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SPR-SUM 17

Louisville Bride magazine is Louisville, Kentucky's premier bridal publication, featuring photos of wedding gowns and listings for Louisville reception halls, caterers, wedding planners, photographers, and other wedding service providers.

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alicenter.org S p r i n g | S u m m e r B R I D E 9 you can't beat "Salsation" by David Shire from the Saturday Night Fever soundtrack. Those who know it, love it. Those who don't, will. The song I least like to hear at a wedding is "The Rose," by Bette Midler. Its cheese factor gives me uncontrollable giggles that are, most likely, inappropriate. — Suki Anderson, art director I always love to hear first-dance, mother- son and father-daughter dance songs. I love when you hear a song and you know they spent time trying to find the perfect one. — Megan Vogt, circulation and office manager I cannot stand "Shook Me All Night Long" by AC/DC, although it does give me an excuse to visit the bar. Why does that guy feel the need to scream at me? — Mandy Wood, advertising account executive At the risk of gagging some people with a spoon, I just love the Eric Clapton song "Wonderful Tonight." Also, for beauty, John Lennon's "In My Life," and for energy, Wilson Pickett's "Funky Broadway" or Blondie's "One Way or Another." Absolutely hate "Proud Mary." — Jack Welch, copy editor A confession: I've watched Bruno Mars' SNL performance of "24K Magic" enough times to know the dance moves. You're probably already playing that song. To keep the dance-floor fire burning (without, you know, having to hear "Play That Funky Music"): "Clearest Blue," CHVRCHES; "Heads Will Roll," Yeah Yeah Yeahs; "Kill V. Maim," Grimes. — Josh Moss, Louisvile Magazine editor Three songs that my ears would love at weddings: 1. "I've Just Seen a Face," the Beatles 2. "Love Is like a Butterfly," Dolly Parton 3. "Luckiest Guy on the Lower East Side," Magnetic Fields HATE: 1. "Shout (You Make Me Wanna)". It's just such a wedding cliché. I hate that I feel compelled to crouch on the floor at the "a little bit softer" part. Maybe I have my own moves I'd like to explore. — Anne Marshall, writer

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