Thursday, January 30, 2014

S is for Sweet Annie


The first time I heard this song I liked it.  The first time I saw this video I loved it.  

"Sweet Annie"is a song recorded by American country music group Zac Brown Band. It was released in August 2013 as the fourth single from the group's third major-label album, Uncaged. The song was written by Zac Brown, Wyatt Durrette, Sonia Leigh, and John Pierce. As of January 29, 2014, the single has sold 377,000 copies in the United States.


10 Reasons every Bride to Be should watch this video...

10.  Zac Brown Band is AWESOME.
I'm byass because I'm obsessed with the Zac Brown Band for years now.  Ever since my days of playing Chicken Fried on repeat at Toast (a little breakfast spot I used to waitress at).  They really capture the sound of modern country without being too Pop.

9. They used pews in a field. (View at :13 on above video)
This is a great idea to steal for all you Rustic Brides out there.  
(View at :13 on above video)

8. Her ring is unusual.
Who says you have to have Diamonds?  They may be a girls best friend, but not her only friend.
(View at :46 on above video)

7. Annie's outfit is rocker/country/boho chic.
The Bohemian feel with the headpiece accessory and black jewels is gorgeous. 
(View at :51 on above video)

6. Someone wore overalls.
Is it really a country wedding without a pair of overalls?  Check him out 1:43, you later realize he is the Officiant!

5. She rode in on a jeep.
Stay true to your roots, even on your wedding day.
(View at 1:51 on above video)

4. They have live musicians.
In a world so full of technology this is becoming more and more rare. I'm a sucker for live music and especially when you are walking down the aisle.
(View at 2:05 on above video)

3. The Checkered Dance Floor sets the stage for fun. 
(View at 3:38 on above video)

2. I could see myself dancing to this song at my own Wedding one day.

1. The lyrics are moving.
This song has a pretty deep meaning if you listen to the words.  Lot's of couples go through periods of time where one is ahead of the other.  He is asking her to be patient and give him time to grow to be the man she deserves.  Maybe our partner doesn't vocalize it through a song but they might need time too.  Remember, patience is a big part of love.

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Did you enjoy the song? Find any inspiration from the Video?  Would you play this at your Wedding?


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