Share a personalized playlist with your guests by giving them a CD wedding favor they can rock out to for years to come.
CD wedding favors are incomparable to many other favors you can give your guests. There are not many favors that can come close to the personalized features that a music CD can offer. After all, who doesn’t love a good music mix to listen to in their car or while they are hanging around the house? The mix is even better when it is made by a friend or a family member who recently got hitched. It is an excellent reminder of a bride and groom’s big day, and it can provide plenty of good tunes for guests to enjoy long after they make their way home from a reception. If you and your spouse love the gift of music and know your guests will to, it’s time to start planning that playlist!
Begin by deciding what kind of CD favor you would like to give. Two of the most popular and practical choices are to make a playlist that encompasses all of the songs that are played at your wedding or one that represents what you and your spouse mean to one another. This can be a collection of love songs that have meant something to you while you dated, or it can be a display of songs from one to the other that represent your vows and promises. Either way, you can express your love for one another, remind guests of your big day, and give them something fun to listen to all at once.
If you aren’t crazy about the idea of drowning your guests in lovey dovey tunes that have significant meaning to only you and your spouse, then consider a mix of “feel good” songs or a combination of odes to love, including “anti-love” songs like “I Hate Myself for Loving You” by Joan Jett, or “Cry Me a River” by Justin Timberlake. Your girlfriends are sure to have fun with these songs as they can relate to them with any break-up they may have had in the past. Don’t overdo it though, and try to use plenty of upbeat stuff to balance it out for your happily married guests! However you decide to compile your playlist for a CD wedding favor, have fun with it and choose songs that will leave both you and your guests reminiscing about your special day while you wear out the “repeat” button.