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That’s a Wrap!

That’s a Wrap!

The year is officially coming to a close, and we’re becoming a bit wistful over all of the amazing weddings we’ve featured this year! We hope you’ve enjoyed our round-ups of our favorite moments from this year as much as we have, but we’re not quite done yet — we thought we’d compile the most popular songs from the weddings we’ve featured in 2011. Some are everlasting favorites, while others are definitely newcomers to the scene. What songs did you play or will play at your wedding? We’d love to know!

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“That’s How Strong My Love Is” Otis Redding, view weddings.
“Home,” Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros, song chosen by these couples.
“Dressed Up In Love,” Jennifer Hudson, first dance of Megan and Mike.
“You Are the Best Thing” Ray LaMontagne, chosen by these couples at their gorgeous weddings.
“The Good Life,” Kanye West, recessional song of Alana and Richard.
“My Girl,” The Temptations, played at these weddings.
“Love and Some Verses,” Iron and Wine, first song of Lindsay and Jason and played at these weddings
“Sea of Love,” Cat Power, played at this wedding.
“Crazy Love” by Van Morrison. View all weddings from couples who chose Van Morrison’s tunes.
“First Day of my Life” Bright Eyes. See all the weddings who played this song by clicking HERE.


Speaking of our Best Ofs, here’s a recap of our highlighted weddings of the year and features of the week:

2011 Fashion
2011 Ceremonies
2011 Reception Details
2011 Bouquets
2011 DIY Projects
Festive Michigan Metropark Wedding
New bridesmaid dresses by Whitney Deal
Manhattan Winery Wedding
NYE party with 4 easy DIY projects


Before we sign off for the year, we wanted to give a shout out to our advertisers who make Ruffled happen. Many of you who are RSS feed subscribers may not visit the site that often, so we wanted to highlight some of their work and services. Be sure to take a moment to check them out!


Happy New Year!

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