In planning your wedding, do not forget to include in your list your wedding party music alongside with the list of songs you want to be played during the ceremony. Weddings without music are like cakes without icing.
Pamela Kazmierczak (owner of wedding-planning-101.com) is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees through advertising and linking to amazon.com.
On my pages you will find text links and photo links to amazon products as well as other programs I am an affiliate of. I also use other forms of advertising such as google adsense.
If you click to add or purchase an item through a link, I might earn a commission.
In every occasion, music is always present. It would be a dull and boring wedding if you haven't prepared your music selection. You didn't invite your guest just to eat; of course, you want them to have a good time, enjoy themselves and dance.
The wedding party dance is one of the most special components of the reception. In this part, all your guests are welcome to the floor to dance and enjoy the rest of the occasion. Even the person who is not into dancing will surely get into the groove if your selection is really awesome; so it is really a necessity to plan your wedding party music.
If you're having a hard time thinking what songs you will play during your wedding party, you can ask your friends or relatives to help you. You can also hire a disc jockey, but keep in mind that it's your wedding party music so every song in the selection will be approved by you and your loved one.
The songs that will be playing on the party should reflect and represent the newlyweds. You can opt for the traditional songs like Neil Diamond or David Pomeranz. You can even have modern music like hip hop, boy bands, and pop rock and even heavier rock music in your wedding party music selection. Whatever types of music that you're going to choose to play on the reception just make sure that the guests will enjoy them and make them want to hit the dance floor and swing to the tune.
A familiar song to everyone will make them more comfortable and confident to dance. An upbeat and lively song is a good starting song to get your guests on their feet. They'd want to unwind by dancing after a long, slow, and sentimental ceremony; and with a welcoming lively song coming from the speakers; everyone will surely love the party.
Aside from making your guests enjoy themselves while dancing; they'd also get to socializing by doing this. Having them on the dance floor also makes them keep their blood alcohol level to a minimum. Let them know that they can request their favorite songs to the DJ or band; this will make them more enthusiastic.
Music and wedding songs are excellent mood setters. A good wedding party music should have a meaning or related to the occasion, maybe about dates or the first kiss, any moment in a couple's life that is memorable.