Early on, bride Dean mentioned that â€śThatâ€™s Us/Wild Combinationâ€ť by Arthur Russell would be the perfect choice, but that it wasnâ€™t the best tempo since it starts slow and then gets awkwardly fast. So she crossed that off her list of suggestions and left the decision up to Mike. When the DJ invited the couple to the dance floor, Dean couldnâ€™t put her finger on the music right away. But when the lyrics began, she could tell immediately it was a slowed down version of their beloved song.
The only point of stress for this bride was the first dance. Why? Because historically the groom wasn't much of a dancer. After a few denied requests at some semblance of a run-through, the newlyweds hit the floor blindly to Roy Orbison's "You Got It." "On the day of the wedding he came out with [quite a routine],"the bride said, rendering her utterly amazed.
At their wedding, Allison and Jacob entered the reception to "their song," "The Nearness of You," but then danced to Michael Buble's "Everything," which reminded them of their first summer in love.
David Clark and the Renegades played throughout the night as guests hit the dance floor.