Many brides-to-be have battled with the repertoire to be played on their wedding ceremony, not to mention, music for their reception. Frustrated brides may have even questioned the importance of choosing the right kind of music for their wedding.
After all, wedding music bands play music for enjoyment, no matter what type and what form. But is music just some form of aural diversion to accompany the event? Is music worthy of a second thought or of sitting down for hours of planning with your wedding planner and musicians? Yes.
Music is as important as any part of your wedding, as important as a lovely gown, as important as the weather on your wedding day, and even a half-step important as the man standing at the end of the aisle waiting for you.
What do these all have in common? They all spell a successful wedding that you, your spouse, your family and guests will remember forever.
Music sets the tone and mood of the whole ceremony. Wedding music has the power and the ability to evoke the emotional response you want to get from your guests.
Music adds drama and heightens the emotions of the bride and groom, and also of those who are witnessing the most emotional and important moment of you and your spouse's life.
Consequently, a ceremony without music or a wedding ceremony without its appropriate music may very well go smoothly but will turn out to be dry, flat and lifeless.