When romance is in the air and your wedding features a beautiful ceremony, you’ll want the music to punctuate your event by adding memories and joy that your guests won’t soon forget. Music is one of the most important elements of your wedding and can set the tone for the entire evening. You’ll want your guests to have fun, enjoy their dancing, and sing along with the toe-tapping tunes that bring back reflections of days gone by. Let’s look at some tips for getting some energetic music for your wedding guests.
- Provide a variety of music. You’ll have a good mix of guests of varying ages, so providing music that appeals to different generations will help to make your reception a success. The band that you hire should be able to read and work the crowd so that they’ll stick around for the slower dances as well as the faster ones.
- You should be aware of what your audience likes. It’s important that you know the type of music that your family, friends, and colleagues like so that you can create a playlist for the band to look over before your reception event. If you don’t like any particular tunes, you can also let the band know which ones you do not want to hear – even if they are requested. Knowing tunes that people of all ages love can also be a great way to get a good crowd onto your dance floor early on.
- On your RSVP card, ask guests for their song requests. This assures you of having songs that are special to members of your reception party and that will get them up and dancing when they hear their requests being played.
- Remember your older guests first. The older guests at your reception may be the first to leave your party, so playing tunes that appeal to them is a thoughtful gesture. You want them to have special memories and to enjoy themselves just as much as your younger guests; attending to their requests and preferences as the reception begins is a good idea.
- Make sure that you keep the dance floor moving and shaking at all times. Your wedding party should be aware of different songs that are being played and the number of guests on the dance floor so that they can join the dancing if the action seems to be waning. People enjoy dancing when others are on the floor, so make sure some of your wedding party is dancing with the guests.
By doing some research ahead of time, you won’t be leaving anything to chance. Plan in advance, budget your band, and make sure you provide a variety of music for all of the age groups who will be attending your wedding. Once you have narrowed down your choices, you can begin the process of booking the band. For more information on the actual booking process, click here. Remember, you want your special day to be special for everyone.
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