wedding

Could you imagine watching a movie without any musical soundtrack? Music is a key element in highlighting key moments, emphasizing drama, and furthering the romance. Without music, movies would just lack. Your wedding day is exactly the same!

Are You Aware of These Wedding Music Planning Tips?

Music should certainly be utilized throughout your big day. After all, you want to set the best atmosphere.

Here at Kentucky Pro DJ, we understand how important music is when it comes to a wedding. That’s why we have put together a few creative music ideas for your own big day. Feel free to continue reading to discover how you can enhance your nuptials with great sound:

  • Song Requests. With so many guests attending your wedding, it can be difficult to play each of their song requests. So, as an alternative, you can have your guests request songs by writing them down on a list for your DJ. Then, your DJ can refer to the list and choose songs to play from time to time.
  • A Song for Your Partner. Being able to dedicate a song to your partner is often overlooked by the happy couples. Maybe there was a song that you bonded over, but it wasn’t the right fit for any of your key wedding moments. You don’t have to go without presenting it on your special day. Dedicate a song to your new spouse, and they will certainly appreciate it.
  • A Game of Musical Tables. Instead of the standard “1, 2, 3”, you can name your tables after your favorite songs. When that song plays, the guests seated at that table can line up at the food table, buffet, or food stations. This will be a fun experience for your guests and can help keep your big day more organized.

Unique Songs for Your Wedding Ceremony

Music is a wonderful addition to a wedding! These music ideas can help you showcase originality on your special day. Here at Kentucky Pro DJ, as a wedding DJ in Lexington, Kentucky, we would be honored to present your big day with great music. Please get in touch with us today to book your Lexington wedding DJ.

 

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