Common Wedding Music Mistakes and How to Avoid Them

In our years of experience, we have seen it all and, when it comes to music, some common errors always occur. That’s why we’ll share with you a few of them, as well as simple fixes to keep the music going on.

1. Not having a band or DJ.

Do your research and try to find the best bands that go with your vibe. We’ll find the right DJ for your party and that way, your guests won’t be bored.

2.  Starting the ceremony in silence.

Most guests will arrive 20 to 30 minutes before the ceremony starts, but the wait will seem a lot longer if they have to wait around in silence.

3. Skipping a soundcheck.

Depending on your venue, there might be complications with sound. Even without regulations, it’s still a good idea to ask your venue manager what type of music typically works best for your space.

4. Waiting until the wedding to meet your DJ.

Want to know exactly what your music might sound like in real life? Take in a live performance. Checking this task off your list can actually be a lot of fun. Go to a showcase if that’s an option.

5. Making guests impossible to hear each other.

There’s nothing more obnoxious that not being able to speak with other guests. It’s important to take into consideration your older family members and simply the fact that people hate loud noise.

6. Sticking to one genre.

When you’re sticking to one genre, the environment tends to feel the same through the night and may become boring. You’re sharing this day with family and friends, let your band or DJ play a mix of songs that everyone can enjoy.

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