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Wedding Music Cheat Sheet

Congrats! You're engaged!

There is so much planning and so little time...
We specialize in delivering EPIC weddings by bringing the vision a couple has of their celebration to life.
We accomplish that with awesome planning that makes YOUR lives easier.
We created this "cheat sheet" and wedding music planning guide to help you select the most important elements for your ceremony and reception music.
Plus, we added our Top Spotify Playlists with 20 song suggestions for each ceremony and reception event.
We hope it helps!

Ceremony Songs

These songs set the mood for your ceremony that your
grandparents, parents & bridal party walk out to.

Ceremony Processional

This is BIG! This is the song that you walk out to. You're about to
marry your best friend. Make it a magical one!

Ceremony Recessional

You just married your one true love. Now the officiant is going to
announce you as a married couple. Time to pump it up!

Reception Introductions

You just got your family photos done and your MC is about to
announce your bridal party. Time to turn up!

Reception First Dance

You were just announced as a married couple in your grand
entrance! Time to share your first dance.

Reception Father/Daughter Dance

Some brides opt to go right into the father and daughter dance after
the first dance. You can do it now or after dinner.

Reception Cake Cutting 

Dinner just finished and toasts were heartfelt and hilarious. Time
for the cake cutting!

Reception Dance Floor Fillers

Cake has been served and your guests have that sugar rush going
on. We suggest getting into some dancing! These WILL fill your
dance floor.

Reception Bouquet Toss

You've been dancing a while and now it's time to switch things
up. Queue "Single Ladies!" OR, try something different.

Reception Garter Toss

A lucky lady just caught the bouquet. Now it's time for your
husband to remove the garter, then toss it to the boys.

Reception Last Dance

Oh my! The night just flew by. Now it's time to end it off with a
bang. Here are some fantastic last dance choices.

Reception Dance Floor Genres

Instead of choosing your DJs playlist, we suggest giving him/her
your preferred genres. Check these out:

See the Top 50 1960's Song Choices
See the Top 50 1950's Song Choices
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