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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

Pop Songs for your Wedding Interlude

Pop Songs for Your Wedding Interlude

DJ Jack 'Jacky B' Barros

DJ Jack ‘Jacky B’ Barros

Pop Songs for Your Wedding Interlude

Looking for Pop songs for your wedding interlude? Here are a few ideas to get your creative juices flowing. This week’s Wedding Ceremony Music Series article is about that part of the wedding ceremony that you may choose to add a unity ritual, such as candle lighting or mixing sand, also called  your wedding interlude.

Oh this has gotta be the good life
This has gotta be the good life
This could really be a good life, good life

Good Life One Republic

Hold me
Thrill me
Never never never (never let me go)
Thrill me, kiss me
Never never never let me go

Hold me thrill me kiss me Gloria Estefan,

if you do, say it now

here with friends and family

all around

If You Do Karen Taylor Good with Collin Raye

Near and far closer together
Everywhere I will be with you
Everything I will do for you
I love you always forever

Love You Always Forever Donna Lewis

Make of our lives one life,
Day after day, one life.
Now it begins, now we start
One hand, one heart,
Even death won’t part us now.

One hand one heart Glee/Various

This is my moment, This
Is my perfect moment with you
This is what God meant, this
Is my perfect moment with you

Perfect Moment Martine McCutcheon

I give you my word
I give you my heart
This is a battle we’ve won
And with this vow
Forever has now begun

This I Promise You           N’Sync

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Grooms Entrance Song Posts

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                Classic R & B Grooms Entrance Songs

Wedding Prelude Song Posts

                7 Great Country Wedding Ceremony Songs for the Prelude

                5 Fun Prelude Songs

General Wedding Ceremony Song Posts

                Pop Wedding Ceremony Music

                Traditional Wedding Ceremony Music

                Jazz Wedding Ceremony Music

                Christian Wedding Ceremony Songs

                Reggae Wedding Music

                Alternative Wedding Ceremony Music

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Grab your copy of Bridal Songs Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music 2nd Edition a one of a kind wedding ceremony music resource! Find the perfect song for your wedding celebration.

You will find great Pop wedding songs along with 10 other genres of music. You can find songs easily as the songs are listed by genre, artist and song title. The book details the different parts of the American wedding ceremony.

Bridal_Songs Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music

Bridal_Songs Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music

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Is there a song you would use for a Pop wedding ceremony?  Love to hear it. Place any suggestions in the comments.

 

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Rock Songs For The Brides Entrance

Rock Songs for the Brides Entrance

DJ Jack 'Jacky B' Barros

DJ Jack ‘Jacky B’ Barros

Rock Songs for the Brides Entrance

Welcome to Rock Songs for the Brides Entrance this weeks edition of our Wedding Ceremony Music Series.

I believe in a thing called love
Just listen to the rhythm of my heart
There’s a chance we could make it now
We’ll be rocking ’til the sun goes down
I believe in a thing called love

From I Believe in a Thing Called Love  by the Darkness

You’re everything I need and more
It’s written all over your face
Baby, I can feel your halo

From Halo sung by Beyonce written & sung by One Republic

This could be
Para-para-paradise
Para-para-paradise

From Paradise Sung by Coldplay

All aboard!ha ha ha ha ha ha ha!

Ay, ay, ay, ay, ay, ay, ay

Crazy, but that’s how it goes

Millions of people living as foes

Mayube it’s not to late

To learn how to love

And forget how to hate

From Crazy Train by  Ozzy Osbourne

She can make angels

I’ve seen it with my own eyes

You got to be careful when

You you’ve got good love

‘Cause them angels will

Just keep multiplying

From Angel by Jack Johnson

You look right through me

There was no one else

I sat beside you

And became myself today

Today

From Today by Joshua Radin

Waiting for a star to fall

And carry your heart into my arms

That’s where you belong

In my arms baby, yeah

From Waiting For A Star to Fall by Boy Meets Girl

Do You Want More Wedding Ceremony Song Suggestions ?

Other Wedding Ceremony Music Post Links

Brides Entrance Song Posts

                Rock Songs for the Brides Entrance

Wedding Processional Song Posts

                Adult Contemporary Wedding Processional Songs

Grooms Entrance Song Posts

                Modern Grooms Entrance Songs

                Classic R & B Grooms Entrance Songs

Wedding Prelude Song Posts

                7 Great Country Wedding Ceremony Songs for the Prelude

                5 Fun Prelude Songs

General Wedding Ceremony Song Posts

                Pop Wedding Ceremony Music

                Traditional Wedding Ceremony Music

                Jazz Wedding Ceremony Music

                Christian Wedding Ceremony Songs

                Reggae Wedding Music

                Alternative Wedding Ceremony Music

Want Even More?

Grab your copy of Bridal Songs Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music 2nd Edition a one of a kind wedding ceremony music resource! Find the perfect song for your wedding celebration.

You will find great Pop wedding songs along with 10 other genres of music. You can find songs easily as the songs are listed by genre, artist and song title. The book details the different parts of the American wedding ceremony.

Bridal_Songs Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music

Bridal_Songs Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music

Add Your Voice!

Is there a song you would use for a Pop wedding ceremony?  Love to hear it. Place any suggestions in the comments.

 

Want the Perfect Wedding Ceremony?

Click Here

Want the Perfect Wedding Reception?

Click Here

#weddingdj, #weddingreception, #weddings

Stop by Jacky B’s Wedding DJ Blog today!

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DJ Jack 'Jacky B' Barros

Jacky B’s Wedding DJ Blog

Worcester Area Professional Wedding DJ

Home to Jack Barros Worcester Area Professional Wedding Disc Jockey

Welcome to my blog! Here you can find great information and ask all of yur questions about wedding ceremonies and wedding receptions.

“Make sure you get your Free Wedding Insiders Guide”

The rest of my website tells all about me, I already know about me. I need to know about YOU! The more you share with me the better I can perform for you. This page and site is all about my brides and what you need and want.

Visitors and clients alike let me know what YOU want from a Wedding DJ website. Leave a comment below or on facebook if you’d like.

Currently on my the website you can

  • have your own client planning area
  • learn how to write your wedding vows
  • check out song lists
  • learn about how I became a professional wedding DJ
  • contact me multiple ways, whats your favorite
  • benefits of using a professional wedding DJ

future planned pages include song lists for the various formalities

and this blog

Here’s what to expect to see on this blog.

  • Articles on wedding related themes
  • Posts on upcoming & past weddings
  • Tips & Tricks that I’ve learned along the way
  • Guest posts on weddings
  • and whatever you asked me for that
  • I can possible provide
  • Periodic contests (I really like contests)

I’m going to work on a contest right now.

Tip of the day: For your wedding related contest entries get yourself a Google phone number and email address. You can set up the phone number so that when they leave a message you can read it in an email. Then once you’ve hired your vendors you can give them your current info.

I hope you find this site helpful. Check back often.

DJ Jack Barros Worcester Area Professional Wedding DJ

 

Wedding Tip about Receptions from a Boston Professional Wedding DJ

 

Just a quick tip from DJ Jack Barros a Boston Professional Wedding DJ! About where to set your wedding tables to create the perfect mood at your reception.

A recent past weekend I had the pleasure of playing music for Heather & James Macomber at Chamberlain Pavillion in Berkely, MA. Upon arriving at the venue I checked in with owner Jacqui Chamberlain to review the setup of the room and itinerary.

We walked into the Pavillion and her staff had started setting up the tables like in table setting 1 below. I was impressed that she immediatley instructed her staff to change the room to one similiar to Table setting number 2 below.

There are a few good reasons as to why she changed the layout of the room. A practical reason is that it is more efficient for guests and staff alike. More importantly wedding receptions are family reunions and your guests want to be able to talk. The close proximity of the tables allows for a more intimate setting.

One more good reason is that if you have a large dance floor in relation to the amount of people there is a loss of energy in the room. Most of us like to have other people around us when we dance and if there is to much distance we start to feel uncomfortable.

Tip of the day from DJ Jack Barros a BostonProfessional Wedding DJ, ladies is to have your wedding reception intimate and comfortable for your guests to be able to relax and have a good time by having the right table setup.

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