Music

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To plan your wedding music more-or-less painlessly, it helps to start by tackling three big decisions on style before looking at sources for different sorts of wedding music - sacred versus secular, where you'll use music in the ceremony and what tone you want to set with your music.



That first special dance

We know taking the dance floor for the ceremonial first dance as husband and wife can be as nail-biting an activity as meeting the in-laws. Everyone you’ve invited will be watching and if you’re stepping on your bride’s white shoes or counting “one, two, three, one, two, three,” no one will be able to tell how happy you truly are. As they say in the old commercials, you never get a second chance to make a first impression.

What music at the reception?

The options available to you in choosing your wedding reception music are endless? How do you find out what's right for you and your guests? It's easy to assume that all bands and DJs are the same. Sadly, it's not that easy. Standards vary widely. The lists in the phone book are endless, so how do you find what's right for you?

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