Monthly Archives: November 2015

The DMV Choice of Modern Wedding Songs for Your Ceremony

By |November 30th, 2015|

Traditional wedding music has lost its appeal with today’s brides and grooms. Increasing numbers of soon-to-be newlyweds seek a vibe that is unique and symbolizes their relationship. Make the music yours with modern love songs that speak personally to you and your partner.

Wedding Prelude Music

The prelude is the music played while guests arrive and often […]

Choosing Your First Dance Song

By |November 17th, 2015|

When the bride accepts her dance with the groom, she accepts him for the rest of her life. The first dance is also the couple’s first joint endeavor. As the centerpiece of your reception, your song for your first dance is very important. It is a reflection of you and your new spouse, and your […]

Brides and Grooms in Maryland and Across the Nation, What You Need to Know about Choosing and Hiring Wedding Musicians

By |November 16th, 2015|


Getting engaged is such an exciting time. However, the exhilaration of saying “I will” can quickly be replaced by the overwhelming concerns surrounding planning a wedding.

I’ve heard people say before that the music at a wedding is something guests only notice if it isn’t there. In some cases, may be that’s true, but if you […]

How Brides and Grooms around the DMV Are Uplighting Their Wedding

By |November 12th, 2015|

We’ve had many posts about lighting events, but there is one trend that seems to be more popular than others when it comes to lighting up your wedding ceremony and reception…uplights! Uplighting is by far our best selling add-on and we find that more and more brides are calling us specifically asking if we can […]

Brides and Grooms Say oh oh oh Shut up and watch the the unstoppable wedding trend of 2015

By |November 2nd, 2015|

Wedding trends come and go. Mason jars, bridal jumpsuits, drones. Organized dance routines have been popular for a while, and flash mob dances—where friends and family do some pretty basic choreography to surprise a member of the wedding party (or the wedding guests)—show no sign of slowing down. But this year, an overwhelming, heaping ton […]