Saturday, July 2, 2011

Name that Tune

The music at your wedding is such a crucial part of your big day. It's important to put a good deal of thought into what music will be played, and more specifically which songs you choose for the traditional dances: father and daughter, mother and son, and of course, your first dance as a couple. Although these dances are not mandatory, they are quite common and it's a good idea to put some time and effort into making just the right musical selection. Here are some tips to get started.

1. Choose a song that has a special meaning for the two of you. Is there a song that always makes you think of the other person? Is there a song that you both really like? You these questions as grounds for possible song choices.

2. Choose a popular song with a good dance tempo. Some professionals suggest staying away from the more emotional songs that will only leave the two of you with tears in your eyes. If this sounds like you, then a song with an upbeat rhythm will let you enjoy each other's company without getting too sad.

3. Do some research. If no particular songs come to mind, then ask around. Your family and friends, or even Google can help you think of a perfect choice. Another great option is consulting your DJ for suggestions. Our friends at Ormond Entertainment will be happy to help you come up with a solution!  

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