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a lady mix, a playlist

It's no secret here that we at Two Spoons are all about strong, independent women. From Gloria Steinem and Eve Ensler to Rosa Parks and Fannie Fern, the women who inspire us span genre, class and race. They are doctors, teachers, CEOs and technicians. They are accountants, volunteers and managers. They are the brides we photograph. 

Today, Two Spoons has put together a groovin' seventeen-track playlist by female artists we love. Join us in a musical celebration of women--whether it's yourself or a special someone. 

Now it's your turn!

Who are the women that inspire you? Share with us in the comments below! 

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if music be the food of love, a playlist

If you’re anything like us at Two Spoons, you know one of the best parts of a wedding is the food--and especially the cake! We've taken the opportunity to round up 13 food-lovin’ love songs to celebrate the delicious side of le amour, and for extra sweetness, we’re mixing in foodie photos we've taken from past events.

Grab a bite of your favorite treat and play on!

  1. Tupelo Honey” by Van Morrison She’s an angel of the first degree / She’s as sweet as tupelo honey

  2. Green Apples” by Chantal Kreviazuk You’re toast and jam / And you are cotton candy / You’re double rainbows / Beside a settin’ sun

  3. Morning Song” by Jewel Leave the dishes in the sink / Do not answer the door / It’s you that I adore

  4. Breakfast in Bed” by Train You’re the fastest race I ever led / You’re the finest bride I’ll ever wed

  5. Ice Cream” by Sarah McLachlan Your love is better than ice cream / Better than anything else that I’ve tried

  6. Strawberry Wine” by Deana Carter Year after year I come back to this place / Just to remember the taste / Of strawberry wine and seventeen

  7. Sugar, Sugar” by The Archies You are my candy girl / And you got me wanting you.

  8. Build Me Up Buttercup” by The Foundations I need you more than anyone, darlin’ / You know that I have from the start

  9. Wild Mountain Thyme” by Ed Sheeran Where the wild mountain thyme / Grows around the blooming heather / Would you go, lassie, go?

  10. Lay Lady Lay” by Magnet Why wait any longer for the world to begin / You can have your cake and eat it too

  11. A Woman’s Love” by Alan Jackson I have tasted / And I have wasted / A woman’s love

  12. Lilac Wine” by Jeff Buckley Lilac wine / Is sweet and heavy / Like my love

  13. Banana Pancakes” by Jack Johnson Maybe we can sleep in / I’ll make you banana pancakes / Pretend like it’s the weekend now

What did you think? Let us know if we left out a must-have food-lovers love song in the comments below!

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