How to Plan Your Wedding Music for All Ages

Your wedding music will be the highlight of your wedding reception. Therefore, taking the time to properly plan yours is of importance! With people of all ages attending your big day, you will want to ensure that your playlist is not only diverse, but appropriate for all ages.

Do you know how to properly go about planning your wedding music?

Here at Black Tie Productions, we are honored to provide tips and inspiration for couples planning their big day! That’s why we have gathered some tips to assist you with planning your own wedding music to be appropriate for all ages. To learn what these tips are, be sure to continue reading:

  • Make Your Way Through the Decades. Each decade has its own music. So, with people of all ages attending your wedding, you will want to present music from each era. Make your way through the decades, from Frank Sinatra to Taylor Swift, to ensure that everyone hears songs that they like.
  • Consider the Lyrics. There are so many songs that unfortunately present foul language. Therefore, you should avoid presenting them at your wedding, or save them for the after party. With little ones and grandparents attending your big day, be mindful of the songs that you choose, and lyrics presented.
  • Avoid Undanceable Genres. The wedding music you present should have your guests wanting to hit the dance floor! However, there are some genres that could cause your guests to evacuate yours. Hardcore rap isn’t an appropriate genre to present, as it is not easy to dance to. In addition, heavy metal should be avoided, as you wouldn’t want your dance floor turning into a mosh pit.

You will want to ensure that your wedding music is planned to perfection! These are just a few tips to assist you with planning yours. To book your Flint wedding DJ, please contact us here at Black Tie Productions. We are ready to be your wedding DJ, as well as offer you gorgeous up-lighting and festive photo booths in Flint, Michigan.

 

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