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Something you will need to decide fairly early in the piece is whether you want your music to be live or pre-recorded (ala DJ). Admittedly, while live music is often out of the average couple's budget, it can add an extra layer of charm and enjoyment to the whole wedding process.
Mind you, if you & your partner's idea of a great wedding band is a hard core heavy metal rock group, then perhaps "charm" might not be a word some of the guests will associate with their influence on the wedding. :)
If you opt for a DJ to supply your wedding music, try and choose one that has good talking skills and preferably a sense of humour as well. This will ensure the guests have a good time and hopefully some laughs as well, all of which they will remember for years to come.
At the reception, choose a great song to walk in on when announced to the guests. Most couples have one song in particular that brings them close together with warm fuzzy feelings. Consider having this song played as your first dance together as husband and wife (bridal waltz), especially if it has a powerful emotional effect on the two of you.
Also, a nice touch towards the end of the wedding is a song dedicated to the families of the Bride and Groom by the happy couple.
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