Reggae music during the seating of mothers and processional is quite uplifting. This should help your wedding DJ get everyone in a more playful and fun mood with a playlist consisting of reggae favorites.
If you don’t know what music to play, check out our suggestions below:
No Woman, No Cry by Bob Marley
The song is a powerful message to women as a reminder that no matter what happens in life, things will get better. It’s also the perfect track for moms and brides to welcome a new life after her daughter gets married.
She’s Royal by Tarrus Riley
Tarrus Riley’s song honors both mothers and brides on the special day. There’s one line that defines the women in your life: “She’s not afraid and ashamed of who she is.” It’s one quality to admire in a woman.
The Song My Mother Used To Sing by Dennis Brown
The song talks about the hustle mothers have to face every day and where children have to help them get by. You can play this song to show your mother gratitude for taking care of you.
Strength of a Woman by Shaggy
As the title says it all, this upbeat song is about respect and reverence of a woman’s grit. Shaggy’s fun tune brings resolve to deliver the line “So don’t you underestimate the strength of a woman.”
Thank You, Mama, by Sizzla
If you want to have a special song for your mother, this is the best track your wedding DJ can play. If you want to honor the top woman in your life, a little, “Thank you, mama, for the nine months you carried me through,” is perfect.
La-La (Means I Love You) by Alton Ellis
This classic reggae song is ideal for a unique dance processional. You can groove and sing along the easy tune. It also works well when you play it during the cocktail hour and dance sets.
Roots Woman by Jimmy Cliff
Songs by Jimmy Cliff always make people groove to the beat. Roots Woman reminds you that all brides in different shapes and sizes are worth the all love in the world.
Choosing songs for mothers during seating can be tricky. You need to honor the woman who brought you into this world in a way that conveys your emotions, without bringing the mood down with music that’s too emotional.
People requesting a wedding DJ to play reggae music always get a nod of approval from the guests. You can choose classic reggae hits or contemporary jams to get your audience dancing.
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