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First Dance Songs Played at Editors' Weddings

Martha Stewart Weddings, Fall 2010

When you take your first spin around the dance floor as husband and wife, all eyes will be on you -- and all ears will be tuned in to the music you've chosen. Consider this list of our staffers' own first dance songs:

Kate Berry, style director
"Stardust," by Hoagy Carmichael

Elizabeth Graves, editor in chief
"When the Stars Go Blue," by Ryan Adams

Talley Sue Hohlfeld, managing editor
"All That Heaven Will Allow," by Bruce Springsteen

Kelly Lack, senior editor
"Dancing," by Elisa

Darcy Miller, editorial director
"The Way You Look Tonight," by Steve Tyrell

Johnny Miller, photographer
"Louisiana Woman, Mississippi Man," by Loretta Lynn and Conway Twitty

Sarah Sims Erwin, senior associate design producer
"East of the Sun (and West of the Moon)," by Tommy Dorsey

Cara Sullivan, deputy editor
"The Blower's Daughter," by Damien Rice

Alison Vanek Devine, senior rights and archive manager
"What a Wonderful World," by Louis Armstrong

Carolyn Veith Krienke, senior art director
"Goldberg Variations," by Johann Sebastian Bach

Comments (1)

  • 17 Dec, 2010

    While a great song, I would suggest looking at the lyrics to "The Blower's Daughter" before using it as a first dance song...