Grandparents' processional: Henry Purcell's Ground in F with Variations, arr. by Lucien Thomson, performed by the ceremony harpist.
Ceremony interlude: One of the bride's oldest friends sang "When I Fall in Love," by Nat King Cole. "It brought everyone to tears," remembers the groom.
Couple's reception entrance: "USC Fight Song," played by the DJ. "It was perfect, since we met our freshman year at USC," says Jennifer. "Plus, it grabbed everyone's attention."
First dance: "At Last," by Etta James. "Even though we're young, we dated five-and-a-half years before getting married," says Jennifer. "It felt like a lifetime."
Bouquet toss: "Girls Just Want to Have Fun," by Cyndi Lauper. "As a little girl, I watched the film Girls Just Want to Have Fun almost every day with my older sister," explains the bride. "It brings me home."
Cake cutting: "This Will Be (an Everlasting Love)," by Natalie Cole.