Wedding Song Ideas According to Different Musical Tastes

We all have different musical tastes – and that’s OK, it’s part of what makes us different and unique as individuals.

Naturally, you want your Ohio wedding to be infused by your tastes (not just in music, but in pretty much everything else as well). But how do you bring the most popular songs from your preferred music genres into your Big Day? We have some tips for you – continue reading if you want to find out more (as well as find your inspiration).

  • The party goers. If you’re the kind of couple who loves a good dance, pop, or simply Top 40s song (even if it’s a retro Top 40), you have a lot of options on what can be included in your wedding day. For instance, you could play Alicia Keys’ “No One” for your wedding recessional, Jason Mraz’s “I’m Yours” for the First Dance, Loudon Wainwright III’s “Daughter” for your Father-Daughter dance, and Lady GaGa’s “Just Dance” for the Last Dance.
  • The big concert goers. You like attending big festivals and big band names’ concerts. You like the vibes there, but more than anything else, you love the music. For example, you could play U2’s “City of Blinding Lights” for the wedding recessional, Tim McGraw’s “My Best Friend” for the First Dance, Paul Simon’s “Father and Daughter” for your Father-Daughter dance, and Kool and the Gang’s “Celebration” for your grand wedding exit or your Last Dance.
  • The small indie concert goers. You don’t like mainstream music and that’s OK. You have a lot of options that might not be as popular or easy to recognize as the songs mentioned before, but they are still very sweet (and guests will inevitably fall in love with them). For instance, you could ask your DJ to play Iron & Wine “Love and Some Verses” for a unique wedding recessional, Bright Eyes’ “First Day of My Life” for your wedding First Dance, The Posies’ “Flood of Sunshine” for the Father-Daughter dance, and Ray LaMontagne’s “You Are The Best Thing” for the wedding Last Dance.

Have you booked the right wedding DJ in Columbus, Ohio? If not and if you are still searching for someone with lots of experience and passion for wedding and event disc jockeying, be sure to contact New Image Studios – we are here to make your dream wedding come true in a truly FUN way!

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