Music for Wedding Ceremony & Reception

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More Than Just Evening Music

When you say the word DJ, disc jockey or mobile disco, most people immediately think of lights and music for the evening party, however the wedding DJ has evolved over the years. Many wedding disco companies now offer a varied and full service with a variety of options to enable you to choose an entertainment package that is tailored to suit both you and your guests.

Music is an important aspect of a wedding, not only for the evening reception, but also for other parts of the day. Music sets the scene and creates an ambience to the room.

Many wedding DJs offer an all day service which includes the ceremony and the wedding breakfast as well as the evening disco.


For the ceremony, they can supply a discreet system to provide all the music you will need from background as your guests arrive to the recessional song at the end. Most importantly, they can offer suggestions and source particular versions or instrumentals for you. The music is cued accurately and faded down at the appropriate moment without the clunk of a CD player. For more information on ceremony music click here.

Wedding Breakfast

Some wedding DJs, as well as offering background music for your wedding breakfast, can provide an MC service. A wedding MC is different from a toastmaster in that they don't wear a red coat and tend to be less formal in their approach. The MC's role is more than just making announcements. They are responsible for keeping your guests both informed and entertained, liaising with other wedding suppliers and generally ensuring that your day flows seamlessly allowing the two of you to relax and enjoy the ocassion.

Evening Reception

The music could be exactly to your taste, but if your guests don't like to dance you may need to consider other forms of entertainment. Alongside the wedding disco, many DJs offer other forms of entertainment such as games, karaoke or a fun quiz. There are a number round the country that have the expertise to offer line dancing and Ceilidh/country dancing.

If you have younger guests attending, many wedding DJs offer children's activities during the early part of your evening. These could include party games, action songs and dances, balloon modelling and magic.

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