want to make this day with your best friend, your partner
and your fiancÚ the most special event that it should be.
Music will help you realize the wedding of your dreams with personable,
polished emcee skills and timely, tasteful interaction with your guests.
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Typical Wedding Reception Events
Arrival - Arrival of BRIDAL PARTY (We can announce
entry into room or as seated at table)
First Set Quiet background music while guests are arriving and talking.
Usually easy listening music and
or Jazz standards. Emphasis here is on the guests and bridal party.
Possible receiving line.
The TOAST the Best Man and then
guests can use
wireless. Microphone (if desired)
FIRST DANCE A requested slow song
for the newlyweds to dance to: D.J. will announce to guests
when this is beginning. Then the parents are asked to join the
Newlyweds and then the Bridal Party
follows. This first dance segment of reception can be done any way that
you wish. Here the music can become
more uptempo to get the party into high gear while the dance floor is
already filled with the Bridal Party. (see list)
Father/Daughter Dance (optional) The bride dances with her father and
sometimes the Groom may dance with
his mother or any other variation that might apply. (see list)
TOSS All the single ladies or men are requested to
join in to catch
the bouquet. D.J. can give a count
CUTTING OF THE CAKE The guests attention is
the Newlyweds as they cut the cake.
Music must be very quiet or off in the event that there are toasts or
important dialogue between bride and groom
as they feed each other the cake.
three in coordination with the photographer.
Little Black Book TOSS - Some spouses have toss a
black book; it doesn’t have to have numbers
in it, it could have jokes or
lottery tickets inside for example, but just be symbolic of their
and throwing their little black book away now that they have a
An Anniversary Dance
- all the married couples come to the
dance floor and while playing a
of slow songs, slowly removing the couples by when they were married
to oldest). The
newlyweds then present the bouquet (and garter sometimes) to
the longest married couple. Some get
the last couple standing to say how long
they have been married and for a piece of advice to a long
and happy marriage.
MONEY DANCE or
Series of slow dances while dancers pin money onto newlyweds
FAREWELL DANCE Guests
are asked to
form a circle around the Newlyweds as they dance. This can be a very
emotional ending to an exciting day.
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