Ceremony prelude: "Jesu, Joy of Man's Desiring," by J.S. Bach, performed by a string quartet.
Cocktails: "The ceremony music was very traditional, so we wanted our cocktail-hour music to have more personality," says Vané. She created a CD of upbeat jazz tunes like "Voodoo Queen," by Jambalaya Brass Band, a nod to Chad's home state of Louisiana.
First dance: "Something," by the Beatles, performed by a band.
Father/Daughter dance: "La Cumparsita," by Gerardo Matos Rodriguez. "My dad and I had only ever danced together once before—at a friend's wedding—so I knew we should do something outrageous," says Vané. "We went with a tango! Everyone thought we had rehearsed for weeks, but we just made it up as we went."
Mother/Son dance: "The Man You've Become," by Molly Pasutti.
Extra touch: To honor her family's heritage, Vané made a CD of Armenian and Arabic dance music to play at the reception.