Beautiful Wedding Songs
Music is the expression of life, of people’s feelings and through it they recognize themselves. Some of them feel it, some of them enjoy it, some of them just dance and have fun. But it all comes with the entertainment part needed at a party. And for a wedding this is the number one side of the reception party.
First of all, the wedding songs, the play list at the wedding should be established in the first place by the grooms. They deicide what song is for the cake moment, what type is the one for the first dance that opens the party and so on. As for the rest of the event, diversity is the key, as to have a little bit from every type of music, to please every guest present, but to keep a representative eel. For example, if the grooms do not like at all jazz then this is excluded from the plan.
But still, among their favorite types of music, what are some beautiful wedding songs to have included in your wedding program? Taking the event by its key moments for each and every one there are representative songs, traditional ones or just some that come as a completion to what happens. The very first moment that starts the whole party is the grooms’ first dance, a waltz usually. For this, one of the most beautiful wedding songs is “You’re my number one” by Enrique Iglesias, “Loved to be loved” by Marc Terenzi or even a waltz: “Could I have this dance’ by Anne Murray.
Going further, another important moment at the event is about the toasts, the groom’s or bride’s for their parents, for one to another, parents for their children and so on. Here mostly the traditional wedding songs are included, the ones that express the love parents have for their son or daughter now grown ups, and how hard it is to see them married: “My dear parents”, “ Today is my wedding day” and so on.
Apart from this, some others beautiful wedding songs are needed as representative for the cake moment and tossing the bouquet, the ones that are at the end of the party. In most of the cases the traditional “Happy birthday” is wanted but this celebration is all about the love they carry one for another. And so, the beauty of this is emphasized through songs like: “Dance me to the end of love” by Leonard Cohen, “Inseparable” by Natalie Cole.
Above all these, for the rest of the night, for the dancing time the fever will be high with dance, pop and house music but all these included in a play list with main wedding songs. It is not an ordinary party, but a love celebration after all.