You have probably heard (or been to weddings ) , where a DJ, in a misguided attempt emcee , spoke more than it should , with embarrassing results . However, an experienced wedding DJ will only speak when appropriate. ” Every time a DJ speaks , must have something important to say, you already planned beforehand.”
Myth # 2: The Bands take plenty of breaks .
A common concern about hiring a band is that every 40 or 45 minutes of music is established that will have 15 or 20 minute break , and music from an ipod Ref . Ask members of the band that their breaks are interleaved so there will be live music throughout the night . This way the guests will be entertained and the dance floor will always remain full, or interleaved with a good Dj to touch the genres that the band did not play .
Myth # 3: A DJ will be playing cheesy songs.
Worried that your DJ has his mind set on “YMCA ” and the Electric Slide, when you are thinking more along the lines of ” Brown Eyed Girl” and ” Unforgettable “? You do not have to be this way – your DJ wants to play what they want to hear , but you have to clearly communicate their tastes . Do not rely on words , as terms like ” dance music ” “rock ” and ” slow songs ” are vague and can be easily misinterpreted. To make sure you’re on the same page of music style , give you a play list and a list that does not want to play . ” Brides and grooms should be able to customize the playlist ,” says Dr. Drax . “People today have grown up with the choice and customization , and good DJs understand that. ”
The music sets the tone for the mood of the wedding. The ambience music should be in tune with the decor of the wedding.
Example: An a Plantation, Visualize with rustic decor and pastel colors.
I would recommend a Set of Instrumental Music, either Spanish guitar or Maybe, Bossa Nova.
For ambient music go in tune with the decoration. This is just one example, all depends on your preferences and tastes.
On the Other Side There Many Genres that go well with any decor, as is the Instrumental music Piano and Saxophone.
Another good idea might be singing your favorite music, or if they have soft romantic songs would be an excellent idea and a well would add personal touch to your wedding.
As you do realize Kenny G is not exactly the only thing you can acclimate your wedding.
You dare to suggest any particular genre for your wedding?
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