What would a big day be without great wedding music? Your music will not only amp up your celebration, but it will provide great entertainment for your guests as they dance the night away, as well as set the perfect atmosphere.

The Basic Timeline for Planning Your Wedding Ceremony Music

Are you aware of the many wedding music trends that you can utilize to enhance your own big day?

Here at Bill Pence Music, we believe that every wedding should present exquisite music! That’s why we have gathered some of the top wedding music trends that you can present at yours. Would you like to discover what these trends are? If so, be sure to continue reading:

  • A Festive First Dance. Gone are the days where your first dance has to be slow and intimate! In fact, you can add some pizzazz to yours by choosing an upbeat song, such as Dancing in the Moonlight by Toploader. In addition, some choreography, spotlights, and even a fog machine will have you impressing your guests with your exclusive first dance.
  • A Diverse Playlist. Even if you and your partner only prefer hip hop music, this isn’t all that you should present at your wedding. Creating a diverse playlist is of importance! You will want to showcase music from all eras and genres, so that you can please the ears of all of your guests.
  • A Meaningful Appeal. With so many events that will take place within your wedding, such as your cake cutting ceremony and bouquet and garter tosses, know that you can add meaning to each of them. By choosing songs to complement these moments, you can add personalization to your big day! For example, consider choosing the song Single Ladies by Beyoncé for your bouquet toss.

How to Begin Planning the Music to Present at Your Wedding

Every wedding should showcase great music! These are just a few of the many wedding music trends of 2018 that you can showcase at your own wedding. To book your Folsom wedding DJ, please contact us here at Bill Pence Music. We look forward to being your wedding DJ in Sacramento, California.

 

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