Congratulations, you have survived a year of married life together! It has been 365 days, also known as 8760 hours or 525600 minutes, since you tied the knot. Now it’s time to celebrate your first anniversary, and what better way than to give the traditional gift of paper?
Few would deny that music plays an important part in every wedding, whether it is religious or civil. A wedding march is a style of music played before, during or after a wedding ceremony. It can act as a cue for each stage of the ceremony, from bridal procession to recessional fanfare.
One of the most popular forms of music over the last 10 to 15 years is indie rock so we thought it was about time we tried to come up with some appropriate modern indie wedding songs.
With such a positive and life affirming sound, Motown music is perfect suited to a celebration and is guaranteed to have all your wedding guests twisting the night away on the dancefloor.
If you really want to get all your guests on the dancefloor and moving their feet, there really is no better style of wedding music than Rock ‘n’ Roll.
From cheesy romantic ballads, to high energy dance tunes and well crafted pop hits, the ‘80s produced a plethora of superb songs perfect for a wedding
The exact duration of time that musicians will perform at your wedding tends to vary slightly from band to band. In general, you can expect about two hours of live music split up into two or three sets of an hour or 40 minutes.
So you’ve set your budget and you’re already bracing yourself for how much this is going to cost, but some of the most important things to accommodate for in your budgeting are those sneaky costs that go under the radar.
The timing or your wedding, numbers of musicians, type of band, location of your wedding and the length of performance all have an effect on the overall price.
These classic romantic songs would be suitable first dances at any wedding.