Ultimately, your wedding ceremony is The Main Event of your wedding celebration. While most of the talk in the months and years ahead will be about the party afterward, it’s the ceremony that’s the most significant part of the day. Make sure that those witnessing THAT moment are able to hear the expressions of love that usher you and Your Future Spouse from Engaged to Married.
So, you’re throwing a bouquet at your wedding celebration? Wondering what song might be best to serve as the soundtrack for that event? While I can’t tell you what song to choose, I can tell you that I’ve been called upon to play several songs for that purpose over the last 19 years.
Call me a gush, but there is nothing sweeter than a parent or soon-to-be spouse seeing their child or partner all dressed up on their wedding day for the first time. I think that is the moment when everything feels real.
While the formal pictures are GREAT for the scapbook, it’s the candids taken with a photo booth that get talked about the most. Those are the ones where people let their personalities shine in a more relaxed environment. As mentioned in the beginning, people get more creative with their poses because it’s more about FUN. The photo booth allows everyone to lean into it.
As with other posts in this series, I’ll paraphrase this thought: if there’s a specific song that your father may suggest, seriously consider it. If it’s one that he’s suggested, it’s a safe bet that he won’t resist dancing with you.
Would you like to watch your parents dance together but you’re aware that they don’t want the dance floor all to themselves? Would you like to create a moment where your grandparents, godparents or a favorite uncle and/or aunt gets a moment to shine in a manner that won’t be viewed as quite so embarrassing to them?