Wedding Bridal party Introduction Songs

Tips On Bridal Party Introductions

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The right music for the right people

Your Bridal Party consists your family and friends; the people you know better than everyone else. Choosing music that fits their personality is what gets everyone hyped up and lets them make the most of their “15 seconds of fame”. With all the music in the world out there, it can be hard to select just a few to use that really reflects your Bridal Party. Here are some helpful tips to keep in mind when choosing

Choose 3 songs or Less total

  • Choose 3 songs or less for your introductions. 1 song for the parents, one for the bridal party and one for the bride and groom. Of course, you can use 1 song for the parents and bridal party and one for the bride and groom, or just one song for everyone, as well. DO NOT try to give each couple their own song. I know it sounds tempting, but unless you have a super large venue (like a stadium) there won’t be enough time to really let the song get going, and the result is somewhat of a “choppy” music atmosphere as the music will be changing every 10 or so seconds.

Songs for Parents and Grandparents

  • Bridal Party When selecting a song for just your parents and grandparents, I recommend something that represents them well. Everyone’s parents are different. Some are very reserved and conservative and others might just outlast the young folks at the party! Pick something from their era. Chances are they’re a fan of The Beatles, Beach Boys, Sinatra or something fun from the 60′s and 70′s. If you’re having trouble picking something from their era, just ask them! They may want to use something that was important to them at their wedding.
  • For your bridal party, try to pick a song that doesn’t have a lot of long ups and downs.bride and groom entering room ong, sweeping “breakdowns” that equate to low points. Finding an energetic song with a steady flow to it ensures that everyone will get the chance to really rock it when they are introduced. Avoid songs with long breakdowns, tranquil portions or long buildups . A song like Usher’s – More has a good deal of pep and a constant flow.

Find Something With Some BITE!

  • Some Popular Songs from 2013

  • Pitbull – “Don’t Stop The Party”
  • Black Eye Peas – Pump It
  • Don Omar – Danza Kuduro
  • Calvin Harris – Feels So Close
  • Right Said Fred – I’m Too Sexy
  • If explosive is a word you would use to describe how you want your entrance, then you need to pick something that has a energetic climax in it. I often set “cue-points” in songs when playing them for introductions, so that way as soon as I announce the bride and groom I can skip right to the most hyped up part of the song. This raises the energy level in the room for your guests so that when you walk in, you’ll feel the energy in the room coming from them! You’d be surprised how many DJ’s don’t see using cuepoints to intensify introductions.
  • Sports Fan Entrances

    Sports are a big part of living in any major city. Some brides and grooms want to include their favorite team in their wedding as well.

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    Bridal Entrance Music???

    by FremontBride09

    Hi Ladies!!
    I am only a little more than 2 months away and would love some input on songs. My wedding is tropical (not luau) and we will be playing hawaiian love songs, soft reggae and oldies :) Any ideas for a bridal entrance song? I will be playing "SOMEWHERE OVER THE RAINBOW" Israel Kamakawiwo'ole as the wedding party enters. I want something unique for my entrance. Also I am in need of a first dance song. We love UB 40, bob marley and all those reggae inspired music to go with our theme. We are also using Jason Mraz Im yours for our slide show at the reception :)

    SONGS.....NEED HELP!!!

    by medway822

    I need help picking out songs for my upcoming wedding. I've searched through the forum, but haven't had any luck, so if you could help me, I would really appreicate it. These are the ones I need help with:
    First Dance : I do (Cherish You)
    Father/Daughter: My daughter is a bride
    Mother/Son: ??? (fiancee has no opinion)
    Bridal Party entrance: ???
    Bride/Groom entrance: ???
    Bridal Party Dance: ??? want a fast song
    Gater: ??
    Bouquet: wishing and hoping
    Cake: How sweet it is
    any suggestions/comments, would be greatly appreciated. I have so much going on that I can't seem to think of anything.

    This is why you charge a lot MORE for a wedding

    by deejayyyy

    Because its personal service, you have meetings with the B&G Do not play lists, I have had B&G come over and listen on my system to a bunch of possible 1st dance songs for 2-3 hours just to pick out the right one....
    Then you need to go to the venue and make sure you are setup properly.
    Imagine the horror i had when just before the bridal party entrance the my equipment shuts down and there is not another outlet to be found.
    Turns out the MORON Employee told me to plug into a outlet which blew when they plugged in the coffeepot! And of course no one knew where the fusebox was

    Im going through Music and need help

    by lndsy

    What Songs/Dances am I missing?
    -Bridal Party Entrance
    -My Entrance
    -Walking out as Mr & Mrs.
    -entering in to hall
    -First Dance
    -father/daughter
    -mother/son
    -wedding party dance
    -garter toss
    -bouquet toss
    -cake cutting
    -last dance
    what am i missing?
    thanks

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    If it is a fancy venue, then it may be appropriate to have a black-tie event, but if it is a casual venue, it is not necessary to wear something so fancy as a ball-gown or a tuxedo.

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