Prosecco and Petals

wedding guide

- Date and venue - wedding suppliers -
wedding dress - Bridesmaids and gifts
- Invites and stationery - Finishing touches -

Finding wedding photographers - Planning pictures - wedding catering options - Hiring a wedding caterer - wedding entertainment- Hiring a band - Hiring a DJ- wedding hairstylists - Bridal makeup styles - wedding makeup artists - wedding cake styles - Choosing a cake maker - Finding a wedding florist - Choosing bridal flowers

Top wedding songs and genres

A wedding day is filled with some many unique moments, and a range of musical genres can best capture these. Below is a short guide to the best styles of music to play in order of your wedding day.

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Best getting ready music: Pop, R&B

This music should be all about keeping your nerves at bay and focusing on the excitement. This is an excellent time to get your favourite pop playlists and funky beats out. Only the bridal party will hear the music, and a quiet, upbeat tempo will give everyone that wedding day morning vibe.


Best music for guest arrival: Instrumental music

As guests arrive, it can be fortuitous to play some soft background music with limited or no vocals. This will instantly create a relaxed vibe and allow guests to start chatting without any awkwardness.


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Best ceremony music: Romantic ballads

As you are walking the aisle, signing the register and walking out as a Mr&Mrs, it is vital to enhance the mood by playing romantic ballads and music that you both treasure. This music will stay in your memories of the day.


wedding breakfast music: Favourite alternative bands

These is the one track that It is vital to agree on. At every other point of the day, there can be options and compromises, but this song should suit both your musical tastes or be something special.

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Disco music: Pop, 80s/90s, house music and R&B

This music should be filled with dance floor fillers and songs that get your toes tapping even if they aren't your favourite songs. If you are a rock or indie lover, it is best to put this into the reception and wedding breakfast as these will be sure to clear the dance floor.


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