The music actually create live to your wedding ceremony. Everyone looks forward to enjoying the lovely beat and having a fun and splendid time at the dance floor.
The dance floor is also where you enjoy a one-on-one period with your partner and show how much you rock as a bride.
This is why it is necessary to avoid some music mistakes that will actually affect you special day.
Some tips are here to guide you on the music mistakes to avoid for your wedding ceremony.
1. Playing Only Music You Like
Of course the day is yours and you want to listen to something you like, but know that people have varieties of tastes.
Hire a skilled band or DJ to play a great music that everyone will flow into.
2. Having Too Loud Music
As much as you want your wedding guests to enjoy the wedding music, you wouldn’t want them going home with a migraine.
Your band or DJ should avoid playing music too loud that the guests can hardly hear themselves at the wedding reception.
3. Playing Music Only At The Dance Session
Your wedding reception should be alive by music. This creates a lively atmosphere and continuous flow of the event. Do not limit the music to only the dance.
4. Not Creating A Schedule
Its best to work with your wedding planner to create a basic outline for the wedding ceremony so that the music can be played at ideal times.
5. Starting the Wedding Ceremony in Silence
Your wedding DJ or band should play the music at least twenty minutes to the start of your wedding ceremony. You wouldn’t want the early arrival guests to wait for the start of the ceremony in silence.
6. Choosing A Long First Song
Yes, your first dance has to be wonderful with a marvelous song but don’t let it last for more than five minutes. We know very well the wedding is all about you and your partner but also keep the wedding guests in mind.
7. Not Hiring Experienced DJ/Band
Your wedding day may not be as perfect as you want but it is your duty to make it almost perfect. This means hiring a skilled and experienced DJ/band that will give good music.
Victoria is a seasoned journalist and blogger. Her articles and stories have appeared in New York Times, Huffington Post and Slate. When she’s not about town checking out weddings, she enjoys her life as a happy wife and mother.
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