Do I need music before the ceremony begins? Wedding TIps

This is a great question that most brides will ask me before their wedding takes place. A lot of couples will be quick to say that they probably do not need music before the ceremony.

This is probably not the best choice. When your guests arrive to your ceremony they are looking for a signal that says the ceremony is about to begin. If you have background music while your guests arrive then that lets them know that the ceremony will be starting shortly.

If there is no music, then you will probably have to get your guests rounded up before the wedding starts so that you can get them to sit down. With the music playing, this is their cue to go ahead and sit down  because the ceremony will be beginning shortly.

Of course as most of us already know, most weddings do not start on time! However, if you pick some great pre-ceremony music then your guests will be happy sitting and waiting for the bridal party, and of course for the bride to arrive and go down the aisle!

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Beautiful Spring wedding outdoors! Music Express your wedding experts!

Riley and Richard had a great outdoor Spring wedding. The ceremony was gorgeous and everything went as smooth as silk. Everyone had a great time! The announcements were incredible!

If you want a dj that knows how to help you have a great ceremony and reception, then you want Music Express.

 

The Hursts have a great wedding! Dance to “In the Mood”

We performed for the Hursts at their wedding reception. They had us take care of their ceremony and reception. Some of their children (grown up) were in the wedding. Everyone had a great time, and they all dance for hours to music ranging from jazz, big band, hip hop, top 40, rock and roll, etc.

They chose our silver package and were thrilled with our service!

 

 

 

 

The bouquet toss! When should this happen? Wedding tips!

Brides will frequently ask me this question: when is the best time to have the bouquet toss?

The answer to this question is simple. You should have the bouquet toss somewhere in between 30 to 45 minutes after dancing has been opened up for everyone. This means the toast has already happened, the cutting of the cake is done, the first dance has been completed, the father daughter dance is over, the mother son dance is done…and then 30 to 45 minutes later. You don’t want to wait too long because you want to make sure all your single friends have a chance to catch the bouquet! Use my tips to help yourself have a great wedding!

Bouquet toss!

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