Vintage Wedding Music

Whether you are referring to the shiny red '66 Ford Mustang, a 1950's stunning black lace, tulle and organza cocktail dress,1960's Dior Baroque Pearl Flapper Necklace, or the Spectator Shoe from the 40's.

These classics signify attention to detail, authentic, and timelessness.

This wave of vintage style proves that newer isn't always necessarily more desirable. There are historicl implications to those who appreciate vintage. It brings us back to a few decades ago. There is also something to be said about nostagia, a sort of escape from contemporary stresses. The 1920's for example was a period of indulgence when women gained new rights and roles in society.In the words of Coco Channel " The most courageous act  is to still think of yourseld. Aloud"

And this is clearly a wedding style trend. 

Music from times gone by has continued to be soundtracks for movies, reinvented and stylized. Some of the standards listed below give new meaning to wedding ceremonies and first dances. Consider adding classic style, and beauty to your day with one of these song choices.

"When I fall in Love" written by Victor Young, music, and Edward Heyman, lyrics, was written in 1952 and  has become a standard that has been recorded by the great Etta James, Nat King Cole and Celine Dion. With poignant, poetic  words, and beautiful and unique chords and harmonies it is no wonder that it is considered "vintage".

  • Body and Soul
  • All the Things You Are
  • Summertime
  • 'Round Midnight
  • I Can't Get Started (With You)
  • My Funny Valentine
  • Lover Man (Oh, Where Can You Be?)
  • What Is This Thing Called Love?
  • Yesterdays
  • Stella By Starlight

- Until next time. Humm a little, please. BM