How You Can Personalize Your Wedding Music

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Your wedding day will be an exclusive event for you and your partner! Therefore, each detail should be personalized. From the linens that you choose to top your tables, to the blooms that will comprise your centerpieces and bouquets, each detail should be unique to you and your big day.

Keep These Wedding Reception Music Basics in Mind

In addition to your elements of décor, you can personalize your wedding music too!

Here at Black Tie Productions, we believe that every wedding should be one of a kind! That’s why we have gathered some ways in which you can personalize your own wedding music. Would you like to discover what these ways are? If so, be sure to continue reading:

  • A Unique Walk Down the Aisle. Making your grand debut down the aisle during your wedding ceremony will be one of your most exciting wedding moments! You can add some personalization to yours by choosing a unique song as an alternative to the traditional Wedding March, such as All of Me by John Legend.
  • A Festive Recessional. Your wedding recessional is an incredibly celebratory moment! After all, you just married your soulmate. Instead of showcasing a silent walk back down the aisle, amp up the moment with a song, such as Signed, Sealed, Delivered by Stevie Wonder.
  • A Farewell to Your Guests. You will certainly have a wonderful time dancing the night away at your wedding reception! However, the festivities will eventually come to an end. You can bid farewell to your guests with a last dance. For yours, showcase a tune such as Time of My Life by Bill Medley and Jennifer Warnes.

Tips for Choosing the Right Wedding Ceremony Music

Creating a one of a kind big day is of importance! These are just a few of the many ways in which you can personalize your own wedding music. To book your wedding DJ in Flint, please contact us here at Black Tie Productions. In addition, we can provide your big day with beautiful up-lighting and a fun photo booth in Flint, Michigan.

 

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