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**Weddings tips music**
Is the music performed by live musicians, a DJ, or an iPod throughout a wedding reception. This includes but is not limited to: the bridal party entrance, grand entrance, first dance, [father-daughter dance], mother-son dance, dinner music, dance music, bouquet toss, garter toss, cake cutting, and final song.
Bridal Party and Grand Entrance
After guests are seated at the reception, the bridal party and newly married couple are introduced. Variations include just the couple being introduced (without the bridal party) and parents, the bridal party and the couple being introduced all together.
After the grand entrance, the newly married couple may have a first dance to a pre-selected song. The song may have a special meaning to the couple, or the lyrics of the song may resonate with them.
After the newly married couple's first dance, brides often choose to dance with their fathers. Depending on a family situation, brides have opted to dance with another significant male in the family i.e. a brother, new FIL or her step dad.
After the father-daughter dance, a groom might have a dance with his mother during the reception.
Some couples choose to combine the Father-Daughter Dance with the Mother-Son Dance, and have a Parents' Dance. To keep it more traditional, father and bride might dance alone for the first half of the song, and mother and groom join in after a minute or two. In this case, the song selection should be general enough to cover both.
Dance music is music played during and after the reception dinner, in an attempt to get guests to dance.
Do not play list
A do not play list is a list of dance songs specifically banned from being played. Many couples provide their bands or dj's with a do not play list.
The most common songs on do not play lists are usually "cheesy" group dances:
"Do not play" lists may also include songs that carry particular significance from past dating relationships.
Bouquet Toss Song
A bride may choose to toss her bridal bouquet, traditionally to the single female guests, during the reception. Sometimes a florist provides a toss bouquet so the bride does not have to toss her bridal bouquet. Some brides have used break-away bouquets that break into many mini bouquets and contain wishes or fortunes on each mini bouquet. Other brides completely nix the bouquet toss.
Garter Toss Song
After the bride tosses the bouquet, her spouse may remove the garter from her leg and toss it to single male guests at the wedding. These days some brides and grooms are opting out of the bouquet toss and garter toss.
Cake Cutting Song
A Cake cutting song is a song played during the cutting of the wedding cake.
Last Dance Song
The last dance song is the final dance song of the evening.
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