A Wedding Without Music is Like…
I once read that apple pie without cheese is like a kiss without a squeeze.
I’m suggesting several similar sayings that will elucidate the importance of wedding music:
A wedding without music is like a brook without a babble.
A wedding without music is like Floyd without Pink.
A wedding without music is like summer without a breeze.
A wedding without music is like a movie without a soundtrack.
It’s like watching black and white TV.
It’s like Bee without the Gees.
It’s like Andy without Barney.
It’s like Romeo without Juliet.
Batman without Robin.
Adam without Eve.
Bert without Ernie.
Cheech without Chong.
It’s like Wallace without Grommit.
Marco without Polo.
Sonny without Cher. Strike that one.
Tea without crumpets.
Cereal without milk.
A wedding without music is like red beans without rice.
Thunder without lightning.
It’s like peanut butter without jelly.
Patrick without Spongebob.
Forest Gump without Jenny.
Bric without Brac.
Pete without repeat.
It’s like wishy without washy.
Pencil without an eraser.
Flotsam without jetsam.
Black without blue.
Ebb without flow.
Bees without honey.
It’s like me without you.
A wedding without music is like a sleigh without snow.
Flip without a flop.
Computers without cyberspace.
Snoopy without Woodstock.
Milk without cookies.
Spaghetti without meatballs.
A beach without sand.
Hot chocolate without marshmallows.
A wedding without music is like March without madness.
A county fair without cotton candy.
Beauty without the beast.
Night without day.
A wedding without music is like a thorn without the rose.
England without a queen.
A barber without a shop.
A wedding without music is like shortcake with no strawberries.
A glove without a hand.
Rocking without rolling.
It’s like a candle without a flame.
Ship without shape.
Cake without frosting.
Like a valley without a mountain top.
A wedding without music is like a birthday without candles.
A wedding without music is like Fort Knox without the gold.