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
As your guests arrive and settle down before the ceremony, you want your wedding DJ to play background music to keep them entertained and happily waiting for the entourage to march down the aisle. There are no strict rules on what music to play right before your wedding ceremony, but the songs should be appropriate
You have just been declared as “husband and wife” – it’s time to celebrate this new status. Put a twist to your wedding music by choosing contemporary recessional songs. When you get married inside a church or a house of worship, you might only be allowed to play Christian songs. If your wedding venue is
One of the most pivotal points of a wedding ceremony is the time when the bride walks down the aisle. But the groom should have an impressive entrance too. The groom is usually the first to march down the aisle. And so, the grooms entrance music is the first thing that the guests usually hear.
The Last Dance of Your Wedding Reception Hello my name is Jack Barros, a Boston area professional wedding DJ and author of Modern Wedding Ceremony 101. An eBook on American wedding ceremonies available free to you on my website Welcome to the tenth and final edition of the Wedding Reception Planning Series, a set of