Song Request Cards


Scattered about our tables we had stacks of song request cards.  I loved the little premise that I ended up with of having song names that are actions for the headings on our cards.  Here are the headings we used:

Come on, let me Shake My Tail Feather to…

Shake it up baby, let’s Twist and Shout to…

We’ll be dancing, Shagging on the Boulevard if you play…

We’ve gotta Jump Jive An’ Wail to…

{Jessica Claire}

I inkjet printed on 3.5×5 Paper Source cardstock, rounded the corners, and voila!  Each song from the card titles above was played during the night too.  We had so many song requests that the DJ couldn’t fit them all in, so if you want your guests to participate this is the way to go.

Are you setting a playlist?  Letting your guests request songs?  Giving your DJ and band free reign?

Previously: Choosing My Venue, Out of Town Baskets, Do Not Disturb Signs, The Welcome Party (Part 1, Part 2), Welcome Party Wrap-Up, Lighting the Lawn and Porch, Bathroom Baskets, DIY Coat Check Tags, Ceremony Music, Our Same Day Edit Video, Getting Pretty, Getting Ready Part II, Portraits, The Ceremony, Ceremony Readings, Cocktail Hour Decor, DIY Wine Glass Charms, Time Capsule Guest Book, Cocktail Hour Entertainment: Blackjack, Reserved Signs, Embroidered Napkins, and the Cocktail Hour, Estate Table Centerpieces

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6 comments on “Song Request Cards

  1. elizabeth writes...

    @amr – right you are! that was very confusingly written so i just updated the post. each song request card header was played (jump, jive, an’ wail, etc), and as many requested songs as we could fit in were played too!

  2. I love this idea! We’ve been trying to come up with ways to make the wedding more interactive (it starts at 7, so I’m sure people will be getting restless come band time), and I think this will be a hit.

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