Mistakes to Avoid When It Comes to Your Wedding Music

Your wedding music will be the base of your entertainment. From the moment your wedding begins, you can expect music to be present. Soft melodies, uplifting sounds; every song has a part to play in maintaining the right mood for your big day.

While music is a very powerful tool in creating an unforgettable wedding experience, there are still crucial mistakes that you will want to avoid.

Here at Black Tie Productions, we believe that every couple should have the opportunity to have their dream wedding. That’s why we have put together a few mistakes to avoid when it comes to your own wedding music. To discover what these mistakes are, be sure to continue reading:

  • Not Adjusting the Volume as Needed. The volume of your music will need to be adjusted for various events within your wedding. The atmosphere and event will determine the required volume, and it will help you maintain the best mood for your wedding events. So, from your walk down the aisle, to your bouquet toss, your DJ will know just the right volume to present.
  • Featuring Offensive Music. The lyrics within your music are just as important as every other detail within your big day. Be sure that the music you choose for your wedding isn’t offensive. For example, avoid music with harsh language. Also, if you are tying the knot in a religious venue, be considerate of the music that would be offensive to the religion and the music that isn’t allowed.
  • Allowing Silence. Your wedding is the soundtrack to your day, and can be used in every situation to add to the ambiance. Silence shouldn’t be allowed, even from the moment your wedding day begins. Music should also be featured thirty minutes before you begin your walk, as your guests find their seats.

Avoiding these mistakes can assist you in featuring the best music for your big day! Here at Black Tie Productions, as a wedding DJ in Flint, we can assist you in planning the perfect wedding entertainment for your special day. Please feel free to contact us today to book your Flint, Michigan photo booth, up-lighting, and DJ.

 

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