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To celebrate the launch of The Beauty and Lace Club, the team at Beauty and Lace are giving Polka Dot Bride readers the chance to win a special book package!
This package includes a copy of Your Wedding Vows, Readings and Music by Carole Hamilton and Just The Right Words by Judith Wibberley. These two books are the perfect guides for a couple looking for a little inspiration.
Wedding Vows, Readings and Music by Carole Hamilton is full of suggestions for not only traditional vows, but different religious ceremonies, blessings, readings and toasts.
Just The Right Words by Judith Wibberley is the perfect book if you’re stuck for what to write in a card on a special occasion. Offering suggestions and inspiration. Perfect for all those thank you cards you have to write after the wedding!
To win this package from Beauty and Lace simply leave a comment on this post telling me if money was no object, who would you have to sing at your wedding and why?
Entry is open to Australian residents only. Competition closes 19th of August 5pm Australian Eastern Standard Time. Entrants must be aged 18 years and older.
This competition is now closed.
Michael Buble – He has an amazing voice, would set an amazing ‘romantic’ mood to the whole occassion.
With dim lighting, a modern vintage styled wedding, maybe even an outside picturesque lit up courtyard, a jazz band and Michael Buble – the wedding would be guaranteed to be amazing for all who attended!
Lionel Richie – smooth, sultry soul. And very romantic!
Alison Krauss – beautiful lyrical ballads with just a hint of country…bliss!
my fella…not only is he an awesome drummer from garage days eighties bands, but an incredible closet crooner from many a sunday in church during his wayward youth! i often think how melt down romantic to be serenaded by your one and only as you glide down the aisle towards him…
Without hesitation…Barry White. How could any guest resist dancing to his soulful, deep voice? His music is romantic but more importantly, fun!
I would have Journey be my wedding band because there isn’t a song I don’t love by them!
I would have Boyz II Men sing their own accapella interpretation of “Angel of Mine” (originally sung by Monica) as I walked down the aisle. Their collective sounds are absolutely amazing.
Then, hopefully they would sing “Mama” as our mother’s light the unity candles together. It’s a gorgeous song that always makes me shed a tear and it would be perfect for that moment.
I would pay to get AC/DC together to suprise my man as they are his fav ever band! Would be a wedding no one would forget!
I think I’ll have Colbie Caillat to sing ‘Bubbly’ at my wedding because she seems to see the love relationship between her & her beloved the very same way I see mine. It touched my heart when I heard her sing this song for the first time & for the next few hundred times I listened to it. It will bring tears to my eyes I believe if she sings this song at my special day.
I would love Adam Sandler to sing ‘Grow Old With You’ (from The Wedding Singer) at my wedding, but I would prefer my fiance to sing it to me himself. It gives me goosebumps everytime i hear it! I have also always wanted my father to sing at my wedding as he was in a local band in the 70s when he first met my mother…so i figure if Adam cant make it, he is the next best thing!!
That would be Michael Bubble, because he is simply has the best voice with the most romantic songs.
I’d bring Elvis back from the dead to sing “Can’t help falling in love”. You said mioney was no object! LOL
My fiancee, he serenaded me on our first date (I never knew he could sing) and I would love it if he would do it again at our wedding. He is usually a shy retiring type who prefers to support others rather than putting himself in the spot light.