Tips for Choosing the Right Wedding Ceremony Music

Music will be present throughout your entire wedding ceremony. As soon as your wedding guests arrive and begin taking their seats, your cocktail hour, the festivities during your reception, and when you jet off to your honeymoon, you can expect music to present.

After all, what would a celebration be without celebratory music to creative a festive atmosphere?

Here at Black Tie Productions, we believe that every wedding should present great music! That’s why we have gathered some tips to assist you with choosing yours. Would you like to discover some great insight? If so, continue reading to gain some:

  • Preparing for Your Ceremony. As you are getting all dolled up for your walk down the aisle, your guests will begin arriving and taking their seats for your wedding ceremony. This time, known as your prelude, should showcase warm and inviting songs, such as music by artists like John Legend.
  • Let’s Get It Started. Before you walk down the aisle, your bridal party will welcome you. If you are looking to showcase a modern and unique sound, consider choosing a song such as A Thousand Years by Christina Perri. Or, for a more traditional appeal, consider Canon in D by Pachelbel.
  • It’s Your Time to Shine. Your grand debut down the aisle should be spectacular! After all, this is your time to shine. For your march, consider a modern song, such as All of Me by John Legend. Or, you could choose the traditional tune, the Wedding March.
  • We Did It! Once you are pronounced newlyweds, you will make your way back down the aisle together, which is known as your recessional. A song such as Signed, Sealed, Delivered by Stevie Wonder is the perfect choice to complement the moment.

Have you started planning the music for your wedding ceremony yet? If not, these tips are sure to help! In addition, if you are ready to book your wedding DJ in Flint, please contact us here at Black Tie Productions. We also offer Flint, Michigan photo booths and up-lighting.

 

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