Music is as much a component of a good wedding as food and drink. You can have a wedding without music, but it's likely it will seem a little quiet and dull. So whether you have a full live band, a string quartet, a DJ spinning tunes or recorded music from a boom box, it should be included.
We've all been to receptions that are standard - we welcome and celebrate the new married couple, watch them dance, and enjoy cake with them. But creative couples often enjoy coming up with fun games that include the entire guest list.
Including the guests is an excellent way to get people out of their chairs, meeting people they might not otherwise know and feeling like they are truly a part of the celebration, not just observers.
Even though online booking and searching has made life a lot easier, it can be difficult to trust a professional that you’ve found on the internet. That’s why we’re listing six ways to tell if your wedding DJ is the real deal…and not some guy who bought secondhand gear on eBay trying to make a quick buck.
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For many people, their wedding is the one day of their life where everything has to go perfectly. It’s a celebration that brings friends and families together, and it makes sense that you want your wedding to reflect the beauty of your relationship. So, it makes sense that your wedding has to have the perfect soundtrack. Right?
If you’re not a professional event planner, you might be feeling a little overwhelmed while planning your wedding.
It seems that every single component of a wedding involves choices. After choosing what kind of paper to put your invitations on, the color of the bridesmaids’ dresses (wine or magenta?), and catering (beef or chicken?), your brain might be feeling fried.