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The Cake Cutting

The cake cutting is one of the most iconic moments of a wedding reception.  Most of the time it is announced and guests will gather around to watch the bride and groom cut the cake.  If you plan to save the top of your cake, you will cut a slice from the tier just below the top.  You will remove the piece of cake and then feed each other a bite.  Usually a song is played during this activity.  The cake cutting doesn't have to be announced and some brides and grooms who prefer to not be the center of attention will opt for it to not be. Should you decide that you want it announced you will need to pick a song to be played during the cake cutting.  The song can be whatever you like and most people pick a love song, usually a song with the words sweet, sugar, or candy in it.  You certainly don't have to pick a song that has those words in it.  


A moment like this, Kelly Clarkson
All my life, K-ci & Jojo
Baby I need your loving, Four Tops
Better together, Jack Johnson
Build me up buttecup, Foundations
Can’t help falling in love, Elvis Presley
Chapel of love, Dixie Cups

Crash into me, Dave Matthews Band

Crazy for you, Adele

Cruising together, Smokey Robinson

Cupid, Amy Winehouse

Cut the cake, Average White Band

December 1963, Four Seasons
Every little thing she does, Sting
From this moment on, Shania Twain

Good life, One Republic
Happy together, The Turtles
Hit me with your best shot, Pat Benatar
How sweet it is, James Taylor
How sweet it is, Michael Buble
I can’t help myself (sugar pie honey bunch), Four Tops
I swear, All 4 One
It had to be you, Harry Connick Jr.

Just one look, Doris Troy

L-O-V-E, Nat King Cole
Love and marriage, Frank Sinatra

Love story, Taylor Swift
Lucky, Jason Mraz / Colbie Caillat
Marry Me, Train
Pour some sugar on me, Def Leppard

Safe and sound, Capital Cities

Say hey, Michael Franti and Spearhead

Sugar, sugar, Archies

Sugar, Maroon 5
Sweetest thing, U2
When I’m 64, The Beatles
You are the best thing, Ray Lamontagne
You’re my best friend, Queen