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What Music Should You Listen to at a Bridal Shower?

Nov 18

There are several songs that you can play at a bridal shower that will set the mood for the event. Some of these songs are If I Ain't Got You, City of Stars, Sleeping at Last's L. 32, and Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time." However, if you don't want to play a song from an actual Broadway musical, you can still play an appropriate song from a movie.

If I Ain't Got You

If I Ain't Got You by The Black Eyed Peas is one of the best songs to play at a bridal shower. It was released more than a decade ago and has remained a popular choice for celebrations ever since. The track broke all kinds of records and topped the US charts, and it has become a staple of pop music. It's also a funky classic, featuring Bobby Brown. Released in 1964, it quickly became Brown's signature song and her highest charting single.

Another great choice for a bridal shower is "On Top of the World" by Imagine Dragons. This synthpop track is light and fun and features acoustic guitar and piano. The lead singer sings about the celebration of love and life, and the beat makes this track perfect for the party atmosphere.

City of Stars

Whether it's a bridal shower, bachelorette party, or wedding, this City of Stars song is perfect for the occasion. It celebrates friendship and female empowerment, making it the perfect choice for the shower playlist. Plus, the song is catchy and upbeat.

It's easy-listening pop style makes it a great choice for any bridal shower party. The song starts out slow and builds to a romantic indie pop chorus. The lyrics are sweet, but the song is also uplifting and makes everyone feel good. You can also play a wedding reception version of this song.

You can hire a live band to perform at your event. These musicians are experienced in weddings and can create a fun atmosphere for your guests. Their repertoire includes songs for first dances, the mother-daughter dance, and the father-bride dance. They also break into dance routines for bouquet tosses and other special events.

Sleeping at Last's L. 32

  1. 32 by Sleeping at Last is instantly recognizable, with its piano-heavy style and folk-like processional. Its emotional impact can be felt from the moment it begins, or the song can start playing just before the bride walks down the aisle. This indie-rock classic is also easy to incorporate into a bridal shower playlist without feeling too traditional.

Cyndi Lauper's "Time After Time"

'Time After Time' is a song that became Cyndi Lauper's signature song. The song was written by Cyndi Lauper and Rob Hyman, both of whom sang on the song. The song's title was inspired by a 1970s sci-fi film. Lauper was unsure whether the movie concept would stay in the song, but after reading the TV Guide, she decided to try it.

The song was originally written to a reggae-like tune. During the recording process, Cindy Lauper has admitted that some of the lyrics were inspired by the wacky things that she saw in the recording studio. The lyrics portray a girl leaving her home to pursue her own personal growth.

Sleeping at Last's "If I Ain't Got You"

The song's original version is a piano-heavy, folk-inspired classic. It features a lovely processional, a piano and a few vocals, and is a perfect fit for a bridal shower. The original version features an influx of instruments around the one-minute mark. It's a timeless indie classic, and will surely appeal to anyone who grew up in the nineties.

If you want to keep the wedding unique, play an unexpected first dance song. The song can be something the bride and groom enjoy together or one that has some special meaning to the couple.