Wedding music is more than just a few songs playing in the background – it has the power to transform a boring function into the wedding of the year.
We believe that having a live wedding band perform on the evening of your special day is the finishing touch that every wedding needs. Don’t believe us? Here are reasons why wedding entertainment will completely transform your night.
1: Personalize Your Special Day
No one wants to hear a generic playlist of lackluster songs on their wedding day. The perfect way to bring the dancefloor to life is by selecting your favorite tracks that’ll have everyone dancing, especially if they’re family favorites or songs with funny anecdotes attached.
It’s also an opportunity to hear songs that are meaningful to you as a couple, rather than your stereotypical love songs that you might not care about.
We have an extensive back catalog of over 1000 songs, so there should be something for everyone in our repertoire.
2: Create A Unique Wedding Atmosphere
Hearing a live wedding band is an electric and memorable experience that doesn’t compare to radio-esque pre-recorded playlists. Everyone is guaranteed to feel a rush of adrenaline and experience an outstanding performance that’ll keep people talking for days.
3: Live Wedding Music Will Get Guests On Their Feet
No one wants an awkward evening or an empty dance floor, especially if tiredness starts setting in. By hiring wedding music for your event, you can guarantee that there’ll be a non-stop party on the dance floor, making it a night to remember. There’ll be no awkward silences, no stilted moments, and no unhappy guests!
4: Wedding Music Can Reflect Your Unique Bond
Having wedding entertainment isn’t just for a crazy dance floor, but it’s also about making memories as a couple. Infuse some of your special moments and shared interests into the night through a curated setlist. We’re also committed to learning your first dance song and performing it live, allowing you to create a lovely memory with a song that you cherish.
5: Wedding Music Can Evoke Memories & Reflect Your Relationship
Since songs are strongly attached to memories, including these in your wedding is a lovely nod to your relationship. Whether it’s childhood favorite songs or music that takes you back to your early dating days, each song will become a valued part of your day.
Not only does music evoke memories, but it also helps to create new ones. You never know, people could be talking about that spectacular rendition of Don’t Stop Believing for years to come, and you and your partner may always remember your wedding entertainment when listening to Love on Top.
Music is more than just a few songs during your wedding – it’s a complete experience that will elevate the night and make it an occasion to remember. We’re committed to providing the perfect wedding music for you and making the day feel as special as possible, so get in touch to start the journey together.
- Live music is always a unique experience
You are going to get one first dance with your new spouse; do you want it to be the same as thousands of other couples who have listened to the same pre-recorded song played in the same way for everyone? Or would you rather be able to say that it was something unique played just for the two of you?
Musicians are living, breathing people so there are going to be subtle variations in the way they play their instruments every time they play a song—even if they’ve played it a thousand times. Each band also has its unique style and flavor that they add to their music. These elements combined make any song that is played unique to your wedding.
Songs that a wedding band would use have been recorded for posterity and it will always sound the same no matter how many times it is played (it has no autonomy, so it has no choice). It will sound the same to your ears as to every other couple who has played it. With musicians you have an option that you don’t with pre-recorded music—you can ask for variations of style or tempo in the song and a great band will be better able to accommodate that request.
- Live musicians have flexibility
As far as being able to make adjustments on the fly, stop and restart without problems, or being able to react in the moment to anything the room throws at them—live musicians have the advantage. For instance, your young ring bearer starts walking down the aisle, freaks out when all eyes are on him, and makes a run for it. The last thing you want to be worried about is AV problems with stopping and starting the music. A live band can pause and restart exactly where they left off without an issue, and they will be more inclined to spot problems and adjust as soon as they start.
- Live music is a uniting factor
Live music can bridge gaps and unite generations of people. You’re always going to have one or more generations that aren’t into what’s being played but live music seems to get everyone past their biases, even if the song is particular to a certain generation. The fun of watching and listening to musicians surpasses all that.