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Music plays an integral part in every American wedding. Music sets the theme and tone of a wedding and reception. The tempo of music also sets the mood. If the music played is of a slower tempo, you would want guests to sit and relax while eating their dinner. Fast tempo music is great for playing during the wedding reception dancing time.

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Now that we agree on the importance of music during your wedding day. What times can music accompany the events going on during your wedding day? Well, here is a list of wedding events to set to music.

Wedding Events To Set To Music

  1. Your alarm wake-up song.
  2. Songs to play while singing in the shower.
  3. Send a song to your future spouse before the wedding ceremony as a special dedication.
  4. Music played while driving to the ceremony.
  5. Music while getting dressed in your wedding dress, tuxedo, or suit.
  6. While guests arriving at the ceremony site.
  7. Music played as guests are taking their seats for the ceremony – Prelude.
  8. Songs while the wedding party walks down the aisle – part of the Processional.
  9. A specific song as the bride walks down the aisle – Bride entrance song.
  10. Song to play during the unity ceremony such as lighting the unity candle and sand ceremony.
  11. Other specific events conducted by the bride and groom during the ceremony.
  12. Song to play while the vows are being said.
  13. Song played as the bride and groom leave the ceremony – part of the recessional.
  14. Music played as the wedding party leaves the ceremony.
  15. Music played as all wedding guests leave the ceremony venue- Postlude.
  16. Music played as the guest arrives at the reception venue.
  17. Music played during cocktail hour.
  18. Songs to play as the wedding party is being introduced as they enter the reception venue.
  19. Song to play as the bride and groom enter the reception venue – Grand entrance song.
  20. Background music to play while guests are eating their meals.
  21. The song to play as the first dance as a married couple.
  22. The song to play as the Father-Daughter dance.
  23. The song to play as the Mother-Son dance.
  24. Song to play as the couple is cutting their wedding cake and feeding it to each other.
  25. Special dedications for loved ones lost too early.
  26. A special dedication to special people at the wedding reception.
  27. Songs to play during the Money dance aka dollar dance.
  28. Song to play as the bride tosses her bouquet to all the single ladies in attendance – bouquet toss song.
  29. Song to play as the groom removes the bride’s garter – garter removal song.
  30. Song to play as the groom tosses the garter to all the single guys in attendance – garter toss song.
  31. Song to play as the garter toss winner places the garter onto the winner of the bouquet toss – garter placement song.
  32. Song to play for a special wedding party dance.
  33. Celebrate all married couples and the longest-married couple with an anniversary song.
  34. A special dedication song from the groom to his father – Father-son song.
  35. A song to play to dance with in-laws.
  36. A special dedication song from the bride to her mother or a special dance – Mother-daughter song.
  37. A special dedication song from the bride to her sister – sister songs.
  38. A special dedication song from the bride to her brother – sister brother song.
  39. A special dedication song from the groom to his brother – brother song.
  40. How do you want to close out your wedding day? – last dance song.
  41. Need to clean the hall on the wedding night? Have a playlist ready.
  42. Play a special song in the getaway vehicle on the way to the wedding night’s honeymoon suite.
  43. Want to play music during your bedroom romance?

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