Thursday, December 25, 2008

Post-Christmas Hangover

Well, Christmas is over and my maid of honor duties are in full force.

I doubt that is anyone out there reading because, hello, it's Christmas and all but if you are reading I would love to ask a favor of you...

The bride, aka my best friend, needs about 10 songs to play immediately after the ceremony and to keep playing while they have a greeting/receiving line.

She is obviously overwhelmed and so I volunteered to do it for her. That was before I realized it was a tough job.

So the walk-out (is it called processional?) song is "Everything" by Michael Buble.

Other songs on my playlist so far are:
- I Will Be Here by Steven Curtis Chapman
- The Prayer by Josh Groban and Charlotte Church
- I Could Not Ask for More by either Edwin McCain or Sara Evans
- Have I Told You Lately by Van Morrison (not sure I like this version...)

Anyways, I clearly need help. Please please please? Suggestions? The only stipulation is that they are church appropriate, as this receiving line will be happening in the church.

I am so bad with this stuff, but I would really appreciate any and all suggestions. Please?? Am I begging enough??

Have a great weekend and expect a full report sometime Monday...

3 Classy Comments:

Claire said...

David Gray has some great songs as well as James Taylor! Good luck!!
-Claire

Jenni said...

Hayley Westenra - My heart belongs to you.

This song is just beautiful and if I was ever to get married again this would be my choice.

Jenni - Australia
www.jensjewellery.etsy.com

MomItForward Jyl and Carissa said...

I'm no help whatsoever. I like a bit more folksy like cowboy junkies and James Blunt. My fave of his is High and you're beautiful, oh and Jason Mraz he has that one really great one... John Mayer? that 100 years song? Am I even helping?

Merry Christmas Happy New year and all that?!

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