With weddings these days becoming more and more personal and personalized , the soundtrack to your bridal march or even your wedding party is another great opportunity for your guests to experience what you're really like as a couple. If you're a music-loving duo, you might want to consider OPM songs from your favorite bands, or maybe from the first gig you went to together. Not only will the playlist be more meaningful, your guests will also be treated to some of the most romantic songs our local artists have to offer. Here are a few options to get you started:.
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Forgot your password? Remember me? Let them eat wedding cake, with cheese on top! Is it because most brides and grooms, if they had a say on the matter pick the same old wedding songs? We suspect they pick tunes people expect to hear. Because, really, how many tradition-crazy Pinoys would appreciate edgy tunes by Portishead or Paramore as wedding theme songs? Karen Carpenter owns this song. Cheese factor: The song has loads of references to beginnings and "roads ahead. Versions: The much-loved wedding track is a Fred Astaire original.
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Filipinos are music lovers, that is a given. In most everything that we do, music fills our lives, songs tell our stories. In almost all occasions, particularly special ones like weddings, music has become an essential part of these celebrations.
I read somewhere that June has lost the crown. December is now the most popular month for weddings hereabouts. I do not know if there is any truth to that.