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R & B Wedding Ceremony Music

    Wedding R & B Songs

    • Midwest City, "One Love"
      Sade, "Love is Stronger than Pride"
      Stevie Wonder, "Ribbon in the Sky"
      Jodeci, "Forever My Lady"
      Luther Vandross, "Here and Now"
      All 4 One, "I Can Love You Like That"
      Monica, "Angel of Mine"
      SWV, "Weak"
      Donnell Jones, "Where I Wanna Be"
      Mary J. Blige, "Be Without You"
      Lloyd, "Valentine"
      Jaheim, "Never"
      Brian McKnight, "Back at One"
      Jagged Edge, "Let's Get Married"
      Boys II Men, "On Bended Knee"
      Usher and Alicia Keys, "My Boo"
      Tyrese, "Sweet Lady"
      Chris Brown, "Shorty Like Mine"
      Alicia Keys, "No One"
      SWV, "You're Always On My Mind"
      Freddie Jackson, "You Are My Lady"
      Lionel Richie & Diana Ross, "Endless Love"
      Janet Jackson, "Again"
      K-Ci & Jojo, "All My Life"
      Whitney Houston, "I Will Always Love You"

    Choosing Your Wedding Music

    • When choosing your wedding music, you don't always have to go with tradition. Make sure that you pick a song that fits who you are as a couple. Although people will remember your wedding either way, it is great to have a wedding that is really personalized to you. People will, most likely, remember that much longer than they will tradition.

    Playing Your Own Music at a Church

    • If you are planning having your wedding ceremony in a church, you will want to make sure and check with either the church's wedding planner or the pastor to ensure that you can bring a CD of songs to play. Some churches require that the only music at the ceremony be Christian songs or songs from the church's hymnal. Some churches either do not have a sound system to play your music or will not allow you to use the sound system they do have. Depending on the church, you may or may not be able to play your own music at your ceremony.

      Even if you cannot play your own music at the ceremony, do not be discouraged. There are plenty of great times to play R & B love songs at the reception. Think of playing these songs during your first dance, your father-daughter and mother-son dances, or even as you are cutting your wedding cake.

      Overall, there are plenty of chances to personalize your wedding, from ceremony to reception, and what better way to personalize than with music that suits you and your new spouse.

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