I don’t know if it’s hard-wired memory of that giddy feeling of finally being out of school for the summer. Maybe it’s the energy I feel from working with brides to enhance their perfect day as we kick off the height of wedding season before June. Or perhaps it’s the smell of propane, chlorine and fresh cut grass in the air.
Whatever it is, I love sweet summertime. What’s your favorite part?
When it comes to planning out the soundtrack to your big day, where do you start?
You might consider your family’s old favorites, whether you want a church wedding or a vineyard wedding and whether you should latch on to today’s pop songs or stick to more traditional selections. When it all comes down to it, what matters is that the music you choose is right for you. What fits your personality? What music is meaningful in your relationship? How do you want to mark the milestone?
Not to put any pressure on your music selection process – it’s all about creating a joyful celebration for the bride, groom and those closest in your life. In the next post, we’ll talk about some of the most beautiful selections for those who want to channel their inner traditionalist.
This post is part of a series, “Notes on the Music,” designed to help guide brides and others when choosing the perfect music for their wedding or event.
As part of my New Year’s resolution to stay better connected with friends and clients, one of my goals is to provide increased value through blogging.
While many of the people I work with are seasoned musical professionals (from whom I have a lot to learn every day!), many are brides or others looking to enhance a one-time event through music. For these clients, music may not be part of their daily lives, so we can provide a little extra value by helping guide you through the process to select the combination that will lead to your perfect day.
While we’d still love to consult with you one-on-one for each event, if you’re anything like us, a little context can go a long way. So, that’s why we’re starting a new blog series called “Notes on the Music,” providing context behind some of the samples you can find on the website.
Stay tuned for more!
As part of my New Year’s resolution to stay better connected with my friends and clients and create an even more user-friendly experience, I’m pleased to roll out email updates for those who are interested!
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