Choose Songs for Certain Events Within Your Wedding
Snuggled up on the couch, a few sweet treats sitting on your lap, and your favorite romantic film playing on television makes for a great night. With every sweetened bite, the anticipation of that first kiss builds. You know right away when the moment has arrived as the romantic music signals your tears of joy. This point in the movie is quite the tear-jerker, but if you think about it, the music really ups the effect.
Your wedding day is full of romantic moments like those featured in your favorite films. Adding a wonderful playlist that will complement your events will really add to your wedding day. As you and your partner make your way back up the aisle, as you cut the cake, there are so many instances where music will transform your touching moments into heartfelt memories that the movie industry would be jealous of.
Here at DJ Brock Weddings, we know the importance of a good soundtrack, even one specifically for your big day. If you need a little musical inspiration for your wedding, be sure to keep reading to learn more.
- Processional and recessional. Your walk down the aisle kicks off your big day. This is the moment you have been planning for, waiting for. It is the most important part of the wedding and the music should be planned accordingly. You can choose to keep it traditional with the wedding march, or find a romantic song that means a lot to you and your partner. And as you make your way back up the aisle, as newlyweds, what song will be the first you hear as a married couple? Following the traditional path, you can ask for “Eine kleine Nachtmusik” by Mozart, for a joyous exit. If you would rather a more modern approach, “Beautiful Day” by U2 may be your cup of tea.
- Cake cutting. The cake cutting ceremony is what you make of it. You can take a playful approach or keep it simple and sweet. This will determine what music would be best. For a fun and playful cake ceremony, perhaps “Pour Some Sugar on Me” by Def Lepperd would fit nicely, or “I Want Candy” by Bow Wow Wow, to play on the sweet aspect of your moment. If you prefer to continue the traditional theme, you can play “How Sweet It Is” by James Taylor.
- Bouquet and garter toss. All the single ladies line up for the much-anticipated bouquet toss. You can have them leaping to the lyrics of “Another One Bites the Dust” by Queen to add a playfulness to the air, or something leaning more towards traditional such as “Wishin’ & Hopin’” by Dusty Springfield. For the lucky men lining up to catch the garter, you can play a little something the boys will appreciate, such as the Indiana Jones Theme Song portraying them to be on an adventure for the garter. Keeping to lyrical music, “Whatta Man” by Salt-N-Pepper or “I Wanna Be Your Lover” by Prince.
To say that your wedding music is a big part of your entire appeal is an understatement. This is the soundtrack to one of the most crucial days in your life. Here at DJ Brock Weddings, our goal is to provide your big day with quality DJ services. If you are ready to discuss your Lake Tahoe wedding music, be sure to contact us today.
AUTHOR: Marketing Marriage
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