Ideas in Choosing your last dance song
While much of the attention is given to the choice of the newly-weds first dance during the wedding ceremony, the choice of the music for the couple’s wedding last dance in Houston, Texas, however, should not be taken lightly too. The song for the couple’s last dance is actually worth the planning as well.
Depending on the mood of your guests during the ceremony and reception, the last dance is actually the last thing that your guests will remember after the ceremony is over. If you haven’t chosen your last dance song, here are some tips in picking the best song for you.
Oftentimes, many couples tend to choose slow romantic songs for their last dance. Although this is perfectly acceptable, it is worth noting that there is a difference between the first and the last dance. The last dance is actually livelier and tends to be more communal and social.
During the course of the evening of the reception, you’ll notice that your event is slowly filled with your guests, family, and friends. Wouldn’t it be nice to end the evening with a song that appeals to everybody? And a last song does not need to be romantic.
For instance, you can play Frank Sinatra’s New York, New York or the Queen’s The Champions. These songs can always make both the young and the old dance to their rhythm and are guaranteed to leave a happy impression to those who are attending the party.
Having these kinds of songs can assure you that you’ll end up the evening on a high.Moreover, you can also choose songs for your wedding last dance in Houston, Texas that have lyrics appropriate to sum up the day’s celebration. To make your wedding complete you can also provide photo booth for your guest.
Examples of these songs may include U2’s Beautiful Day, Nora Jones’ Come Away With Me, The Beatles’ All You Need is Love, and many more. At the end of the day, you need a song that would remind your guests of your wedding day.
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