4 Ways Your Wedding Music Can Kill the Vibe
We all know how important music can be for a wedding – and we also know that it is essential to choose the right music for this very special moment in our lives. However, are you aware of the things music can do when it is not chosen correctly? If not, read on to find out which are 4 ways your wedding music can kill the vibe – keep them in mind and avoid these mistakes for your own Big Day!
• The lyrics are completely inappropriate. Before you choose a song for your first dance, wedding exit or for the cutting of the cake, make sure to take a very close look at the lyrics. Things can get quite awkward if you don’t understand the actual meaning behind the lyrics – and the last thing you want is a romantic song playing on the background of your father-daughter dance…
• The tempo is not what you want. Although you have complete freedom over the music you play at your wedding, the tempo of your chosen songs should be suitable for the moments at which they are played. For example, a down-tempo song could kill the vibe if it’s played as you enter your wedding reception.
• The songs are offensive. Your wedding is not the moment to play songs with dirty lyrics and meanings – especially since there are many guests who might feel actually offended by this. Leave these songs for the after party!
• The first dance song is way too long. Everyone loves first dances – but you should really make sure yours is not too long. Otherwise, the excitement of your wedding entrance can very easily grow dimmer. Keep your guests’ party mood high by choosing a first dance song that’s not too long!
Searching for a professional wedding DJ who can actually help you choose the best music for your Big Day? Contact DJ Brock Weddings and let’s talk about your wedding music! We guarantee we will provide you with the perfect soundtrack for your perfect wedding!
Photo source: flickr.com/ tmarsee530
AUTHOR: Bridal Marketing Group