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Wedding Music 2023 New Songs For Your Wedding Playlist
We are an Italian wedding DJ service, and the wedding season has officially begun, which means that many couples will be holding their receptions in Italy.
We highlight the trends in this post, but a wedding party is typically a mix of tried-and-true favorites and exciting new additions, so it's important to strike the right "balance" between the two. (And we're here for that, too! Get in touch with us right away so that we can begin creating the ideal wedding reception soundtrack together.
WEDDING MUSIC 2023, SONGS FOR THE CIVIL CEREMONY
These days, civil ceremonies are becoming popular, and they are often conducted at the same venue as the reception. The music played during a civil ceremony tends to be more traditional in style, and the addition of an instrument like a harp or violin can really set the mood. Thanks to the relationship we have with some extremely outstanding musicians, this is a recommendation we make often at ProfessionalWeddingDJ
However, there is one specific, often-overlooked moment that we DJs at ProfessionalWeddingDJ adore showering with special care. Applause and the practice of tossing rice let people let go of their worries and feelings, signaling the conclusion of the ceremony and the start of the celebration. It is at this point that the rice-tossing ritual takes place. In order to musically highlight this transitional period, one must strike a balance between the somberness of the occasion and the upbeat tempo of the party.
The song "Heaven" by Niall Horan, which celebrates the finer pleasures in life, gets our highest possible recommendation in this respect. At the outset of the song, Niall passionately likens the lady he loves to paradise, painting a picture of an aura of light around her.
The remainder of the song is a reiteration of his declaration of love for his beloved: he would give everything for just one more kiss from her. Who could say no to such proposing words?
I believe, I believe I could die in your kiss
This song, in particular when beginning from the refrain, is able to effectively emphasize the final moments of the ceremony. This is made possible by a phrase that is appropriate for the occasion but is not too "sweet" and by a pressing beat.
ProfessionalWeddingDJ - Jody Belli
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