The importance of music at your wedding
Today, we will be discussing wedding music and why choosing the right personalized wedding music services in Sydney for your wedding is so important.
It’s amazing to see how this big thing can get overlooked in all the chaos of wedding planning. Then it becomes more of a chore when it comes down to it, just days before your wedding.
Don’t put off this crucial part of your wedding day. Get creative and think about your favorite songs.
We have divided a few of our favorites so you can pick your favorites or start making your own. You can find our top picks at the bottom. Happy selecting!
1 music can get you at ease
Music is so powerful. It doesn’t matter if you are married or not. I’m certain we have all thought about wedding songs at one point in our lives. Wedding music might be the most important playlist you make. It all depends on how important music is in your life. Music is something I love. Music can bring back the memories of the first time you met someone. Your wedding playlist can set the tone for your big day and bring back precious memories from family and friends who were there.
2 Music Makes the Impact
You’d think that the first and aisle songs are the standouts. These moments are crucial for people who are reminiscing, and both depend on music selection. Your entrance music should have a catchy opening. This could be the first chance guests have to see the bride or groom. The music should make an impact, but not too loud. You will need to make an entrance, regardless of whether you are being escorted along by your father or your spouse. Your guests will be able to hear the wedding entrance music and stand in anticipation.
3 Going Out with a Bang
You have done it! You may feel relieved to be finally married, or maybe you are thinking wow! You may be wondering what you will think about as you dance down the aisle together.
It is so much fun when the music speaks for itself! Your exit music should be upbeat and positive. It’s important to make sure you go out as a newlywed couple with a bang! Your music should reflect the joy you feel.
4 The First Dance
The first dance is the moment when the newlyweds get on the dance floor. This is a common tradition in both American and European cultures. If you’re having a Saturday extended luxe wedding, it usually happens after the meal. It also kicks-starts your wedding reception. The couple dances into their new marriage and the parents join them.
5 Music Over The Ages
Since the 16th century, music has been an integral part of wedding celebrations. However, I believe the role of music is slightly different. When I wrote this, I was curious and asked Nanna, a 90-year-old grandmother, about her 1958 wedding. Even after all these years, she still holds fond memories of the songs that she performed at her wedding. Music choices were limited when she was married. Music was mostly found on the wireless or, if you had a gramophone (or both), those coveted 78’s. If that fails, it was at the local dancing club.
Online streaming allows us to have unlimited access to wedding music, which gives nuptials a personal touch. If the couple can be creative and expressive with their song selections, the wedding music will be more customized. This makes the wedding memorable.
6 Songs Bring People Together
Music can bring people together and fill awkward silences that people leave when they are mingling around. We recommend that you have a milling playlist. This will help to create a positive atmosphere, ease any nerves and set the tone for your day.
7 Ways to get your guests to contribute
Sometimes, couples can get overwhelmed when it comes to choosing music. They don’t know where to start. The songs should be unique to you, but not too obscure that others don’t like them.
This is a great way to involve your guests. You can have them each choose a track and then intertwine them into your playlists so that everyone has a favorite song.
8 Different Genres for Different Times of Day
It is important to ensure that the music you choose for your wedding day matches the time of the day. You may need different music for the dinner than the evening. Slow music is probably not what you want to hear throughout the evening. You can create your own playlists that you can build over time. It’s almost like creating your own DJ station. As the evening progresses, you can build it into more party vibes.
Don’t forget the lovely smoochy tunes at the end to bring the euphoria down to earth.
9 Music is The Most Amazing Entertainer
Music is important because it keeps guests interested and engaged, while also helping to keep the day flowing smoothly.
Cote has an added benefit: We can play your Spotify playlists throughout the house through our Sonos speakers systems. This allows you to listen uninterrupted throughout your home.
10 Music Is A Memory Jerker
Music can trigger many memories that are often forgotten for years. We hear wedding guests often say, “Remember this!”
You can fill your dancefloor with a great track in seconds.
Music can evoke emotions and bring back old memories. This is why your wedding day is about new memories and new beginnings.
Choosing the wedding ceremony songs
Your ceremony playlist can be as serious or lighthearted as you like, but it cannot contain any references to God, Jesus Christ, Mary, or the Church. This is a civil ceremony and not a religious ceremony. The Registrars will review your song selections before you can use them on your wedding day.