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Choosing specific songs is just as important to the success of your wedding and reception as having the right musicians and singers. Because you have an attentive audience enjoying your special day, be sure to pick music that is both personally meaningful and a pleasure for them to enjoy.

If your wedding is taking place in a church or synagogue, you will want to check with the minister or rabbi to see if there are any restrictions on the choice of music used. In general, it is best to choose a song for the lighting of the Unity Candle that is relatively slow and traditional but that also has a deep personal meaning for the couple.

At the reception, you have full rein to choose what you like, but keep in mind those who you would like to honor. For the bride and father dance and groom and mother dance, choose music that is from the parents era as a tribute to them. Some families have songs that are special because of a family connection with a holiday or annual ritual. If this is your case, you should include this music as well.

If you have a June wedding but the family has a special favorite song of White Christmas, go ahead and play it. Make it a special family moment by inviting brothers and sisters onto the dance floor with you. This will be something that the entire family talks about for years to come. Take time to discover special songs from parents on both the bride and grooms side. Ask what songs they danced to at their own reception and then incorporate them into your own wedding reception.

If the songs are from years ago and difficult to find, or songs that the band or DJ has never heard of, be sure to find samples of the music or sheet music several months in advance so they have time to rehearse. Just imagine the look of surprise and excitement on the faces of the parents or grandparents when they recognize special songs from their own past. Nothing will touch your parents more at your wedding than remembering their own.

If you have a talented friend, ask him or her to sing a song at the ceremony or reception. A serenade by someone special adds a personal touch to the evening and an unforgettable memory for you and your guests. If you and your new spouse are the ones with musical ability, think about singing to each other or for your guests. Beginning your newly married life with a shared song will be an unforgettable experience and one that you can perhaps pass on to your own children one day.

Music is a magical element of every wedding. The music is one of the special things that your guests will remember and by pulling together special songs to create a great moment for them is something that will be cherished for a lifetime.

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