How to Choose the Music for Your Wedding Ceremony
From your wedding entrance to your festive newlywed exit, music will play an important role in creating a romantic and festive setting for your nuptials! There are many ways in which you can use music to plan a custom wedding experience for you and your partner. After all, your once in a lifetime event deserves to showcase one of a kind music.
However, you may be struggling with choosing the music for your own wedding ceremony.
If this is the case, you shouldn’t fret! As here at DJ Brock & Steele Weddings, as Tahoe wedding DJs, we have gathered some tips to assist you with doing so. If you are all set to gain some helpful insight, be sure to read on:
- The Prelude. Before your ceremony even begins, your guests will be finding their seats. However, know that they should never be left in silence! Inviting music is a great choice for creating a festive environment for the nuptials ahead. Instrumental tunes are a great option. Or, consider music by artists such as John Legend or Jason Mraz.
- The Procession. Making an entrance is a great way to promote excitement for your guests! And, aa the bride, you will have your own procession, as will the wedding party. Think of what atmosphere you want to set for each. The wedding party can be an upbeat feel with the right songs, whereas the bride’s procession can be a more dramatic and epic moment.
- The Recessional. You and your partner are now newlyweds! This is an exciting time and should be matched with uplifting and cheerful music. This will also lead the way for your reception celebration, so your music should allow your guests to transition smoothly. A great song choice for the moment would be Signed, Sealed, Delivered by Stevie Wonder.
Your wedding ceremony deserves to showcase wonderful music! These are just a few tips to assist you with choosing yours.
If you are all set to book your wedding DJ in Lake Tahoe to present your own wedding music, please contact us here at DJ Brock & Steele Weddings. We are always honored to be a part of such wonderful celebrations, and would be pleased to be a part of yours of well.
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