Music can change your wedding day dramatically. From getting ready, the ceremony and the reception, your music will set the tone for you and your guests. The Two Lovers team have curated playlists to take you through your big day!
Your wedding morning is a mixed bag of emotions, always coming with its ups and downs. That being said, it's important to have the perfect pre-ceremony playlist, to get your bridesmaids energy flowing and keep you as calm as possible.
One of the most important features of processional music is that it alerts family and friends that something is happening. As the bride traditionally enters the wedding venue from the rear, guests may not realize that the bride is entering until she is passing them. Typically the song choices are more traditional, tear jerking music, however everyone has a different style, so this will differ between brides.
After your wedding ceremony has come to a close and you've officially said 'I do,' it's time to get the party started! And what better way to kick off the celebrations than with a fantastic wedding recessional song to accompany your walk down the aisle as a married couple? We've pulled together a playlist of our favourite wedding exit songs that will set the tone for the festivities to come on the big day.
Your first dance on your wedding day is romantic, personal and unforgettable. So, of course, you need to find the perfect tune to mark the special occasion. The first dance is first and foremost about you both embracing and celebrating as a couple together in front of family and friends. The first dance between the bride and groom is the most awaited moment for the newly wed as well as the guests. It shows the love and unity between the new couple.
The memories made on your wedding night are made on the dance floor. It’s important that the right music is playing to keep your guests dancing the entire night. As a couple, decide what you must hear, would like to hear and absolutely do not want played. Our playlist will give you some idea on what you want, but if you have a DJ, provide them with a framework of what you want, and leave the rest to them, the real music pros.