t necessarily valid anymore to today’s brides and grooms. While some are very old customs, others are more recent trends.




Here are a few of the rules:

  1. The groom can’t see the bride before the wedding.
  2. Sleeping separately the night before.
  3. Wearing a white dress.

The bottom line is that it is YOUR wedding and you should feel free to make it your own.

If you want to wear a pink bridal gown, do it. Want to get all of your professional photos done before the ceremony, go right ahead.




Do what you want and don’t worry about having to plan by the “rules”.

Feb 062013
 

Groom’s Guide to Planning a Wedding [TheKnot.com]

The Knot has a great article just for the guys in planning your wedding. There are some great tips of what to do and what NOT to do.

Some of the things to tackle are choosing your groomsmen, finding the perfect wedding bands, getting in shape for the big day, and many more.

Photo: Janae Shields Photography (TheKnot)



I think the best advice is always to check with your bride-to-be before making a final decision on anything. You want to be able to survive through all of the wedding planning ups and downs and avoid the drama. This is one case where it is definitely better to be safe than sorry!

Check out the full story here.