gee it's nice to have an easy one to answer!
definitely put all your music on 1 cd! then just make a list of each track on the CD with what it's for like: track 1 - guests being seated, track 2 guests being seated, track 3 bride processional, track 6 signing the register..... etc. like that but list each track. we had music for doing our sand ceremony, signing the register and our first dance since we did it right at the gazebo and it all worked out great. we didn't get every song only because it all went so fast we ended up with too much music! but otherwise, these guys do this every day sometimes several times in one day. we found they were great. we got told that a cd is ten times easier for them than an IPOD just because of the connections and stuff and the sound was great. I heard it all the way down at the beginning of that loooooong pathway to do my walk so volume is definitely NOT a problem!! doug actually had an extra list in his pocket just in case something happened to the first one, but we just put it inside the cover of the CD so it was all right there!
Originally Posted by JayKay
I need some help.
I'm in the process of making our CDs of music for the wedding and I'm a little stuck on how to go about it. We want to include some songs for before our wedding and after our wedding, like when guests are sitting down and during our champagne. I dont know what would be easier for the resort staff to follow:
1. Put our songs for our ceremony on a seperate CD from the additional songs while guests are sitting/champage
2. Put them on one CD - but then what order would be the best so they understand what songs to play when? Put the wedding songs for the ceremony at the beginning or end?
Any help or ideas or suggestions will be greatly appreciated!!