It’s all in the details, and your music is going to set the tone for the rest of the night.
What are the most important songs for your wedding day? We have an Online Customer Request System where our brides can pick out all of the songs they want to hear for their wedding day. We can pick out most of the songs for your wedding day, but there are a few songs we don't want to choose! We know that your first dance and the sections below are important for you, the bride, to choose. Here is a breakdown of the most important songs of your wedding, and I'll explain the importance of each part. I even have included previous blog posts that goes into more detail PLUS a playlist(s) for each! Win, win!
The links in pink will take you directly to a playlist, and the pictures will take you directly to the blog post. Enjoy!
The processional is the entrance song for the bridal party into the ceremony. P.S: These songs below are a reader favorite, and would be a perfect choice for both the Processional AND the Bride's Entrance. It's an older post, but still generates tons of traffic and gets downloaded every day.
The bride's entrance is only the most important song of the ceremony! When all eyes are on you, what do you want to play in the background? I'd guess probably an instrumental song, am I right? Click on the picture below for even more playlists. The link below is huge on Pinterest with a variety of instrumental songs!
This is my favorite part of a wedding! The first dance symbolizes the first steps a couple takes together as husband and wife. Click on the picture below for even more playlists. The link below is a popular one with over 50 epic songs for your first dance from the timeless classics to today's hits, there is sure to be a song perfect for your first dance!
My other favorite dance at a wedding is the Father & Daughter Dance. There is no greater bond then the love a father has for his daughter. I always wonder what the dad thinks as he is dancing with his newly married daughter.
The garter toss is one of the oldest wedding traditions. These days, the garter toss is all about having fun. The guy who catches the garter is said to be the next one who gets married—however, at all of the weddings I’ve been to, most of the guys are *very*reluctant to catch the garter.