or I wouldn't have even been in this forum!
Ok stuff EVERYBODY LOVED at weddings.
PLAY THAT FUNKY MUSIC
Those two for some reason get butts out of chairs EVERY TIME.
If I thought I was going to live this long I'd have taken better care of myself!
Last edited by rugerpc; 06-12-2013 at 06:51 PM.
Bruno Mars = new, fresh, funky and fun. I chose live versions to win over the musician in you, but the studio versions are just as good
Last edited by themike; 06-12-2013 at 07:28 PM.
Paul Reed Smith 7 - S t r i n g A c t i v i s t | Fueled by P T C
HOLD ON! I've got one. My wife and i used this song at our wedding during the main course. Went over very well as it's a "deep cut" type of song. Besides, we're from Jersey, it's the law, one Bruce and/or Bon Jovi song or you're not really married!
Last edited by DISTORT6; 06-13-2013 at 09:15 AM.
Not like the other kids...
Hopefully you're being tongue-in-cheek, so the first part of my reply will be the same. Here goes: Right. You're planning not only a themed wedding, but a Celtic themed wedding, and we're supposed to be able to come up with viable suggestions?!? I can't imagine that the number of forum members who have attended and/or planned a Celtic wedding are all that great, so speaking purely for myself from a position of inexperience, please forgive me.
(End of tongue-in-cheek reply.)
Secondly (and this part of my reply is 100% sincere), as I often say in posts, inspiration is where you find it. The key word there being you. Things may seem troubling at the moment, but have faith that you will find the inspiration and ideas for the playlist in due time, and try not to stress over it. They'll come, and the wedding will go off without a hitch, because what matters most is how you two feel for each other. Not the music that gets played.
Your original post said 'What would be on your must play list for a wedding these days?'. You've gotten some suggestions, but ultimately this comes down to you and ??? to decide.
Even if you take the Celtic aspect out of the equation, we can't be expected to know what music you and those at your wedding would most like to hear, because most of us don't know your tastes.
Again, speaking purely for myself, playlists for weddings - Celtic or otherwise - simply aren't high on my list of priorities/interests at this point in my life. No offense intended in any way, and as I said before, Good Luck to you both.
Last edited by Goldtop; 06-23-2013 at 12:33 PM.
'And the answer is... none. None more Gold.'