The Wedding I’ll Never Have…

Mike is in an a cappella group, the Lager Rhythms, and we were discussing whether or not they would be performing at our wedding ceremony. (Minus Mike, of course.) They just did a wedding in January, so we were talking about what music they did for that wedding.

Then I had an idea – quite a brilliant one, considering my love of the Bee Gees. They could sing Bee Gees’ songs! Just think, I could walk down the aisle to “How Deep is Your Love”. Maybe the bridesmaids could come in to “Jive Talkin'”? And we would have to fit “More than a Woman” in there somewhere. Really, could it get any better than that? Can’t you see it? People could stand up and dance in the aisles – nothing gets you moving like some good disco!

Yeah, Mike didn’t think it was a good idea either. Plus they don’t know any Bee Gees songs. Oh well, at least I tried…

So, what is the most outrageous thing you have ever seen at a wedding?

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Christine is an Avenger of Sexiness. Her Superpower is helping Hot Mamas grow their Confidence by rediscovering their Beauty. She lives in the Heights in Houston, Texas, works as a boudoir photographer, and writes about running a Business of Awesome. In her spare time, she loves to knit, especially when she travels. She & her husband Mike have a food blog at Spoon & Knife.

11 replies on “The Wedding I’ll Never Have…”

frankly i think walkind down the aisle to how deep is your love would rock. that’s one of my absolute favorite songs of all time. there’s never been a time when it hasn’t made me feel better. if that makes me a dork then so be it. i’ll happily wear the crown and reign over dorkville.

nice try. 😀

I’d have to go with the large group of women, including the bride’s mom, getting up on stage and drunkenly singing the University of Texas fight song. While they get high marks for enthusiasm, it was a little odd. Especially since we’re in Virginia.

“drunkenly singing the University of Texas fight song”

We were at a wedding in Chicago and we sang “Texas Fight.” The bride was an Ohio State alum, so they had to sing, too. we did a better job. We played the Eyes at our wedding and at my brother’s in Colorado, too. The orange blood runs deep! Go, Horns, Go!

Ginger, we have actually talked about your music – and I had planned on e-mailing you to see if we could use “Fair Thee Well” for the recesional song. I know it was written for you & Michael, but in a way that makes it even cooler to use! 🙂

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