On your wedding day, you will walk down the aisle to music, celebrate as newlyweds within your reception, and have many moments where songs can be showcased. However, it is important to also remember that there will be events within your wedding where sound should be present as well, such as your wedding cocktail hour.
Your wedding guests will be mingling with one another as you and your bridal party are having your portraits taken. During this time, know that music will create just the right atmosphere for enjoyment.
We would be grateful to add an element of fun to your big day through music. That’s why, here at Black Tie Productions, we have gathered some music inspiration for your wedding cocktail hour. If you are curious to discover some songs that you should play, be sure to continue reading for some great insight:
- Feeling Good. Start the mood off right for your wedding cocktail hour with Feeling Good by Michael Buble. This upbeat song will have your guests tapping their toes, as well as reflect that you should be feeling nothing but good on such a celebratory day.
- All the Way. If you turn back time and play some classic songs, you can guarantee your guests will enjoy them! All the Way by Frank Sinatra is such a welcoming way to add some pizzazz to your wedding cocktail hour playlist. This song represents how it feels to truly be in love. What a great way to kick off your marriage!
- Better Together. Seeing as your wedding should represent nothing but the love that you share with your partner, Better Together by Jack Johnson is an ideal song choice to showcase within your wedding cocktail hour. There is nothing better than being with your partner, and this song depicts just that!
Your wedding cocktail hour is a time for your guests to relax and mingle before the festivities start! These are just a few songs that you can showcase throughout this event. If you are ready to book your Flint, Michigan wedding DJ, please feel free to contact us here at Black Tie Productions. We would be honored to provide your Flint wedding music, up-lighting, and photo booth.
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