Money-saving tips for hiring live musicians to play for your ceremony.
Not sure where to begin when it comes to your wedding music? Check out these basic guidelines to get you started.
Incorporate as little or as much music as you’d like on your wedding day. Here’s a synopsis of the basic parts of a wedding ceremony.
Some advice, and more importantly, some mistakes to avoid on when making music selections for the big day.
It’s not your mother’s wedding. Read how to find your own wedding music style.
Size definitely matters when it comes to choosing your ceremony musicians.
So “your song” isn’t exactly appropriate for a wedding. Here’s a way to include it anyway.
You’ll want to confirm the list of ceremony prelude songs ahead of time to make sure no one plays “Send in the Clowns” when your future mother-in-law makes her way down the aisle. Or maybe you don’t.
You’ve decided you’d like to go a more non-traditional route with your wedding. Here are some tips on how to choose the perfect music.
Check out these nine tips for choosing the perfect wedding ceremony musicians.
Consider these helpful tips if you’re planning to use a portable electronic device to provide your wedding music.
Savor one of the few moments you’ll have “alone” together on your wedding day by choosing a song that’s special to both of you.
If you’re trying to stretch your budget and still have the wedding reception of your dreams, here are some ideas to help keep costs down.
It’s about more than just a competitive price and an adequate song list. Follow these tips to ensure a worry-free reception and dance.
From Butterfly Kisses to I Loved Her First, here’s a list of the top father-daughter dance suggestions for that special moment.
Top picks for dancing with Mom on the big night, from The Beatles to Boys II Men.
You’ll want to approve the list of songs ahead of time to make sure You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’ doesn’t make it onto the play list.
Want your guests to get out on the dance floor and keep them there? These top 25 songs will get even your most reluctant uncles to boogie.