Music for a Celebration
There are times in life when celebration is in the air on a special occasion, and many people associate events like that with special music. It can become a tradition to play the same music on an anniversary of that occasion, or it can become traditional to play the same type of music at events that have the same meaning. Weddings are often events where much of the music is traditional, but there are also times when non-traditional music is a welcome part of the celebration. Finding the right musical combination is often difficult, but those who want their wedding to be their own event will take the time to find just the right band, disc jockey, or soloist.
A Personal Celebration
Weddings were often a way to unite two families in the past, but today’s marriages are much more personal. This is reflected in the way brides and grooms plan the events of their day, and many of them now begin with a breakfast for close friends and special relatives. Each part of their day might be planned down to the last minute, or they might choose a less formal timeline. For those who want a mixture, they can have scripted times and leave other parts of the day for spontaneous events.
A Modern Wedding
Traditional weddings are still performed on a regular basis, but many couples today have decided to forego them. They believe it is more important to express how they feel at their wedding than following ageless rituals, so they often write their own vows. Getting married inside a church can be important to some, but others prefer parks or home for their vows. Even the music they choose can be a mixture of styles that suits them and their guests, so it might take a bit of balancing to get just what they need.
Music for Celebrating
There are many different ways to celebrate a new marriage, and many couples offer their guests a full meal at the reception. It would be difficult to eat and talk, so most of them look for quiet music during this time. They could find a guitar player, or they might choose a wedding saxophonist to entertain their guests. Sophia is a specialist in this area, and she plays local weddings or destination weddings. Her soothing tones can be relaxing during the meal, but they can also be a great sound for dancing when dinner is done and the band begins to play.
Setting the tone for any celebration depends upon the people who are planning it, and modern couples getting married have fresh new ideas. Some of them will find that their taste runs closer to tradition than they expected, so they might only have a few smaller elements of their own within the ceremony. Other couples have found that they are not interested in any traditional elements, and they work to create new ways to help their guests celebrate. It can be as easy to changing the venue to an outdoor park, or they can give their guests a new experience with a different type of musical accompanist.