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10 Songs for your Wedding Recessional. I love all of these fun, upbeat songs to play for my recessional and celebrate that we just got married!!!

10 Songs for your Wedding Recessional. I love all of these fun, upbeat songs to play for my recessional and celebrate that we just got married!

I like the idea of walking down the aisle with my daddy to an Elvis song. <3

LoveLoveLove these Unexpected Wedding Processional Songs - such a fun way to put a unique spin on your wedding 144 Swoon-Worthy Songs For Every Part Of Your Wedding Day

The perfect INSTRUMENTAL songs for your walk down the aisle. I love that guests will know the songs but it's an instrumental version instead! I'm totally walking down the aisle to #10!!!

The perfect INSTRUMENTAL songs for your walk down the aisle. I love that guests will know the songs but it's an instrumental version instead! I'm totally walking down the aisle to

Save money on a DJ by playing this simple playlist! Pre-Ceremony and Cocktail Hour Playlist! Other playlists to come! Reception Playlist and BEST Traditional dance songs!

Bride to Be Reading ~ Save money on a DJ by playing this simple playlist! Pre-Ceremony and Cocktail Hour Playlist! Other playlists to come! Reception Playlist and BEST Traditional dance songs!

Great for new parents! Easy things you can do starting today to add sensory enrichment to your daily routines. CanDo Kiddo

Great for new parents! Easy things you can do starting today to add sensory enrichment to your daily routines.

10 Things I Wish I Had Known Before Becoming a Mom / Parent Advice / Pregnancy / Planning for Baby / Motherhood / Mommy

10 Things I Wish I Had Known Before Becoming a Mom / Parent Advice / Pregnancy / Planning for Baby / Motherhood / Mommy

Use your activity gym to help your baby hold and chew toys. A simple activity gym hack from a pediatric Occupational Therapist to ease teething pain, and promote grasping skills and sensory development. CanDoKiddo.com

Help your baby chew, grab and explore with his mouth using toys you probably already have in your home. PLUS an important positioning tip from a pediatric OT to prevent flat head syndrome.