Regardless of who you are and where you live, you will want your wedding day to be a magnificent event for all of your guests. Still, how do you create age appropriate music for your big day? We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
Make sure your ceremony music, reception music, and even wedding breakfast music are different. The ceremony music should put people in a good mood, but in a romantic way. The reception music should be all about partying and having fun. And if you plan on serving a wedding breakfast too, you should also make sure to play relaxing, feel-good music there too.
Furthermore, you should try to cater to every genre and musical decade there is. A bit of swing and jazz, a bit of Elvis, and even a bit of early 80s music can go a long way when it comes to making your parents and grandparents happy. And if you want to entertain a group of teenagers and young adults, Top 40s songs will generally be more than appreciated. However, do make sure your songs are not offensive for anyone – your grandma may not be so appreciative of Rihanna’s Work Work Work, for example.
Last, but definitely not least, it is very important to hire a DJ who actually knows how to work with a “wedding crowd” and its diversity. Experienced wedding DJs know how to play the best music, they know when to do it, and they know what to do to keep people on the dance floor – so yes, it is more than worth investing in the services of a real professional.
Still looking for that DJ? J&M Entertainment is here to provide you with wedding disc jockeying and entertainment services, so that both you and your guests have a really great time at your wedding. Contact us today and learn more about who we are and what we can do for your special day!