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Every wedding has some degree of music. To make this a memorable part of your wedding and reception you need to do some planning to make sure everything goes off without a hitch. The best way to do this is to create a worksheet from which you can work. This will help you know what type of music you need for each occasion, the time the music will need to start, the actual song chosen, and the name of the musician and/or vocalist.

There is no reason to stress over the process since a worksheet will take all the guesswork out of the process. The table below is a great sample of what you might use for your own wedding and reception:
  • Event for Music to be Played.
  • Time to Begin.
  • Music Selection.
  • Musician and/or Vocalist.
  • Before ceremony when guests are being seated.
  • During the processional.
  • Entry of the Bride.
  • During ceremony Music being played of vocalist singing.
  • After the ceremony - Bride and Groom walking down the aisle.
  • Guests leaving the ceremony.
  • Receiving line Background music.
  • During dinner Background music.
  • Bride and Grooms first dance.
  • Bride and Father dance.
  • Guest dancing.
  • Cutting of the cake.
  • Tossing of the bouquet.
  • Newly married couple leaving the church.
By following the worksheet, you will eliminate any last minutes problems because everything is planned. With this type of plan, the dancing can typically begin a little ahead of schedule. As soon as the newly married couple has completed their first dance and the parents and attendants have completed theirs, then the guests can get up on the dance floor and start having fun.

You want to choose a variety of music so that everyone will find a song they want to kick their heels up to. For example, mix some Tango with Waltz, some Salsa with Rumba, and some Two-Stepping with Line Dancing. You might also think about having one type of music as the primary type and then have several instructors hired to show guests how to dance to it. This is great fun and the guests will love it.

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