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Published by Arizona Bridal Source 2018 - 2019 | Kim Horn Publisher, 2018-06-09 21:49:14

Weddings Arizona Bridal Source - 30th Anniversary Edition

Wedding Flip Book for Arizona Weddings published by Master Wedding Planner, Kim Horn, 1 of 75 in the World

Keywords: Weddings,Weddings in Arizona,Arizona Weddings,Scottsdale Weddings,Phoenix Weddings

WEDDINGS

ARIZONA BRIDAL SOURCE

30TH
EDITION

Must-Have
Wedding Tips

& Trends


and CAKES

C hef Robert Richter established

Robert’s Catering, Inc. and Cakes
in 1980, creating traditional comfort

foods, French cuisine, cutting
edge contemporary cuisine, and
simply the best cakes for the most

discriminating palette, yours.

480.963.4040

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E: office@RobertsCatering.net


Table of Contents

30th ANNIVERSARY ISSUE

Fashion Reception

30-37 W edding Gown Previews 16, 40-43 Reception Site, Catering,

for 2019 from & Bartending Selections
SuzannesBridalBoutique.com
18, 20, 22 Wedding Reception Sites
48-51 Weddings in Arizona
44-45 Wedding Cakes & Desserts

Budgets & Planning
Timelines
19 S unset & Average
6 & 8 Wedding Budget Temperatures
12 & 14 Wedding Expenses
38-39 Wedding Timetable 24, 26, 28 Holiday Calendars

56 W edding Processional &
Ceremony

57 Arizona Marriage Laws

60 Wedding Day

Emergency Kit

continued on page 4

Photo Credit | PreferredTravelServices.com 30TH ANNIVERSARY FRONT COVER CREDITS
ON LOCATION TheWrightHouse.com
GOWN SuzannesBridalBoutique.com
FLORAL YKnotParty.com

HAIR SaskiaSalon.com Stylist Ally Schoen
MAKEUP PearlsBeauty.net

MODEL TheAgencyAZ.com
STYLIST Kim Horn, Master Wedding Planner™


Table of Contents

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Photography & Video

53 Choosing a Photographer
53 Choosing a Videographer

Music

46-47 2019 Top Wedding

Songs

Florals

52 Choosing a Florist

Invitations

54-55 Addressing Wedding

Invitations

Honeymoon

58-59 Honeymoons

Abroad

Sources

61-62 Wedding Sources
63 Advertisers

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Wedding Budget

Jewelry BUDGET Gifts BUDGET

Engagement Ring Attendants

Wedding Ring(s) Fiance’s Gift
Parents’
Watch
Welcome Bags for
Bracelet
Hotel Guests
Earrings
Vendor Tips
Necklace

SUBTOTAL SUBTOTAL



Clothing Transportation

Wedding Gown Limos/Buses/Vans
Headpiece/Veil/
Valet Parking

Hair Accessories Gratuities
Alterations/Pressing
SUBTOTAL

Slip

Hosiery Wedding Parties

Shoes Engagement Party

Lingerie Luncheon
Rehearsal Dinner
Accessories/Jewelry
Brunch after Wedding
Garter(s) (Toss/Keep)
2nd Dress/Trousseau SUBTOTAL

Gown Preservation

Tux/Suit Photography & Video

Shirt/Tie/Vest/Pocket Square Engagement Session

Cuff Links Boudoir Session
Retouching & Editing
Matching Socks
Wedding Album(s)
SUBTOTAL Extra Prints

DVDs of High Res
Hair, Makeup & Pampering
Photo Images
Hairstylist on Location
Proofs/Online Proofs
Makeup Artist on Location
Extra DVDs
Manicure/Pedicure Flat Screen or Projector
Massage
Rental for Montage
Facial Props (parasols, hanger for

SUBTOTAL dress, chalkboard signs)

SUBTOTAL

Ceremony

Ceremony Site Fee Music & Entertainment

Officiant’s Fee Ceremony

Marriage License Cocktail Reception
Releases at Ceremony Dinner/Dance

(rose petals, doves, Dance Lessons
butterflies, bubbles)
Caricaturist
Wedding Planner
SUBTOTAL Live Painter

Board Games

Photo Booth

Fireworks

SUBTOTAL

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Wedding Budget

continued from page 6

Floral & Decor BUDGET Stationery BUDGET

Bride’s Bouquet Invitations

Attendants’ Bouquets Announcements

Flower Girls’ Pomander/ Save-the-Date Cards

Kissing Balls/Baskets/ Thank-You Notes

Headpieces Reply Cards

Boutonnieres Maps

Groom, Groomsmen, Ushers Escort Cards

Ring Bearers, Fathers, Grandfathers Personal Stationery

and Special Guests Calligrapher

Corsages Postage/RSVP Postage

Mothers, Grandmothers, Ceremony Program

and Special Guests Menu Cards

Flowers to the Blessed Mary Itinerary for Welcome

(Catholic Wedding) Bags for Out-of-Town Guests

Rose Ceremony/Sand Ceremony/ SUBTOTAL

Wine Box Ceremony Hotel Accommodations

Unity Sand/Unity Candle Décor Wedding Night
Out-of-Town Attendants
Ceremony Site Décor
Other Special Guests
Aisle Runner/Aisle Décor SUBTOTAL

Reception Site Décor

Reception Centerpieces Honeymoon

Escort Card Table/Cake Table Transportation
Accommodations
Toss Bouquet Daily Budget x ____ days
SUBTOTAL
Floral Preservation

SUBTOTAL

Reception Subtotals

Site Rental Jewelry
Food per Person Clothing
Serving Staff Hair, Makeup & Pampering
Rentals (linens, china, crystal, flatware, Ceremony
Gifts
tables, chairs, lighting, heaters, AC, Transportation
umbrellas, tents, lounge furniture, etc.) Wedding Parties
Photography & Video
Wedding Cake/Cupcakes Music & Entertainment
Floral & Decor
Dessert/Ice Cream Bar Reception
Stationery
Candy Bar Hotel Accommodations
Bar and Bartender Honeymoon

Bourbon Bar TOTAL

Cigar Bar

Coffee Bar

Favors

Wedding Signs

Guest Welcome Gift Bags
Valet Parking
Taxes

Gratuities
SUBTOTAL

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Bride-to-Be

AnniversaTHry This wedding is about YOU! You’re finally engaged, yet seriously overwhelmed,
and don’t know how to start planning your wedding! Arizona Bridal Source Guide
30
EDITION
was created just for you! Don’t settle on your wedding day, make wise educated choices. Follow us on social

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wedding, and remember your wedding day is the first day of the rest of your life together!

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Wedding Expenses

Expenses for your wedding add up quickly. Discuss this at the
beginning of your planning. Determine realistic budgets and
exactly who will be responsible for which expenses, so there
are no misunderstandings or hard feelings later.

The following list indicates the traditional BRIDE’S FAMILY
division of expenses. Normally the bride’s family • Engagement party (optional).
pays for the largest share of the expenses. Today, • Experienced wedding planner.
however, the groom’s parents and/or the couple • C ost of ceremony (location, musicians, rentals,
may offer to share the wedding expenses. With
the average age of couples getting married on flowers, and decorations).
the rise, financial responsibility has shifted from • E ntire cost of reception (food, beverage, gra-
the parents to the couple themselves. The bride’s
parents should have the opportunity to gracious- tuities, wedding cake, rental fee, rental items,
ly decline offers of financial help. The question of decorations, music, lighting, and flowers).
who pays for what normally comes down to who • W edding gift for the couple.
is most willing and able to pay. When you are • B ride’s wedding attire and accessories.
planning your budget, remember to be courte- • B ridesmaids’ bouquets.
ous, realistic, and communicate with everyone • F lower girl bouquet or basket.
involved. • W edding invitations, save-the-date cards,
announcements, enclosures, and mailing costs.
Bride • W edding programs.
• T ransportation for the bridal party to the
• Wedding ring for the groom. ceremony and the reception site.
• Wedding gift for the groom. • E ngagement, wedding, and reception
• Gifts for the bridal attendants. photographs.
• Personal stationery. • B ridesmaids’ luncheon.
• A ccommodations for her out-of- • G ratuities for those directing traffic, valet park-
ing, and checking coats.
town attendants (optional). • P ersonal wedding attire.
• Attendants’ dresses (optional). • R ehearsal dinner (optional).

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DJ Entertainment | Staging | CO2 Blasters

480.307.7966

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Wedding Expenses

continued from page 12

Groom PreferredTravelServices.com

• E ngagement and wedding rings GROOM’S FAMILY
for the bride. • P ersonal wedding attire.
• T ravel and hotel expenses they incur.
• W edding gift for the bride. • W edding gift for couple.
• B achelor’s dinner (optional).
• M arriage license. • R ehearsal dinner.

• G ifts for the best man and GUESTS
groomsmen. • T raveling expenses.
• W edding gift for the couple.
• Groom’s wedding attire.
ATTENDANTS
• B ride’s bouquet and going-away • W edding attire for themselves.
corsage. • A ny traveling expenses.
• W edding gift for the couple.
• M others’ and grandmothers’ • S howers given by maid of honor or bridesmaids.
corsages. • B achelor party given by best man or groomsmen.

• B outonnieres for all men in wedding BRIDE & GROOM
party. • G ifts of appreciation for parents or others

• A ccommodations for his out-of- who helped with the wedding.
town attendants (optional). • E xpenses of items desired which have

• G roomsmen wedding attire exceeded the original budget.
(optional).

• A ttendants’ gloves, ties, ascots, and
vests (optional).

• Fee for the ceremony officiant.

• Honeymoon.

• Bachelor dinner (optional).

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HeidisEvents.com

HeidisEvents.com

Reception Site, Catering
& Bartending Selections

There are many details and questions to get answered prior to making a
financial commitment to a reception site, caterer, bartender, and other guest
experiences for your wedding. You will normally allocate your largest

percentage of your budget to food and beverage.

WHAT YOU NEED TO BEGIN travel or black out dates which make travel-
ing and hotel rooms expensive like holidays,
• What are your target wedding dates? Spring Break, Spring Training, NASCAR, and the
Phoenix Open.
• A re you flexible on your wedding date?
(Friday and Sunday, or during the week) RECEPTION SITE QUESTIONS

• H ow many guests are you inviting, it makes • I s the reception site available for your target
an impact on your budget and reception site wedding dates?
options? (On average 70 – 75% attend).
• I f you choose a non-peak wedding day or time
• W hat is your budget, and what does that of year, would there be a difference in price, and
budget include, or exclude? if so, how much?

• D o you have a style or theme for your • W hat are the minimum and maximum guest
wedding? counts for the areas you are contracting?

• C heck the average temperatures in this • A re you charged a room rental fee, or is there
magazine since planning an outside wedding a minimum revenue you must meet?
in June through August in Scottsdale isn’t
as comfortable as an outside wedding in • I s the minimum revenue based on a per
March or October in Scottsdale. person fee, or a room location fee?

• C heck the calendars in this magazine for continued on page 40
holidays and be aware of premium dates to

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TheWrightHouse.com

Wedding Receptions Sites

Price Range: The Wright House (shown above) | 480.833.0902 | TheWrightHouse.com
$ = Up to $35 636 W. University Dr., Mesa, AZ 85201 See Ad Page 1 | Front Cover Location
$$ = $36 - $60 Choose between two unique venues. A formal Victorian English garden
$$$ = $61 = $75 with gazebos, floral beds, and vine covered verandah; or a Southern French
$$$$ = $76 - $100 garden with gorgeous fountains and the rustic charm of a French County Inn.
$$$$$ = $101+ Includes setup, fresh floral centerpieces, linens, and decorating. Your own
caterer welcome.
Max Inside 150 | Max Outside 275 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside Caterer
Allowed | Outside Liquor Allowed | Average Price $$

Ahwatukee Country Club | 480.893.9772 | AhwatukeeGolf.com
12432 S. 48th St., Phoenix, AZ 85044
Majestic Views of South Mountain for your outdoor wedding ceremony,
and perfect for 50 to 150 guests with exceptional cuisine.
Max Inside 125 | Max Outside 400 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside Caterer
Allowed | Outside Liquor Not Allowed | Average Price $

Ahwatukee Event Center | 480.893.3431 | AhwatukeeHOA.com
4700 E. Warner Rd., Phoenix, AZ 85044
New Facility, Two Room Options, Mountain Views, Well Appointed
Kitchen, Dimmable Interior & Accent Lighting, Open Catering Policy,
Free WiFi, A/V Equipment Available, Ample Parking, Easy Access, Patio
Lighting with tables & chairs. Find us on Facebook or Instagram.
Max Inside 120 - 200 | Max Outside 100 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside
Caterer Allowed | Outside Liquor Allowed | Average Price $

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Sunsets & Temperatures

AZ SUNSETS VALLEYWIDE SEDONA FLAGSTAFF TUCSON
30F | 55F 15F | 42F 38F | 64F
January 1st 5:31 40F | 65F 32F | 59F 18F | 43F 40F | 67F
5:43 41F | 66F 35F | 63F 21F | 49F 44F | 72F
15th 5:59 43F | 68F 42F | 72F 27F | 58F 50F | 81F
6:13 48F | 75F 49F | 81F 33F | 67F 58F | 90F
February 1st 6:25 47F | 73F 57F | 91F 41F | 78F 66F | 98F
6:35 48F | 75F 65F | 95F 50F | 82F 74F | 98F
15th 6:48 51F | 79F 64F | 92F 49F | 79F 72F | 95F
6:59 55F | 84F 58F | 88F 41F | 73F 67F | 93F
March 1st 7:11 59F | 89F 49F | 78F 31F | 63F 56F | 84F
7:21 63F | 93F 37F | 65F 22F | 51F 45F | 72F
15th 7:33 68F | 99F 31F | 56F 16F | 43F 39F | 65F
7:39 72F | 104F
April 1st 7:42 78F | 106F
7:39 82F | 106F
15th 7:28 81F | 105F
7:14 79F | 104F
May 1st 6:55 77F | 102F
6:35 73F | 98F
15th 6:13 68F | 94F
5:55 61F | 88F
June 1st 5:37 54F | 81F
5:26 49F | 75F
15th 5:20 44F | 69F
5:22 42F | 66F
July 1st

15th

August 1st

15th

September 1st

15th

October 1st

15th

November 1st

15th

December 1st

15th

Honeymoon | Destination Weddings

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Honeymoon Registry

We know you want a romantic honeymoon

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destination as unique as the two of you.
As worldwide travel specialists, we are here
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Honeymoon and Destination Wedding Specialist
rosanne@preferredtravelservices.com
2141 East Camelback Road, Suite 240
Phoenix, AZ 85016

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Wedding Receptions Sites

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Antique Wedding House | 480.649.1934 | AntiqueWeddingHouse.com
307 E. First St., Mesa, AZ 85201
A quaint and unique fairy tale aura for your dream wedding in our beau-
tiful garden pavilion adorned with chandeliers and twinkle lit trees or
for smaller ceremonies, our intimate chapel setting. Personalized event
planning and complimentary coordinator ensure satisfaction in planning.
All-inclusive or custom packages. Celebrating 23 years.
Max Inside 40 | Max Outside 160 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside Caterer
Allowed | Outside Liquor Allowed | Average Price $$

Arizona Grand Resort & Spa | 602.431.6457 | ArizonaGrandResort.com

8000 S. Arizona Grand Pkwy., Phoenix, AZ 85044

An oasis nestled in the stunning Sonoran Desert, the Arizona Grand
offers an unmatched selection of indoor and outdoor wedding venues.
From our Mediterranean inspired architecture and lushly landscaped
gardens to our elegantly appointed ballrooms, our resort is a natural
setting to create a memorable occasion.

Max Inside 2000 | Max Outside 500 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside Ca-
terer Not Allowed | Outside Liquor Not Allowed | Average Price $$$

The Foothills Golf Club | 480.460.4653 | TheFoothillsGC.com

2201 E. Clubhouse Dr., Phoenix, AZ 85044 | See Ad, Page 7

Nestled in the rustic beauty of South Mountain’s ridges. The Foothills
Golf Club offers an intimate setting with breathtaking mountain views
and a perfect location for a sunset wedding for up to 225 guests.
Max Inside 225 | Max Outside 225 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside Caterer
Allowed | Outside Liquor Not Allowed | Average Price $

Heidi’s Events and Catering | 480.491.5254 | HeidisEvents.com
Our Venue, 2095 W. 15th St., Tempe, AZ 85281

Our catering showroom offers two private spaces for receptions,
rehearsal dinners, and showers. They work nicely together as a lounge
and dinner space. We have everything in-house to customize your
event. You may purchase your own alcohol, bring in your own DJ
and photographer, or we may offer recommendations.
Max inside 100 | Max Outside 0 | No Ceremony Allowed | Outside Caterer
Not Allowed | Outside Liquor Allowed | Average Price $$$

Tercero by Aldea Weddings | 623.693.1740 | TerceroWeddings.com
5130 N. 43rd Ave., Glendale, AZ 85301
The Glendale venue is a bohemian inspired oasis. The grounds boast
white bricking with wooden accents. Succulent gardens are placed
throughout for a refreshing reprieve. Guests can dance in the courtyards
under the stars or mingle and dine in the unique indoor space. All
inclusive packages available. Outside vendors welcome.
Max Inside 250 | Max Outside 250 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside Caterer
Allowed | Outside Liquor Allowed | Average Price $$$

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Wedding Receptions Sites

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The Windmill Winery | 480.313.2303 | TheWindmillWinery.com
1140 W. Butte Ave., Florence, AZ 85132
We make your wedding day memorable and stress free from the time you
step on property until your departure. Venue only to all-inclusive packages
are available. Call to schedule your private tour today to view our 100 year
old Midwest Barn and Hampton’s Style Lakehouse, or join us for monthly
open houses.
Max Inside 250 | Max Outside 2000 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside
Caterer Allowed | Outside Liquor Not Allowed | Average Price $$$$

Arizona Biltmore Resort & Spa | 602.381.7603 | 2400 E. Missouri Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85016
Arizona Biltmore offers more than 40,000 square feet of unique ceremony and reception space on its
lush 39-acre property. Each ballroom and distinctive indoor and outdoor ceremony site embodies the
Frank Lloyd Wright-inspired architecture, complete with the ornate décor, historic antique accessories,
manicured gardens, and majestic views of the mountains. Max Inside 1,800 | Max Outside 1,200 |
Ceremony Available | Outside Caterer Not Allowed | Outside Liquor Not Allowed | Average Price $$$$

The Ashley Castle | 480.857.8030 | 1300 S. Price Rd., Chandler, AZ 85286
An ideal setting for exquisite wedding ceremonies and elegant receptions. The Ashley Castle
is an ornately-decorated event space designed to inspire your guests and make an immediate and
unforgettable impression. Max Inside 300 | Max Outside 300 | Ceremony Available | Outside Caterer
Allowed | Outside Liquor Allowed | Average Price $$$$$

Boojum Tree’s Hidden Gardens | 602.867.8975 | 16026 N. 36th St., Phoenix, AZ 85032
Imagine getting married in our Hacienda style Plaza, socializing in our Old World Cantina, dining in
our Indoor Tropical Garden, and dancing the night away in our beautiful Palm Garden. Boojum Tree is a
garden paradise, perfect for the event of your dreams. Max Inside 200 | Max Outside 200 | Ceremony
Available | Outside Caterer Not Allowed | Outside Liquor Not Allowed | Average Price $$

Desert Botanical Garden | 480.481.8159 | 1201 N. Galvin Parkway, Phoenix, AZ 85008
The Garden offers six breathtaking wedding sites that embody the tranquility of the desert with natural
elegance. Exchange your vows in a beautiful outdoor or indoor venue, available for daytime or sunset
weddings for 5 – 250 guests. Max Inside 250 | Max Outside 250 | Ceremony Available | Outside
Caterer Not Allowed | Outside Liquor Not Allowed | Average Price $$

Different Pointe of View | 602.866.6397 | 11111 N. 7th St., Phoenix, AZ 85020
Poised 1,800 feet above the Valley, we offer guests breathtaking views, outstanding cuisine, and
superb service from our highly trained staff. The mountaintop location and floor-to-ceiling windows
provide a stunning view of the desert landscape, Arizona’s brilliant sunsets, and the city’s twinkling
lights in the distance after the sunset. Max Inside 225 | Max Outside 225 | Ceremony Allowed | Out-
side Caterer Not Allowed | Outside Liquor Not Allowed | Average Price $$$$

Venue at the Grove | 602.456.0803 | 7010 S. 27th Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85041
If you are looking for a unique garden setting for your ceremony/reception in the Arizona desert that
is only 15 minutes away from downtown Phoenix, look no further! Venue at the Grove is located on a
2 and a half acre pecan grove that truly provides a unique experience. Max Inside 140 | Max Outside
250 | Ceremony Allowed | Outside Caterer Allowed | Outside Liquor Allowed | Average Price $$$

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201H8oliday Calendar

JANUARY FEBRUARY JANUARY 1 New Year’s Day
1 Kwanzaa (cont. from Dec.)
15 ML King Jr.’s Birthday Observed
29-31 Phoenix Open (cont. into Feb.)

FEBRUARY 1-4 Phoenix Open (cont. from Jan.)
4 Super Bowl Sunday (in Minneapolis, MN)
MARCH APRIL 14 Valentine’s Day
16 Chinese New Year
19 President’s Day

MARCH Spring Break + Spring Training
9-11 NASCAR
MAY JUNE 11 Daylight Savings Time Starts
17 St. Patrick’s Day
25 Palm Sunday
30 Good Friday
31 Passover (cont. into Apr.)

APRIL 1-7 Passover (cont. from Mar.)
1 Easter, April Fool’s Day
6-7 INDYCAR
22 Earth Day

MAY 13 Mother’s Day
28 Memorial Day
JULY AUGUST

JUNE 17 Father’s Day

JULY 22 Parents’ Day

SEPTEMBER 3 Labor Day
9 Grandparents’ Day
SEPTEMBER OCTOBER 10-11 Rosh Hashanah
19 Yom Kippur

OCTOBER 8 Columbus Day
20 Sweetest Day
28 Mother-in-Law Day
31 Halloween

NOVEMBER 4 Daylight Savings Time Ends
6 Election Day
NOVEMBER DECEMBER 9-11 NASCAR
11 Veteran’s Day
22 Thanksgiving

DECEMBER 3-10 Hanukkah
25 Christmas
continued 26-31 Kwanzaa (cont. into Jan.)
31 New Year’s Eve

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2019
Holiday Calendar

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JANUARY FEBRUARY JANUARY 1 New Year’s Day, 1 Kwanzaa (cont. fr Dec.)
21 ML King Jr.’s Birthday Observed
28–31 Phoenix Open (cont. into Feb.)

MARCH APRIL FEBRUARY 1-3 Phoenix Open (cont. from Jan.)
MARCH 3 Super Bowl Sunday (in Atlanta, GA)
5 Chinese New Year
14 Valentine’s Day
18 President’s Day

Spring Break
Spring Training
9-11 NASCAR
10 Daylight Savings Time Starts
17 St. Patrick’s Day

APRIL 1 April Fool’s Day
14 Palm Sunday
MAY JUNE 19 Good Friday
20-27 Passover
21 Easter
22 Earth Day

JULY AUGUST MAY 5 Cinco de Mayo
JUNE 12 Mother’s Day
27 Memorial Day

16 Father’s Day

JULY 4 Independence Day
28 Parents’ Day

SEPTEMBER 2 Labor Day
8 Grandparents’ Day
30 Rosh Hashanah (cont. into Oct.)

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER OCTOBER 1 Rosh Hashanah (cont. from Sept.)
9 Yom Kippur
14 Columbus Day
19 Sweetest Day
27 Mother-in-Law Day
31 Halloween

NOVEMBER NASCAR
3 Daylight Savings Time Ends
NOVEMBER DECEMBER 5 Election Day
11 Veteran’s Day
28 Thanksgiving

DECEMBER 23-30 Hanukkah

25 Christmas

26-31 Kwanzaa (cont. into Jan.)

31 New Year’s Eve

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2020
Holiday Calendar

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JANUARY FEBRUARY JANUARY 1 New Year’s Day, Kwanzaa (cont. fr Dec.)
20 ML King Jr.’s Birthday Observed
25 Chinese New Year
27–31 Phoenix Open (cont. into Feb.)

MARCH APRIL FEBRUARY 1-2 Phoenix Open (cont. from Jan.)
MARCH 2 Super Bowl Sunday (South Florida, FL)
14 Valentine’s Day
17 President’s Day

Spring Break
Spring Training
NASCAR
8 Daylight Savings Time Starts
17 St. Patrick’s Day

APRIL 1 April Fool’s Day
5 Palm Sunday
MAY JUNE 8-16 Passover
10 Good Friday
12 Easter
22 Earth Day

MAY 5 Cinco de Mayo
10 Mother’s Day
25 Memorial Day

JULY AUGUST JUNE 21 Father’s Day
JULY
4 Independence Day
26 Parents’ Day

SEPTEMBER 7 Labor Day
13 Grandparents’ Day
19-20 Rosh Hashanah
28 Yom Kippur

SEPTEMBER OCTOBER OCTOBER 12 Columbus Day
17 Sweetest Day
25 Mother-in-Law Day
31 Halloween

NOVEMBER NASCAR
1 Daylight Savings Time Ends
NOVEMBER DECEMBER 3 Election Day
11 Veteran’s Day
26 Thanksgiving

DECEMBER 11-18 Hanukkah
24 Christmas Eve
25 Christmas
26-31 Kwanzaa (cont. into Jan.)
31 New Year’s Eve

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Wedding
Gowns

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left: L’AMOUR BY CALLA BLANCHE
Style LA8103 | This figure hugging cut
accented with an illusion deep V-neck
has short capped sleeves finished in
stunning lace. Bodice is also available
lined upon request.

right: L’AMOUR BY CALLA BLANCHE
“Jessica” Style LA8104 | Luxurious
ivory lace over light nude lining has a
bodice highlighted with a deep plunge
and is available lined upon request.

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ArizonaBridalSource.com left: MOONLIGHT COUTURE
Style H1361A | This mermaid gown
has re-embroidered lace on the net
style gown covered in crystal and
pearl beading. The unlined form fitted
bodice has a V-neckline front and an
illusion deep V-back with spaghetti
straps.

right: MOONLIGHT COUTURE
Style J6581A | This fairytale gown is
all about layers and layers of tulle with
all over lace for the unlined bodice
and spaghetti straps on the front of
the gown crisscrossing in the back all
the way down to your waist.

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ArizonaBridalSource.com left: JUSTIN ALEXANDER
Style 8920 | This allover chantilly
lace gown has hand-placed beaded
embroidered lace appliques.

right: JUSTIN ALEXANDER
Style 8927 | This silk dupioni ball
gown has a deep V-neckline, spa-
ghetti straps, deep V-back, hidden
pockets, and a bow on the back as the
only embellishment to this simple, yet
elegant style gown.

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ArizonaBridalSource.com left: JUSTIN ALEXANDER
Style 8933 | This satin mermaid gown
is accented with an apron skirt of tulle
and organza for a dramatic ending.

right: JUSTIN ALEXANDER
Style 8953 | This English net and tulle
deep-V neckline has hand-placed
beaded lace appliques with a pleated
waistband.

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Wedding Timetable

12 to 24 months m I nterview & schedule a trial run with your hair-
stylist, makeup artist, and nail technician (take
m Select rings with your fiancé
photos)
m Announce engagement

m Schedule engagement photography 4 to 6 months
m Plan engagement party (if having)

m C all local newspaper for guidelines on m Decide on new living arrangements

publishing engagement pictures m O rder invitations, announcements, & personal

m Discuss budget with your fiancé & families stationery (order at least 25 extras)

m Interview & hire a wedding planner m P repare easy-to-follow maps & directions to

m C ompile guest list – have your fiancé include with your invitations

do the same m M eet with caterer to confirm the menu, beverage

m D etermine size of final guest list, 70%-75% service, & all details

average to attend m Select a baker to create your wedding cake

m C ompile names, addresses, & phone numbers m Buy wedding rings & order engraving

of the guest list m M eet with fiancé’s parents to plan & reserve

m M eet with ceremony officiant – check date rehearsal dinner site

& time availability m A rrange accommodations for out-of-town atten-

m M eet with reception facilities – check date dants

& time availability m R eserve a block of rooms for out-of-town guests,

m S elect wedding date & time – consider work have several price options

schedules & holidays m H ire a specialty company to brand and produce

m D etermine the type of wedding – formal with your out-of-town welcome bags

a seated dinner, or less formal with a buffet m V isit florist with color swatches to finalize the

m D ecide on color scheme, wedding theme, selection of flowers

or style m D esign & print ceremony program, menu cards,

m Select wedding party place cards, etc.

m Choose & reserve wedding & reception site m S elect honeymoon destination & confirm plans

m I nterview & select the women’s attire & with travel agent (normally fiancé handles this)

accessories m Order passports, if needed

m I nterview & hire ceremony/cocktail/reception m Decide on wedding favors

musicians, photographer, videographer, caterer, m I nterview & hire a company to handle releases

bartender, florist, photo booth, live event artist, for ceremony or your departure/grand exit (white

caricature artist (check references & the Better doves, butterflies, bubbles, sparklers, glow sticks,

Business Bureau) or fireworks)

m Interview & hire a premarital counselor 2 to 4 months
m S ign up for required classes with your church

(if necessary) m C ompile list of people you would like invited to
m Create your wedding website your bridal shower

6 to 12 months m A ddress wedding invitations – consider a profes-
sional calligrapher

m Plan ceremony & reception music m R eserve rental items umbrellas for shade, heaters

m I nterview, hire, and take dance lessons for your for cold

first dance m M ake sure you have a Plan B for inclement weath-

m R egister for your bridal registry, honeymoon er, if you need to reserve a tent for rain, umbrellas

registry and/or home registry for shade, or heaters for cool weather

m I nterview & select the men’s attire with your fiancé m Purchase gifts for attendants & each other

m Discuss gown colors & styles with all mothers m R eserve transportation for you, fiancé, the wedding

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party, & parents, if necessary, hire valet parking m C all guests who have not responded to invitation
m S elect a responsible person to handle guest book
m E xperiment with hairstyles and makeup changes
m P urchase shoes, and have dyed to match & determine its location
m O rder props, signs, and check pinterest for ideas
1 to 2 months
1 to 2 weeks
m M ail invitations six to eight weeks prior to your
wedding (check the weight of your invitation m G ive final count to the reception facility, caterer,
before mailing it with all of your enclosures, maps, bartending service, & florist
etc., to make sure invitations are not delivered
to guests with “postage due,” or returned for lack m R emind men to pick up their formal wear & to try
of adequate postage) on to check the fit

m C onfirm all details & arrangements with all con- m G ive musicians all final music selections
tracted services m G ive master of ceremonies all announcements to

m P ick up wedding rings, check engraving, & sizes be made during evening with the time of schedule
m C all insurance agent to include wedding rings in of events. Make sure for grand entrance, give the
exact order of who will be walking in with whom, &
policy pronunciation for difficult names
m F inalize plans with photographer, & give them a list m O btain necessary forms to change names for
Social Security card, charge cards, driver’s license,
of pictures you would like to have taken car registration, insurance policies, business cards,
m A rrange final fitting for gown stationery, employer records, voter registration,
m M ake plans to get marriage license with fiancé utility companies, wills, property titles, leases,
m S chedule all details & quantities of appointments deeds, stocks, bonds, government agencies, pass-
ports, loans, mail delivery, subscriptions, pension
needed with hair stylist and makeup artist, confirm plans, club memberships, & bank accounts
time needed for you and your wedding party m C onfirm rehearsal plans with ceremony officiant,
m P amper yourself with a massage & a facial ceremony location, & your attendants
m A rrange bridal luncheon m C onfirm all details with every service you have
m S elect reception decorations: flowers, centerpiec- hired. Inform them of any changes
es, rental items, lighting, & favors m M ake a detailed schedule of wedding day & give a
m P urchase ceremony accessories: unity candle, copy to each person in wedding party at rehearsal
candle holders, tapers, ring bearer pillow, flower m P ack for honeymoon
girl basket, box for holding cards, sand & sand m I nquire about ATMs near honeymoon site
vases for unity sand ceremony, wine box engraved m P ick up wedding rings
m P urchase personal accessories: garter, guest keep- m S tart packing things to take to rehearsal & the
sakes, engraved toasting glasses, engraved cake ceremony, remember your wedding day emergen-
knife and server cy kit. Have a list of contents in each box, & if you
m R eview procedures for ceremony lineup, proces- take something out, remember to account for it
sional, & recessional m A rrange for someone to take all gifts from the
reception to your new home
m P urchase gifts for wedding party and parents
Wedding Day!
2 to 4 weeks
m E at something, since it will be a long day
m I nvite wedding party & guests to rehearsal dinner m M ake sure headpiece & veil make it to your hair
& confirm date, time, & location
appointment
m D ecide on seating assignments for rehearsal m W ear an embroidered button up shirt so you don’t
dinner & reception
mess up your hair or makeup
m O rder place cards, escort cards, and menu cards m M ake sure nails are done in adequate time for
from calligrapher
drying
m C onfirm wedding party transportation & arrival & m M ake sure you allow plenty of time for makeup to
departure times
be applied
m M ove belongings to new home m S tart dressing at least one-half hour before you
m S end announcements to local paper
m C onfirm lodging for guests with hotels start taking pictures.
m R ecord gifts once received, write thank-you notes m R emember to relax and enjoy your day!

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m M ake arrangements for gown cleaning & preser-

vation.
m M ake arrangements for floral preservation

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• A re you able to have your ceremony, cocktail • D o they include heaters or umbrellas, charge
reception, and dinner and dance at the same you for rentals, or do you have to rent on
property, and how does that flow? your own?

• W hen do you get access to the facility for • I f you need a tent, do they rent the tent,
setup? or do you?

• W hen does the event end, and is overtime an • D efine inclement weather.
option, if so, how much?
• I s there valet parking, and what is the fee?
• H ow many events would they have on site in
one day? • I f the property has a preferred vendor list, are
they truly “preferred vendors,” or are these
• I s there a noise ordinance? vendors paying a fee to be listed as a preferred
vendor?
• Is the location accessible to handicap guests?
• A re you able to bring in your own vendors?
• W hat is the refund, cancellation, and change of
date policy? • W hat is included in the price of the reception
site and get a detailed breakdown per item with
• A re you guaranteed to not have your location(s) any additional optional charges.
changed once booked?
• D o you need to purchase event insurance?
• I f you don’t like the linens, chairs, china, or crys-
tal, may you rent your own, or do they offer an • I s the reception site zoned and licensed to have
upgraded package? If so, what are options? events vs. being a home rental only?

• I f an outdoor area, what is Plan B for • I f you are inviting kids, do they have booster
inclement weather? seats and high chairs?

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• I s there a get ready room for the bride if you are • F ind out if your menus are ++ inclusive (includ-
having your ceremony on site? When do you ing) or exclusive (excluding) of tax and gratuity.
get access to the room so you may start getting
ready with hair stylist and makeup artist? • W hat is the gratuity percentage, and is that per-
centage guaranteed?
• I s there a get ready room for the groom if you
are having your ceremony on site? When do • W hat is the sales tax percentage?
you get access?
• W hat is the staff to guest ratio?
• W hat are the room rates for your guests, and
do you receive a complimentary wedding night • H ow many staff/servers will be focused on
stay? preparing the food vs. service of the food?

• G et everything in writing with an itemized quote. • D oes your caterer use experienced staff/servers
who have worked with their company repeti-
Catering Questions tively, or do they hire temporary personnel?

• I s the caterer available for your target wedding • W ill your caterer set your tables, chairs, linens,
dates? crystal, china, and flatware for everyone to eat?

• W ill the caterer set up and service your food to • D oes your caterer have tables, chairs, linens,
guests, or just deliver? crystal, china, and flatware for you to rent, or do
you have to rent your own?
• W hat types of service does the caterer offer?
(i.e., Plated, Buffet, Stations, Carving Stations, • W hat are the hours included in the price for
Butler Passed Hors d’oeuvres, Desserts and Pas- the caterers to deliver, set, serve, and strike
tries, Specialty Coffee, Late Night Snacks, etc.) (breakdown)?

• W hat are options for kids’ meals, vegetarians, • W hat is the percentage the caterer prepares for
vendor meals, and other dietary restrictions? food over your guest count?

• W hat non-alcoholic beverages may we choose • D oes your caterer specialize in wedding cakes,
from, and how are these served? pastries, and desserts?

• W hat is the minimum food and beverage reve- • I f not, is there a cake cutting fee?
nue requirement?
• D oes your caterer have set menus, or may your
• Y ou may see or hear ++ (known as plus tax and menu be customized?
plus gratuity).
• W hat is the refund, cancellation, and change of
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• W hen may you arrange your menu tasting, • W ho provides the liquor, and what kind?
what is included, what is charged, and what
may you taste? • W ho provides the champagne?

• W hat do the head captains and servers wear? • W ill the wine and beer be chilled, and how?
• I s the caterer licensed and insured?
• A re you able to be an additional insured on • W ho will pour the champagne toast?

their policy? • W ho will pass the wine at the table?
• D o you need to purchase special event insur-
• W ho will take drink orders at the table?
ance?
• G et everything in writing with an itemized • W ill there be a tip jar on the bar?

quote. • W hat is included in the price?

Bartending Questions • W hat does your bar setup look like?

This normally applies if your bartending • H ow many bartenders will be provided
company is a separate company from based on “x” expected guests?
your caterer, yet may there may be some
overlap. • W ill the bartender have servers to butler pass
drinks to alleviate congestion at the bar for the
• D o you have to rent glasses, or are bar glasses first half hour of your cocktail reception?
included?
• W hat do the bartenders wear?
• W hat are the options for the champagne, beer,
wine, and mixed drink glasses? • I s the bartending company licensed and
insured?
• I f not renting glassware, do you provide plastic
cups? • A re you able to be an additional insured
on that policy?
• W ho provides the ice?
• W ho provides straws? • D o you need to purchase special event
• W ho provides the juices, and what kind? insurance?
• W ho provides the mixers, and what kind?
• W hat is the refund, cancellation, and change of
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• H as the bartender completed Arizona’s alcohol
seller training program called Title 4 Training to
serve responsibly and stay within the law?

• G et everything in writing with an itemized
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Wedding Cakes
& Desserts

Besides being a creative masterpiece, your
wedding cake should taste incredible.

Items to take to Wedding RobertsCatering.net
Cake Tasting

Wedding Gown photo
Bridesmaid Dress photo
Bride’s Floral Bouquet photo
Wedding Cake Photos
Fabric swatches
Guest Count w/Dietary Restrictions

(Gluten Free, Lactose Intolerant)

Items to Review with Your Baker

Guest Count/Size of Cake
Budget
Shape
Flavors
Fillings
Icing
Cake Stand (size of bottom tier of cake

dictates cake stand size)
Cake Topper (weight and size here are important,

if choosing fresh florals who brings and
positions, your florist or baker?)
Weather (Summer in Scottsdale, AZ
vs. Winter in Sedona, AZ)
Cake Table Size & Linens
Cupcakes, Cake Shots, Cheesecakes, Desserts,
and Pastries
Dessert Table Size & Linens
Rental Items
Delivery, Setup, and Doors Opening Time
Cake Box for Leftover Cake or Cake Top
Groom’s Cake
Favors for Guests

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SCHEDULE
YOUR CAKE

TASTING
APPOINTMENT

IN ADVANCE

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2018
Top Wedding Songs

CEREMONY PROCESSIONAL A Thousand Years | Christina Perri
Bridal Chorus | Wagner You Are the Best Thing | Ray LaMontagne
Canon in D | Pachelbel Make You Feel My Love | Adele
Claire de Lune | Claude Debussy I Won’t Give Up | Jason Mraz
Arioso | J.S. Bach Amazed | Lonestar
Trumpet Voluntary | J. Clarke Let’s Stay Together | Al Green
Largo, from Xerxes | Handel Marry You | Bruno Mars
Air on the G String | J.S. Bach Like I’m Gonna Lose You | Meghan Trainor & John
Trumpet Tune | Purcell Legend
The Wedding Song (There is Love) | Peter, Paul & Mary Then | Brad Paisley
Ave Maria | Schubert Can’t Help Falling in Love | Elvis Presley
Jesu, Joy of Man’s Desiring | Bach Ribbon in the Sky | Stevie Wonder
Panis Angelicus | Andrea Bocelli Everything | Michael Bublé
Marry Me | Train Bless the Broken Road | Rascal Flatts
Wherever You Will Go | Charlene Soraia Wanted | Hunter Hayes
A Thousand Years | Christina Perri Hey Pretty Girl | Kip Moore
River Flows in You | Yiruma My Best Friend | Tim McGraw
Over and Over Again | Nathan Sykes Love Never Fails | Brandon Heath
One Call Away | Charlie Puth The Way You Look Tonight | Frank Sinatra
Runaway | The Corrs Can You Feel the Love Tonight | The Lion King
Beautiful in White | Westlife Love Me Now | John Legend
You and I | John Legend Beauty and the Beast | Ariana Grande & John Legend
One Call Away | Charlie Puth
CEREMONY RECESSIONAL Hold On | Michael Bublé
Wedding March | Mendelssohn Die a Happy Man | Rhett Thomas
Hornpipe Water Music | Handel I Don’t Dance | Lee Brice
Trumpet Tune and Air | Purcell Falling in Love with You | Elvis Presley
Ode to Joy | Beethoven Lucky | Jason Mraz
Four Seasons Spring Allegro | Vivaldi
Beautiful Day | U2 FATHER | DAUGHTER DANCE
You Are the Best Thing | Ray LaMontagne Butterfly Fly Away | Miley Cyrus & Billy Ray Cyrus
We Found Love | Rihanna I Loved Her First | Heartland
One Love | Bob Marley My Wish | Rascal Flatts
I’m Yours | Jason Mraz Cinderella | Steven Curtis Chapman
I Feel Good | James Brown Daddy Dance With Me | Krystal Keith
Marry You | Bruno Mars I’ll Be Your Man | Zac Brown Band
I Do | Colbie Caillat Daddy | Abby Anderson
Don’t Stop Believin’ | Vitamin String Quartet You Are the Sunshine of My Life | Stevie Wonder
My Girl | Temptations
FIRST DANCE Wind Beneath My Wings | Bette Midler
You and Me | Lifehouse Daddy | Beyoncé
Perfect | Ed Sheeran My Little Girl | Tim McGraw
Say You Won’t Let Go | James Arthur In My Life | The Beatles
Love Me Like You Do | Ellie Goulding Isn’t She Lovely | Stevie Wonder
Thinking Out Loud | Ed Sheeran The Way You Look Tonight | Frank Sinatra
All of Me | John Legend What a Wonderful World | Louis Armstrong
Without You | David Guetta ft. Usher Butterfly Kisses | Bob Carlisle
Make You Feel My Love | Adele How Sweet It Is | James Taylor
At Last | Etta James

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Stand By Me | Ben E. King Despacito | Justin Bieber, Luis Fonsi Heaven | Julia Michaels
You’ve Got a Friend | James Taylor & Daddy Yankee One Foot | WALK THE MOON
Sweet Pea | Amos Lee Unforgettable | French Montana Dangerously | Charlie Puth
It Won’t Be Like This for Long There’s Nothing Holdin’ Me Back | Say My Name | Alex & Sierra
Shawn Mendes Rewrite the Stars | Zac Efron &
Darius Rucker Slow Hands | Niall Horan Zendaya
Daddy’s Angel | T. Carter Now or Never | Halsey Sick Boy | The Chainsmokers
Remember I Told You | Nick Jonas Can’t Stop the Feeling | Justin
MOTHER | SON DANCE Praying | Kesha Timberlake
Isn’t She Lovely | Anthem Lights Silence | Marshmello & Khalid This Is What You Came For |
You Raise Me Up | Josh Groban Glorious | Macklemore & Skylar Grey Calvin Harris & Rihanna
All to You | Scott Keo Feel It Still | Portugal, The Man Cupid Shuffle | Cupid
The Perfect Fan | Backstreet Boys What Lovers Do | Maroon 5 & SZA Cha Cha Slide | DJ Casper
What A Wonderful World | Louis Meant to Be | Florida Georgia Line & Don’t Stop Believin’| Journey
Armstrong Bebe Rexha Sweet Caroline | Neil Diamond
A Song For Mama | Boyz II Men Havana | Camila Cabello September | Earth, Wind & Fire
Blessed | Elton John Bedroom Floor | Liam Payne
My Wish | Rascal Flatts Wolves | Selena Gomez & RECEPTION | SLOW SONGS
In My Life | The Beatles Marshmello Stay With Me | Sam Smith
Through the Years | Kenny Rogers Female | Keith Urban The Climb | Miley Cyrus
A Song for My Son | Micki Viereck Tip Toe | Jason Derulo & French Say You Won’t Let Go | James
Have I Told You Lately | Rod Stewart Montana Arthur
It’s Your Song | Garth Brooks Stranger Thing | Kygo & OneRe- Ruin | Shawn Mendez
Angels | Randy Travis public I Won’t Give Up | Jason Mraz
Stand By Me | Ben E. King Wait | Maroon 5 You Are the Reason | Calum Scott
Wind Beneath My Wings | Bette Find You | Nick Jonas & RAMI Rush | Lewis Capaladi
Midler Lights Down Low | MAX & Gnash Perfect | Ed Sheeran
I Will Always Love You | Whitney He Like That | Fifth Harmony Amazed | Lonestar
Houston Hold On | Chord Overstreet A Thousand Years | Christina Perri
Because You Loved Me | Celine Dion Him & I | Halsey and G-Eazy Lucky | Jason Mraz & Colbie Caillat
Child of Mine | Carole King Tell Me You Love Me | Demi Lovato First Dance | La La Land
Never Be the Same | Camila Cabello This Town | Niall Horan
CAKE CUTTING Perfect | Andreas Moss Love Me Now | John Legend
Cake by the Ocean | DNCE In the Dark | Camila Cabelo Say You Won’t Let Go | James
Sugar | Maroon 5 My My My! | Troye Sivan Arthur
Best Day of My Life | American All the Stars | Kendrick Lamar & SZA Bella’s Lullaby | Twilight
Authors For You | Liam Payne & Rita Ora Unchained Melody | Righteous
Sweet Pea | Amos Lee Do Right | Glades Brothers
Cut the Cake | Average White Band She Loves Control | Camila Cabello You and I | Michael Bublé
L-O-V-E | Nat King Cole Capital Letters | Hailee Steinfeld & Bless the Broken Road | Rascal
I’m Yours | Jason Mraz BloodPop® Flatts
You Are the Best Thing | Ray Only One | Carlie Hanson I Cross My Heart | George Strait
LaMontagne Finesse | Bruno Mars & Cardi B Come Away With Me | Norah Jones
The Way I Am | Ingrid Michaelson Smoke Clears | Andy Grammer Can’t Help Falling in Love | Elvis
How Sweet It Is | James Taylor OMG | Camilla Cabello & Quavo Presley
Lucky | Jason Mraz You Can Count On Me | Ansel Someone Like You | Van Morrison
Happy Together | Turtles Elgort & Logic Wanted | Hunter Hayes
Sweetest Thing | U2 Say Something | Justin Timberlake & God Gave Me You | Blake Shelton
Sugar Sugar | Archies Chris Stapleton Like I’m Gonna Lose You | Meghan
Better Together | Jack Johnson River | Eminem & Ed Sheeran Trainor
Échame La Culpa | Luis Culpa & Thinking Out Loud | Ed Sheeran
RECEPTION | UPBEAT SONGS Demi Lovato Remember When | Alan Jackson
Without You | Avicii So Far Away | Martin Garrix, David Let’s Stay Together | Al Green
Lot to Learn | Luke Christopher Make You Feel My Love | Adele
Attention | The Weekend Guetta, Jamie Scott, & Romy Dya All of Me | John Legend
Ritual | Marshmello FRIENDS | Anne-Marie &
Blame | Calvin Harris Marsmello
Believer | Imagine Dragons Think Before I Talk | Astrid S

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