Music Inspiration for Events Within Your Wedding Day

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There are so many events that will take place on your wedding day. So, it is only ideal that you complement them with the perfect songs! The cake cutting ceremony, first dance, garter toss; these are all moments that should be anything but silent. Don’t you agree?

However, which songs would be complement such special moments?

Every wedding moment should be unique and special! That’s why, here at Black Tie Productions, we have gathered some song inspiration for events within yours. Would you like to learn what these songs are? If so, be sure to continue reading for some great inspiration:

  • Your walk down the aisle. Making your grand debut down the aisle will truly be the big highlight of your big day. You can choose the traditional Wedding March for your journey. Or, you can add some personalization to your ceremony. For a more modern appeal, consider a song such as A Thousand Years by Christina Perri. Or, for a more bubbly sound, Is This Love by Bob Marley would be a great choice.
  • The cutting of the cake. Your wedding cake will be well anticipated by your guests. You can sweeten up the moment even more with the perfect song. For those couples who choose to smash, consider Hit Me with Your Best Shot by Pat Benatar. However, if you are seeking more romance, Sugar, Sugar by the Archies would be a fitting choice.
  • The festive tosses. The bouquet and garter tosses are such celebratory events within a wedding reception. You can add even more pizzazz to them with the right songs. For the ladies, consider Single Ladies by Beyoncé. For the gents, Hot in Herre by Nelly would be ideal.

Choosing songs for events within your wedding reception will certainly add personalization. These are just a few songs to inspire you. Are you ready to hire your wedding DJ in Flint, Michigan? If so, please get in touch with us here at Black Tie Productions. We are all set to be your Flint wedding DJ, provide you with elegant up-lighting, and even a festive photo booth.

 

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