Category Archives: Wedding Recessional

7 Reggae Seating of the Mothers Songs That Moms Will Love

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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You will find great wedding songs for all parts of your wedding ceremony from 11 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.

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7 R&B Prelude Music To Kick Off Your Ceremony

Wedding prelude songs are music to welcome your guests as they arrive to the ceremony. You can set the right mood by hiring a wedding DJ to greet family and friends with the appropriate songs for the occasion.

Playing rhythm and blues (R&B) at a nuptial sets a soulful mood. The genre is ideal for wedding preludes as it combines poignant tones from gospel, jazz, and blues.

Do you need suggestions? These selection should give you enough ideas to create your own playlist.

Stay With You by John Legend

You can trust John Legend to deliver the ideal wedding anthem. This song reflects on couples being together and staying through difficulties. “There will be heartaches and pains,” Legend sings. “But through it all, we will remain.”

This Is Love by Kelly Rowland

This sweet song describes what it’s like to be in love in a very poetic way. When Kelly Rowland sang out, “Can you describe the moment when two people fall in love?” It will help convey to your guests what you feel towards your significant other.

Marry Me by Jason Derulo

Weddings aren’t all tears and “I’ll Miss Yous.” This fun, upbeat song by Jason Derulo reminds everyone to celebrate a new, happy life for the couple. “Wake up every morning with you in my bed… That’s precisely what I plan to do.”

Angel of Mine by Monica

When I first saw you, I already knew.” How do you know he’s the one? Let this song do the talking for you. If this song reached Number 1 in the US Billboard Hot 100, it will also touch the hearts of your guests.

By Your Side by Sade

The song brings a happy and smooth beat that can curb the awkwardness between guests. Not to mention the poignant meaning behind the song as it talks about fighting for love through rough times.

Rest Of My Life by Bruno Mars

As I stand here before my woman.” Bruno Mars shows what loving forever is like between married couples. The song is a reminder and a promise to love someone for the rest of their lives.

All My Life by K-Ci & JoJo

This is one of the best romantic hits from the 90s you can request from your wedding DJ. Playing this song on the background lets you belt out on thanking God to have found the one you love.

Nowadays, prelude music doesn’t have to be overly romantic or old fashioned sentimental love songs. Couples can put their spin on it, makings sure it reflect their personality and story. R&B tunes can help them achieve just that.

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7 Country Processional Music For Walking Down The Aisle

If your heart is set on having country music for your processional, we’ve got you covered. On this list, we have seven wedding-worthy songs you can ask your wedding DJ to play for your ceremony.

God Gave Me You by Blake Shelton

If you’ve found that someone who has stayed with you through difficulties never let that person go. “The person that I’ve been lately ain’t who I want to be,” Country singer and Voice Coach Blake Shelton sings. “But you stay here right beside me.”

I Don’t Dance by Lee Brice

This song is perfect for both processional and first dances during the ceremony. “I don’t dance, but here I am, spinning you around and around in circles.” It has that romantic country vibe, but with a poppier vibe.

Love Story by Taylor Swift

Taylor Swift can add a little more romance and fantasy to your wedding with the song, Love Story. The start is paced just right for the processional and there are a number of other versions of it that you can choose from as well.

Making Memories Of Us by Keith Urban

I’m gonna be here for you from now on, this you know somehow.” The country song tells all with a promise of forever in your wedding day. If you want to announce your love and commitment to your spouse, you can convey that emotion with this song.

To Make You Feel My Love by Garth Brooks

This country classic will certainly touch everyone’s hearts, ensuring that they feel the love between you and your spouse. Garth Brooks’ version makes use of piano music to add an even more romantic flair to the music. It’s a lovely song that declares your start to forever with, “I could hold you for a million years to make you feel my love.

From this Moment On by Shania Twain

Another wedding classic, your guests will get to feel the moment as you walk down the aisle. The opening lyrics, “From this moment life has begun,” tells everyone that you’re ready to start a new future—and to make it a good one as well.

I Swear by John Michael Montgomery

Whether you’re listening to John Michael Montgomery’s version or All 4 One’s, no one can deny that this song is solemn and pure. When the singer croons, “I’ll be there for better or worse, ‘til death do us part,” it sounds like a vow already.

To make your wedding more memorable, ask your wedding DJ to add a few note-worthy country songs to the list. A romantic country spin during your processional will have guests moving with tears.

 

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You will find great wedding songs for all parts of your wedding ceremony from 11 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.

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7 Best Classical Brides Entrance Songs

7 Best Classical Brides Entrance Songs 

Are you planning on having your wedding in a church? If this is so, you’ll have certain limitations on what you can play for your wedding. Ask your wedding DJ to play it safe, without going too plain with some good ole’ classical pieces.

Classical music provides failsafe options for a traditional wedding. But it doesn’t have to be boring. If you don’t know how to choose, let this list of classical wedding processional songs inspire you.

Bridal Chorus by Wagner

The classic, “Here Comes the Bride” march, gives you that regal feeling of when God unites your union. It might be a popular piece of music, but given that there are a variety of versions available, you can choose one that suits your preferences the best.

Canon in D by Pachelbel

Canon is the most popular bridal entrance in weddings! This soft tune is a favorite classical melody is almost a must for ceremonies. Most couples change this piece to different versions to make it more refreshing. For instance, the rock guitar Canon in D is a crowd pleaser just as much as the original.

Midsummer Night’s Dream, Op. 61: IX. Wedding March by Mendelssohn

The trumpet sounds and blasts from violins in the intro will certainly add a grand statement to your entrance. Mendelssohn has created a rather heavenly piece of music that will surely place all the focus on the bride and the ceremony itself.

Ave Maria by Bach

Bach’s rendition of Ave Maria has a soft and pure tune perfect for bridal marches. If you can find an opera or wedding singer who can sing it for you, you’ll understand why it’s a top pick for an entrance.

The Marriage of Figaro, K. 492: Act I. Overture

If you want a more uplifting tune for your entrance, this piece would be ideal for a joyous celebration. It can set the right mood for everyone waiting for your arrival.

Clair de Lune by Claude Debussy

If you want something more subtle, but no less dreamy, then this is the song for you. It gives a light, almost floaty feeling to the ceremony. Adding a romantic touch to everything. Also, you can hear this classical track on slow dances between children and their parents.

Music for the Royal Fireworks by Handel

If you want a regal and grand entrance, Handel’s Royal Fireworks is a good choice to celebrate such a happy occasion. Or, you can use this piece for your recessional as well.

Do you want to stay conventional yet memorable with your choice of music? This classical playlist is what you can suggest to your wedding DJ.

 

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5 Christian Postlude Songs That Will Add Meaning to Your Ceremony

The wedding DJ plays the postlude music after the minister or pastor gives the benediction.  Imagine this: you and your sweetheart have just said “I Do” and have officially tied the knot. Now, you don’t want silence as you and your wedding party go out of the ceremony. Nor do you want your guests to leave without any music playing on the background. It could be awkward.

In most cases, the minister or pastor may only allow Christian postlude music. Your postlude should have as much flair and elegance as the other songs in your wedding music list. Don’t leave your postlude to chance. Check out these selections:

  1. Sebastian Temple’s “All That I Am” is a perfect Christian postlude. It is a dedication song—a promise of offering one’s life for the glory of God. The words, “All that I am…I do…I’ll ever have… I offer now to You” is a spoken commitment of the newlyweds in the form of song. What a great declaration, “Take and sanctify these gifts for your honor, Lord”. Simple and heartfelt—that’s what you want your postlude to be.
  2. A #1 on the Gospel Songs chart, the song “Close To You” is a duet by Bebe and Cece Winans. The siblings are American Gospel singers who have received many Grammy nominations and awards. The song is an affirmation that no one can undo what God has done for one’s life until the end of time. It is a song of the faithfulness of the Lord and the desire to be close to Him. This is a good choice to conclude a solemn ceremony.
  3. “Everything Glorious” is a song by the contemporary Christian band, David Crowder Band. The lyrics go, “The day is brighter here with You, the night is lighter than its hue…. You make everything glorious.” A great way to close the ceremony is through a song that declares the Lord makes all things splendid and beautiful. It won’t be just for the couple, but an inspiration for everyone in attendance.
  4. If you prefer a power ballad to rock the conclusion of your wedding ceremony, then choose “Honestly” by the Christian metal band Stryper. The lyrics are deeply touching and express commitment: “I will never betray your trust in me…I love you honestly”. It’s about human friendship—and friendship is one of the key ingredients to a great marriage. It is also a song about the love and faithfulness of God.
  5. In “Say Once More”, Amy Grant sings, “..time can’t erase this look of love on your face… my life will always be richer.. here with you..” You can consider this postlude as either secular love song or a love ballad to God. Let your wedding DJ play “Say Once More” if you are looking for a Christian postlude that doesn’t have explicit Christian lyrics.

 

There are more of these Christian postlude wedding songs in my book “Bridal Songs: Your Guide to Wedding Ceremony Music 2nd Edition.” There’s a whole selection of music for other parts of the wedding too.

 

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You will find great wedding songs for all parts of your wedding ceremony from 11 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.

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