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Ok so after going through our budget for the wedding, we are no longer having the guitar trio. Now I have no idea what songs to choose. I put together a list today only to have it shot down my FH. He wants country music.

 

After searching more this evening, I think I am going to walk down the isle to "lost in this moment" by Big and Rich. However, I can't find a song to for Brian and I to walk out to. I asked him for help but instead he is snoring on the couch right now. I could really use some suggestions. I want something fun but it has to be country. girl_werewolf.gif

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well what about God Bless the Broken Road by Rascal Flatts? Its a beautiful love song and great for weddings.

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here are some country songs from my list:

 

My Wish by Rascall Flatts

Amazed by Lonestar

I Don't wanna Miss a Thing- Mark Chestnut

When You Say Nothing at All- Alison Krauss

You had Me From Hello- Kenny Chesney

Keeper of the Stars- Tracy Byrd

I Do (cherish You)- Mark Wills

I Cross my Heart- George Strait

Me and You- Kenny Chesney

You're Still the One- Shania Twain

My Best Friend- Tim McGraw

You're everything- Keith Urban

 

 

hope this helps!

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I'm not a huge country fan, but a couple of songs I do like and would be perfect for a wedding are:

 

"Making Memories of Us" by Keith Urban

"From this Moment On" by Shania Twain (this one could work for when you walk back together)

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Hm, I see the walking out song as having to be a fun upbeat song. Something Rascal Flatts like maybe?

 

With that said your wedding is coming up so fast! Are you excitedhuh.gif Could you bring me back a bunch of pictures and advice?!?!?!

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