Wedding Music Planning For Your Special Day

If wedding music Denver has is the Food of Love, how do you plan it for your Wedding?

The Wedding Planning experience can be both uplifting, and frustrating. It can often feel like, “the best, and worst of times,” to paraphrase Charles Dickens. There are so many decisions, and so little time.

This article will address wedding music Denver Entertainment, help you in your decision process, and hopefully reduce some stress.

Wedding Music Entertainment,…or not?

Unlike other aspects, Wedding Music Entertainment (Bands, DJ’s, Musicians) is not a “must have,” for your Special Day. It is truly an option.

So, first of all, do you desire Music of any type, for your Wedding?

If, “no,” you have one less decision to make, stop reading… and about that Dress!

If, “yes,” we have a bit of work to do: do you want music for your:

A) Ceremony
B) Cocktail Hour
C) Reception

A, B and C,….or just A, B, or C….. (there are nine possibilities here)

And if you chose any of the above, do you want Live Music (Musicians, Bands), or Recorded (DJ) Music?

Your Wedding Ceremony

Your Wedding Ceremony will undoubtedly be the most personal part of that Special Day.

Live Musicians are preferred for Wedding Ceremonies. They enhance the ambiance and emotional setting. And being human, as opposed to recorded Music, they can react quickly to changes in the environment.

So, first of all, do you desire Music of any type, for your Wedding?

If, “no,” you have one less decision to make, stop reading… and about that Dress!

If, “yes,” we have a bit of work to do: do you want music for your:

A) Ceremony
B) Cocktail Hour
C) Reception

A, B and C,….or just A, B, or C….. (there are nine possibilities here)

And if you chose any of the above, do you want Live Music (Musicians, Bands), or Recorded (DJ) Music?

Your Wedding Ceremony

Your Wedding Ceremony will undoubtedly be the most personal part of that Special Day.

Live Musicians are preferred for Wedding Ceremonies. They enhance the ambiance and emotional setting. And being human, as opposed to recorded Music, they can react quickly to changes in the environment.

For example, as Bridal Party members, enter and leave, a ceremony area, Live Musicians can very naturally alter the music tempo (speed, feel, etc.), to keep in sync with changing walking steps (older folks tend to walk slower, and young folks – especially when nervous, walk faster). Watching an accomplished Musician effortlessly perform this task is truly an art in itself. (experienced DJ’s can also do this electronically with recorded music, but it just does not feel as, “natural”).

Therefore, if you desire Ceremony Music of any kind, my suggestion, is Live Musicians (either solo, duo, or trio). And instead of the classic organ, you might want to try something different….flute, harp, piano, violin, cello, horn, or guitar.

Also, if someone in your family has musical talent, by all means, invite them to perform a song…it will become a much more memorable experience for you, them, and your guests.

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