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UK Mobile Discos Podcast
5 minutes | 5 years ago
Creating A Perfect Wedding Disco Playlist
You have chosen the venue, selected the food, sourced the cake, brought the dress, sorted the suits and finally finished the guest list. It stands to reason on what will be one of the biggest days of your life you want everything to be perfect. You are planning to make a huge commitment in front of all of your family and friends and finish your special day with a big celebration. Music plays a pivotal part of any wedding and you will have spent time selecting the right music for the ceremony that captures and creates the perfect ambience. However music will be just as important at the reception as it can be the difference between having a dance floor heaving with guests dancing the night away or everyone making polite conversation and not daring to be the first to dance. Although there are no guarantees that you can get your guests dancing, there are a number of things that can make the odds far more favourable. Whether or not you hire a professional DJ will be down to your preference, and there is no reason why you cannot provide him or her with a wedding disco playlist. Doing so ensures that you will have some control but there are many factors that you need to take into account for an enjoyable and successful party. Top Tips And Suggestions Probably the most important consideration is to make sure that you produce a balanced playlist that comprises of music for all tastes and age groups. You may have very particular music taste but it is best to avoid specialist music and choose a wide variety that is suitable for all guests. Picking the wrong music can bring down the mood, people feel music and good party music will create a great atmosphere which in turn will have a strong influence on your guests and how much they enjoy themselves. Before you begin to pick songs for your playlist, it is a good idea to look at how your playlist will be structured, how the tracks will progress and the ratio of fast to slow songs. Too many people make the mistake of thinking that if they play popular hit after hit they will get their guests up and moving. To maximize participation there needs to be fluctuations in energy. The music needs to rise and fall to ensure variety but also to provide intervals where people can rest, go to the cloakroom, get a drink and so on. People come and go during a wedding reception and others need a few cocktails to get them dancing. This is why you want your music to have a stead
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