I speak with hundreds of brides every month and time after time they tell me that the most important thing about there day is that all the guests have fun and that the atmosphere is fun, lively and energetic.
Now if you picked any wedding magazine off the shelves of WH Smith’s (other newsagents are available) you wouldn’t know that.
They make you believe it’s all about the beauty, the flowers, centre pieces even the chair covers all rank higher in the food chain than the atmosphere for those guys. But then it’s not like the media as a whole to manipulate and report what they want you to believe is it?!?
So what are you doing to make sure that you have a fun day? What will keep your guests happy throughout the day? What “beauty” items are you wasting money on because you believed what the wedding magazines deemed as essential?
Create smiles that makes wedding memories last for miles. Ok, that line isn’t going to be a lyric in any of my songs in the near future but it rings true. Make sure that when you are budgeting your big day, you budget in the things that will create the most amazing atmosphere, things like The Best Singing Waiters.
To your most amazing wedding day
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Music is such a personable thing and it plays such an important part at a wedding, yet it is so often overlooked, rushed and not thought through.
Here’s a little blog post to help guide you through the maze that can be the first dance.
We scoured the internet and used our own musical knowledge to bring you the Top 5 First Dance songs that we have heard at the 1000+ weddings we have been to, along with some of the lyrics that made the song so perfect for that all important First dance.
Lyrics You’ll Love: “I don’t know how you do what you do/I’m so in love with you/It just keeps getting better”
“As,” Stevie Wonder
Lyrics You’ll Love: “As around the sun the earth knows she’s revolving/And the rosebuds know to bloom in early May/Just as hate knows love’s the cure/You can rest your mind assure/That I’ll be loving you always”
“A Thousand Years,” Christina Perri (from Twilight: Breaking Dawn)
Lyrics you’ll love: “Darling, don’t be afraid/I have loved you/For a thousand years/I’ll love you for a thousand more”
“At Last,” Etta James
Lyrics you’ll love: “And here we are in heaven/for you are mine/at last”
“Better Together,” Jack Johnson
Lyrics you’ll love: “It’s not always easy and/Sometimes life can be deceiving/I’ll tell you one thing, it’s always better when we’re together”
Don’t forget that the creator of The Best Singing Waiters, Jamie Reeves, can now create your very own first dance song. Have lyrics that are more personal to you and much more meaningful.
All done by a Top 10 Songwriter who has performed for Royalty across the globe.
Now thats something that you and your guests will remember forever.