Should be one of the easiest things to do: pick a song for the first dance, that's all. I've seen many brides not being able to decide for weeks which song is the right one. Here is a little help, if your brain is locked up, this will refresh it.
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From the first dance to the cutting of the cake, find tips and suggestions for what songs to play on your wedding day. Music — it's such a magical way to express the emotion behind your wedding day, the mood you want to set for your guests, and it can convey a true glimpse inside the bride’s and groom’s personalities. Although choosing a playlist for such a momentous occasion may seem overwhelming at first, finding trusted vendors (or even a music-buff friend) can be the firs
At a fun-filled, smooth-flowing wedding reception, there is a certain energy that develops and intensifies as events unfold and your guests experience the facility you've selected, the menu you've planned and the entertainment you've chosen. GCStar Punta Cana offers ten tips to help energize your wedding reception. 1. Place your DJ right next to the right-sized dance floor. Your DJ's location in relation to the dance floor is a critical factor in creating a high energy recep
What most couples who are planning a wedding don’t know is that saving money by hiring an amateur DJ for your wedding comes with a high price tag. Before you make a decision you regret, here are some things you need to know. 1. There’s a high probability that a cheap (or free) DJ won’t be in business by the time your wedding arrives. Many low-priced DJs aren’t charging enough to support their own businesses for the long term; you’re just financing their hobby. Meanwhile, yo