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Hey fellow wedding planners.

When me and my wife planned our wedding I started making playlists both for the reception and for the dance floor. 

I wanted it to be more towards indie and alternative music and since I started sharing the playlists on Facebook and other social media I got so much appreciation I wanted to make them available to others planning their wedding.

For the reception
Will you marry me? Let's play this at our wedding - INDIE / FOLK / ALTERNATIVE

For the dance floor
I Bet You Look Good On The Dance Floor - Indie Party Anthems

I also have a few other playlists that might be of interest for playing at a wedding

It's all about JAZZ
Fabulous Fingerpicking Folk (Bob Dylan, Simon & Garfunkle, Bright Eyes, Iron & Wine, Beatles etc)
88 Keys Of Magic - Contemporary Piano - Jazz / Neo Classical and More
Fingers, Wood, Nylon and Steel - Contemporary Acoustic Guitar
Instrumental Chill Out Gems

Hope it can be of help or maybe just inspiration for your own wedding playlist!

Let me know what you think! 

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My fiancee and me are also planning our wedding which is due in september and as is turns out one of the biggest issues is choosing the right soundtrack for the wedding party. It appears that my fiancee is very fond of old school disco music. Me, being an independent man with my own opinion I agreed that such music would be suitable for our wedding :). Jokes aside I really like the idea of a 1980s theme wedding. I found some nice lighting systems at speaker hire surrey. I have already placed the order.

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23 hours ago, barmaley said:

My fiancee and me are also planning our wedding which is due in september and as is turns out one of the biggest issues is choosing the right soundtrack for the wedding party. It appears that my fiancee is very fond of old school disco music. Me, being an independent man with my own opinion I agreed that such music would be suitable for our wedding :). Jokes aside I really like the idea of a 1980s theme wedding. I found some nice lighting systems at speaker hire surrey. I have already placed the order.

 

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Songs are essential for every stage of your wedding and the new trend is featuring instrumental wedding songs. The stages range from prelude to processional, ceremony to recessional and reception. The music that serenades the guests, accompany the bride, groom or wedding party can make lasting memories.

It’s your day by Yiruma

Why choose: This song tells the couple it’s their day.

 Stay with me by Vitamin String Quartet

Why choose: Instrumental wedding music of promise.

Just the way you are by The Piano Guys

Why choose: A song of perfection.

 

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