You have chosen your place. You have chosen your provider. The same applies to the photographer, cameraman, flowers, costumes and dresses. Although making this choice is relatively simple, instead of choosing the one that runs through the island, music for your wedding is perhaps one of the most underrated pieces of your puzzle, which is your wedding day.
No fabulous wedding is complete without a soundtrack.
The romantic atmosphere of this event can be maintained and improved using the right music, creating a cinematic sense. It also offers entertainment for its guests. This is not a party when there is no dance.
First you have to choose which songs to play in the program. An excellent starting point is the couple’s favorite song. Being the most important melody of the day, this song will sound right after the ceremony, and it will also be the main song when the couple dances at the reception. Also choose songs that are important for both the groom’s family and the bride. This is a family monumental event.
It is advisable that the songs you choose are familiar with the people you invited, so that the dance floor is never empty. While two different age groups participate in this event, keep in mind that both can appreciate and enjoy a set of melodies that go beyond decades and generations.
For a wedding dance, you can choose classic and modern sentimental love songs that correspond to the slow and gentle rhythm of the dance. To start the party, you can play faster songs: rock and roll of the 60s, disco 70, a new wave of the 80s and more modern dance songs.
You should also consider how the music will sound.
If you want to go bankrupt, hiring an orchestra or string quartet will definitely give your wedding a touch of class. A professional live band is a more popular alternative and can be universal depending on the band’s ability.
Hiring a DJ is another option, and is more flexible in different parts of your wedding program, from wedding dances to faster songs or just from background music, when your guests have lunch and mix. A professional DJ at a wedding is rarely disappointing.
For those with narrow pockets, you can find local talents and your community to play at your wedding. Friends, musicians, a church choir or group, or a school orchestra can play at your wedding for a fraction of what you discover for professionals.
If you want a little more or almost completely forgotten about music, technology offers the answer. All you need is a few cables, speakers and an mp3 player. This allows you to have complete control over the playlist, and prevent Macarenas from occurring.
Choosing the right music soundtracks for your wedding ensures that the most memorable celebration of your love looks and sounds perfect.