Music is a big part of your wedding. The ceremony, reception, and rehearsal will require the perfect music to set the tone. When deciding on what music to use and how to get it out there, here are some common mistakes you’ll want to avoid.
1. Letting People Wait in Silence
Of course you’ll start you walk down the isle with music, But what about before the ceremony starts? Guests will begin arriving earlier, so whatever music you choose (recorded, piano, quartet, etc) should start playing about 30 minutes before “I do” time. Their wait will be much more pleasant that way. Just make sure the music you choose is appropriate for the venue (a church, for example).