Reggae Songs for Your Wedding Ceremony Postlude

Reggae Songs for Your Wedding Ceremony Postlude

Reggae Songs for Your Wedding Ceremony Postlude

Reggae Songs for Your Wedding Ceremony Postlude

Are you searching for Reggae songs for your wedding ceremony postlude? This week’s edition of the Wedding Ceremony Music Series brings you songs from the islands to be used for your wedding postlude. The postlude is the time immediately following the wedding ceremony recessional.

The amount of time needed for the wedding postlude varies for every wedding ceremony. Consider what you will be doing next as well as what you want your guests to do. Many couples choose to have their wedding receiving line at the beginning of the postlude allowing their guests to then move onto the cocktail hour setting.

Other couples may choose to have their formal pictures taken as the guests enjoys the cocktail hour and have their wedding receiving line later in the reception.  Other couples may choose not to have a receiving line at all. Check out the ‘To Receive, or Not To Receive’ article on my blog to learn more about wedding receiving lines.

To determine how many reggae songs you will need for your wedding ceremony postlude answer the following questions. Is the wedding ceremony and wedding reception in the same venue? In this scenario, your entertainer may segue into cocktail hour music after your guests have all arrived in the area for the cocktail hour.

Is your wedding ceremony and wedding reception in different venues? The postlude will last until your guests have left the ceremony area. If you choose to have a receiving line you will need enough songs to cover the time needed for everyone to go through the line.

Your wedding ceremony postlude is a joyous time. The warm glow of stating to the world that you are as one.

Reggae Songs for Your Wedding Ceremony Prelude

Your Love Is Your Love   Terry Linen

Little Birds                           Bob Marley

Hold Yuh                              Gyptian

Close to You                       Maxi Priest

Cottage in Negril               Tyrone Taylor

Electric Avenue                Eddy Grant

Say Hey                                Michael Franti

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