Music is the harmonious voice of creation (G. Mazzini)

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There are two kinds of music you will want for your wedding: ceremony music and reception music.

Ceremony Music

Most ceremonies only need 3 songs played: bridal party entrance, bride's entrance (processional), and the couple's exit (recessional).

It may seem nice to have some background music before and after, but really, no one is paying any attention, so don't worry about it... that is great in the movies, but there the guests are paid to keep quiet, whereas your guests will be chatting up loud enough to cover almost any music level. For ceremony music you have two options - recorded or live. Recorded music gives great flexibility, whereas live music is limited by the musician's play list. Live music however, it is classier, albeit at a higher cost. Depending on your vision and your budget, choose what's best for you.

Recorded Music & Officiant Amplification

At our venues we provide portable, outdoors amplification for your officiant, along with a choice of 3 recorded songs as part of the package. You can add this as an option to our travelling officiants for $75. See the Ceremony Sound link to the side.


Reception Music

For the reception you will want a DJ. Of course, you could also have a band... though that can add up, takes more space, and limits the music choices to the kinds of music they play. Even with a band, you still need a DJ: most bands play a few 45 minutes sessions, and do not have dance lighting, make annoucements... so you're likely getting both.

All our DJs will work with you to create a fabulous playlist, organize speeches and any activities, and coordinate a beautiful event.

All our DJs will work with you to create a fabulous playlist, organize speeches and any activities, and coordinate a beautiful event.