To help you plan your wedding we
have provided some basic information. This information
is only intended to provide ideas or suggestions and most
certainly does not represent your actual needs.
music DJ or band plays
appropriate music prior to beginning the ceremony
(walking down Isle) Pre-selected
music format for entrance of the bridesmaids
enters Music changes
to compilation as chosen by the bride
No music unless
requested. A p/a system may be required here
& Groom Sign Register Music
played lightly and is usually selected by the Bride &
couple exit church or hall Bride
and Groom may have pre-selected music. Often the
Wedding March by Mendelssohn is used
- Go for
background music if required
at reception The DJ
would keep watch for the Wedding party to arrive after
photos or ceremony
reception area Master
of Ceremonies introduces wedding party followed by the
Bride and Groom
line Light music often
played during the receiving line
Table seated All
guests seated at this time and called for dinner in an
orderly fashion beginning with the Head Table
Guests dine while
appropriate dinner music is played. Often
instrumentals, Jazz, Love songs, Guitar or Piano
- Cake Cutting - Desert These
may occur in different order and often allow about 45
minutes to one hour
Dance Song specially
selected by the Bride and Groom. Usually just the
Bride and groom dance to the first song
Dance The next songs
are quite interchangeable. The 2nd song is often
reserved for the Bride to dance with her Father but
having wedding party join in here is not uncommon.
Dance This could be
for immediate family, wedding party, parents or any
combination. Sometimes the dance floor is open to
everyone at this point.
toss Generally after
about 2 hours of dancing the music is interrupted for the
tossing of the Bouquet and Garter. All single
ladies are summoned to attempt to catch the Bouquet.
toss The Groom would
usually remove the garter from his bride then all of the
single men are requested onto the dance floor area.
Their task is to catch the Garter when it is thrown by
It is a tradition that the lady
who catches the bouquet and the man who catches the garter
should dance the next dance together. The DJ must
ensure that the music selected for this dance is appropriate
for all participants.
dance Some couples
like to select a specific "Last Dance."
This dance could be for specific guests or everyone.
a tradition of an "Arch" is used to escort the
wedding couple to the exit after the reception.
There are several very appropriate song selections for
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