Finding the Perfect Music for your Wedding

By on January 13, 2015

When you are planning your wedding, one of the many portions of the ceremony that you will need to put focus on is the specific music that will be played at certain times. This music can be extremely important to both the bride and groom and it is best to come to an agreement on the music that will be played with your groom.

There are many different things that you should consider when you are selecting the music for your wedding. For example, the setting of your wedding may make a difference as to which music is allowed to be played. You may also need to consider the guests that will be in attendance and choose a selection that is suitable for them to hear. Regardless of your specific taste, it is a good idea to review the following tips before making your final decision on the music that will be played during your ceremony.

Consider the Venue

One of the most important considerations that you should make is where you will be getting married. Many churches require a certain style of music to be played and may request options that are religious friendly. You should get with your contact person at the church in order to determine what is allowed.

If you have not chosen a religious venue, it is likely that you will be able to have very few limits placed on the type of music that you have chosen. However, it is still best to select music that is not considered offensive so that the guests at your wedding do not feel uncomfortable.

Who will be singing the song?

It is also important to think about who you would like to sing the song. It is common for at least one solo artist to sing a song during a wedding and you should consider the person who you have in mind when selecting the music for them to sing. Make sure that they are comfortable singing the song that you have chosen and that it is an option that will work well with their voice.

Be Involved

If you have a wedding planner, it is likely that there are several areas of your wedding that do not require your personal attention. However, for this aspect, you will probably want to be personally involved because the music that is played during the ceremony can be very special to both the bride and groom. You should select music that is special to both you and the groom so that you will have the memories of your wedding whenever you hear the song in the future.

Conclusion

The music that is chosen for a wedding ceremony is something that should reflect the couple’s personalities and interests. It is intended to show how the couple feels about one another and to give them a moment to reflect on the day with one another. When you are ready to choose the perfect music for your wedding day, be sure to select music that will be memorable for both you and your new spouse.

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About Olga Pomeransky

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4 Comments

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    Geanie James

    January 14, 2015 at 7:41 AM

    At my son and daughter – in – laws wedding, they picked a selection of music that perfectly represented them and their personalities. They had created a soundtrack CD of their favorite songs over the years, and it played in the background during the reception. I thought it was a great way to get to know them better, and added a fun touch to the evening.

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      Amanda H.

      January 17, 2015 at 9:45 AM

      I agree with this tactic. Even if you have a small wedding, this is something that can be done to keep the crowd entertained throughout the night.

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    britnylora

    January 16, 2015 at 3:51 AM

    i love it perfect music for wedding

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    Gweyn

    January 17, 2015 at 9:46 AM

    I have been to weddings that had a poor setup for the music, but I think the location of the reception played a role in that.

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