Our First Dance

This week has been a super busy one! Tomorrow I’m out of the office all day for my internship wrap up meeting in Allentown, PA. Then after work I’m heading straight to State College because on Thursday Josh and I are
meeting with our wedding photographer to get our engagement shots done. I am so excited, I have always wanted professional photographs and to get ones of Josh and I before the wedding is so amazing.

I’m off to do last minute packing and to take a quick shower before I set my alarm for a ridiculously early wake up time. In the meantime I thought it would be fun to share the song Josh and I picked to be our first dance. We were looking for something beautiful, slow, unique, and perfect for us. The song is called I Do by Marie Digby. I have loved her music for a while now and when I saw she had a wedding song I was instantly intrigued. As soon as I heard this song it brought tears to my eyes and I knew it was the one for us. It’s everything I want to say to Josh on our big day.

What do you think? Josh is meeting with our DJ next Thursday (I’m missing the meeting because I’ll be back in school) and letting him know the songs we’ve selected so far. I can’t wait to dance to this song with Josh in my wedding dress.

Question of the Day: What is/ will be your first song?

Comments

  1. says

    we eloped almost 16 years ago.
    justice of the peace in the basement of a jail :-)
    BUTBUTBUT I think we may renew our vows at 20 years….you make me excited for it :-)

  2. Molly RItterbeck says

    Great song! When we have an actual wedding ceremony (2.5 more years at 10!) we are going to dance to Almost HOme (on the how to lose a guy in 10 days soundtrack) take al listen!

    Have a blast doing pictures – I think that will be my favorite part!

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