It’s no surprise that your wedding ceremony will be the most important aspect of your big day. After all, it will be the moment where you vow your love to your partner, committing yourself to them for the rest of your life.
To make your “I do’s” even more special, you can choose to incorporate music into your wedding ceremony. However, are you aware of how to develop the sound for such a celebratory occasion?
Here at Black Tie Productions, we love enhancing a wedding ceremony with great music! That’s why we have gathered some tips to assist you in developing yours. If you are ready to learn what these tips are, be sure to continue reading to discover more:
- The prelude. Your prelude music should start about 15 to 30 minutes prior to the beginning of your wedding ceremony. Most often, classical music is provided. However, you can also choose some modern instrumental songs as well.
- The processional. Your wedding processional may include the seating of your parents and grandparents, followed by your bridesmaids and groomsmen, ring bearer, and flower girl. For this moment, you can choose a classic song, such as Canon in D by Pachelbel. Or, you can go a little more modern with a song such as A Thousand Years by Christina Perri.
- Your grand debut. As you make your way down he aisle, know that you can of course choose the traditional Wedding March as your song. However, if you would like to represent a more unique song, consider one such as All of Me by John Legend.
- Newlyweds. After being pronounced husband and wife, you will make your way back down the aisle. You can start your marriage off right with a festive song, such as Beautiful Day by U2.
With the right music, your wedding is sure to stand out from the rest. These are just a few tips that you can utilize to create a great sound for your big day. If you are ready to hire your Flint, Michigan wedding DJ, please feel free to get in touch with us here at Black Tie Productions. In addition, we offer lovely up-lighting and fun photo booths for your Flint wedding.
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