We’re all about choosing wedding music that suits you and your personality. Even so, there are some rules that should be not be broken, no matter how unconventional you want your wedding day to be.
- Quality. Regardless of what type of music you may want played, choose to work with someone who can provide you quality, in sound, the music, and the entertainment. This is a special day, invest in professionals.
- Pick Meaningful Music. Make sure to make time to sit down with your partner and plan out your important musical moments. Take the time to select songs that are meaningful to you as a couple for your first dance, procession and recession. You will also want to plan out songs for your father, daughter dance and mother, son dance if they apply to you. Check lyrics, trust us.
- It’s your day. Just because your mom loves the 80s and your in-laws are in love with Elvis, doesn’t mean you need to dominate your playlist with other people’s favorites. It’s okay to throw in a few songs as nods to your friends and family during the reception, but overall this day is about you and your partner so be sure to play music that speaks about you and your love story. Don’t get overwhelmed trying to please too many people.
- Don’t focus on just one genre. We want you to incorporate your favorite type of music into your wedding day – but when it comes down to it, focusing solely on one genre can be risky. You don’t want your guests getting bored. Mix things up. Pull from different genres and decades. When in doubt trust your wedding band to help you pick a playlist.
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