Unique Song Options for Your Wedding Ceremony

Your wedding day will feature two main events, your heartwarming wedding ceremony and your festive reception. Each event will require its own ambiance. Music is the perfect way to create the right mood for your nuptials! However, yours should be unique to you and your partner.

Choosing unique songs for your wedding ceremony is a great way to ensure that your big day is an exclusive experience.

We believe that your wedding ceremony should be one of a kind! That’s why, here at Black Tie Productions, we have put together a few unique song options for your own wedding ceremony. To discover what these songs are, be sure to continue reading:

  • Parachutes by Coldplay. If you appreciate an alternative sound, choose to present Parachutes by Coldplay during your wedding ceremony. Your marriage is all about loving your partner, always, and that’s exactly what this song represents. So, if you want to add a dash of romance to your wedding ceremony, this song would be an ideal choice.
  • 1+1 by Beyoncé. Beyoncé has showcased many wonderful hits that can make a great addition to your big day. If you haven’t had the chance to listen to her song 1+1, you certainly should! It showcases that nothing is needed in life as long as you have the love of your partner, as that is what is most importance. What could be more heartfelt than that?
  • Everything Has Changed by Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran. Your life has certainly changed since you and your partner got together, there is no doubting that. But, change can be incredible, just as your romance is. Celebrate this happy change with the fitting song Everything Has Changed by Taylor Swift & Ed Sheeran.

Every wedding ceremony should be unique to the couple! These songs can make a wonderful addition to yours. Here at Black Tie Productions, as a Flint, Michigan wedding DJ, we are here to assist you in creating an unforgettable wedding experience. Contact us today to book your Flint, Michigan wedding DJ, photo booth, and up-lighting.

 

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