Given that most weddings cost a lot, it is perfectly understandable why most couples want to save as much money as possible. Sure, there are tons of ways to save money on everything wedding-related: from the venue to the menu and from the dress to everything else meant to impress. Can you save serious bucks on wedding music, though? Even more, can you do it in a way that doesn’t sacrifice the fun you’ll all have at your wedding?
Here are some tips to remember:
- First of all, avoid the peak season. Fall weddings can be incredibly romantic, Winter weddings can be ethereal and magical, and early Spring weddings can be filled with energy and beauty – so, unless you are keen on having a Summer wedding, you should definitely consider an off-season event.
- Did you know you might be able to actually get a discount, directly from the wedding DJ himself? For example, ask if they offer discounts for contracts paid 100% in advance – chances are they might be able to help you with that.
- Less time does not always equal less money. In fact, it rarely does. When booking a DJ for just a couple of hours or so, there’s a very high chance you will have to pay for overtime when the party starts “moving”. And yes, overtime fees will actually end up more costly than paying for the same number of hours from the very beginning. Think twice before hiring a DJ for an insufficient amount of time!
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Music makes the world go round – but as the world itself turns around, music changes as well. In other words, music changes with society (and it mirrors it as well) – so what used to be really popular on the dance floor twenty years ago is probably not suitable for today’s crowds. Keep this in mind when creating your wedding music playlist as well – it will be more than appreciated by your guests.
What are the most outdated and overused wedding songs couples avoid at their wedding? Read on and find out more.
- The Cha-Cha Slide. OK, let’s face it: we all used to have tons of fun every time this song came on at a party or at a wedding. However, the famous Cha-Cha Slide soon came to be one of the most overused party songs in the history of music – so it is only natural that people got bored of it. If you don’t want a dance floor filled with people who feel obliged to dance on this, skip this line song altogether.
- The Chicken Dance. This song’s history is similar to that of the Cha-Cha Slide and it needs no further explanation. Avoid it if you want your guests to have a genuinely great time on the dance floor!
- Of all the severely overused wedding songs, this one is the most misleading. If you haven’t done this already, Google this song’s English lyrics and you will understand why it is completely unsuitable for any kind of wedding.
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Your wedding music is bound to be one of the most crucial wedding elements – so you will surely want to make sure you plan this the right way. What if you want to move past the simple playlist and include some fun musical ideas into your Big Day too? We have some amazing inspiration for you – so read on if you want to find out more.
- Make it a grand moment for you and your wedding party. These guys and girls have helped you throughout the entire wedding planning process – so they definitely deserve standing in the spotlight for a bit. Organize a special musical moment with them – even if you are not the most perfect singers and instrument players on Earth, the moment will still be fun, sentimental, and memorable.
- Ask guests about their favorite songs. The best way to make sure people get to listen to their favorite songs? Asking them, of course! Include an extra-line on the RSVP where they can write their favorite song title and try to include as many of them as possible into the final playlist.
- Leave behind the simple table numbers. They are not only boring, but they can also make some of the guests feel “ranked”. Replacing these table numbers with your favorite band names or song titles is so much better! It will add personality, uniqueness and entertainment to your wedding!
- Organize a small karaoke party. Everyone loves karaoke – and they have all the reasons to, in the end. Organize a karaoke party and your guests will definitely line up to stand on stage and have the time of their lives!
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