How to Create a Basic Timeline for Your Wedding Ceremony Music

Your wedding day will be comprised of many events! From your walk down the aisle until you bid farewell to your guests, know that each moment will be flowing smoothly due to the timeline that you have created.

However, have you given much consideration for the creation of the timeline for your wedding ceremony?

We believe that weddings should be planned to perfection! That’s why, here at Black Tie Productions, we have gathered some tips to assist you with creating a basic timeline for your own wedding ceremony music. If you would like to discover some great insight, be sure to continue reading:

  • The Arrival of Your Guests. The prelude is the time where your guests will arrive and begin taking their seats for your wedding ceremony. It is best to present music that is warm and welcoming, such as artists like Jason Mraz and Jack Johnson.
  • Let Your Bridal Party Lead the Way. You have chosen bridesmaids and groomsmen to stand beside you on your big day, as well as a flower girl and ring bearer. They will lead the way for you before you make your grand debut down the aisle. This time is known as the processional. For a traditional appeal, consider choosing a song such Canon in D by Pachelbel for their walk.
  • Your Grand Entrance. As the bride, you will want to make an impressive grand entrance! For yours, you could choose the traditional “Wedding March”. However, if you are seeking something more modern, consider the song All of Me by John Legend.
  • Just Married! After being pronounced newlyweds, you will make your exit back down the aisle. Known as the recessional, you will certainly want to complement yours with a celebratory song. Signed, Sealed, Delivered by Stevie wonder is a great option.

Your wedding ceremony will be such a festive event! These are just a few helpful planning tips for yours. If you are ready to book your wedding DJ in Flint, Michigan, please contact us here at Black Tie Productions. We also offer photo booths and up-lighting in Flint.

 

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