Is it time to boogie now that the wedding service has been finalized with the exchange of the vows? Damned right it is. So what are we waiting for - Music Maestro Please?

Choosing the Proper Wedding Music can be a difficult task. Trying to please all will be hard because not everyone shares the same taste in music thus leaving you in an awkward situation. A sure way of achieving satisfaction is to hire a disc jockey. His or her collection of musical compilations will no doubt be unlimited so I am pretty sure all your needs will be serviced in the way of great music. The good thing about opting for recorded music is the fact that the guests can request their favourite songs.

A good DJ with experience on weddings will entertain in between breaks. Explain in fine detail before hand what music you would like played on the turntable. How can you tell if the guests are enjoying themselves, well that is easy, watch their dance moves If the foot work is similar to that of Michael Flatly doing the river dance then you have chosen the proper wedding music.

Another option for entertainment is to have a live band perform at the wedding. Depending on your place of venue you may need permission for this so be sure to check this out in advance.

There are many types of music to choose for your wedding. It is crucial that you select the right melodies and tunes because without a doubt it is the music that sets the mood and creates the atmosphere.

Contemplate during your wedding service to have a choir sing hymns accompanied by the church organist this can add an essence of ease among the guests and for the bride and groom.

Before booking a live band for the wedding, ask if you can listen to their music first. Also have a chat about the emcee duties. Keep the music on going at all times with a little background music in between intervals. The reason for this is no one loves the dreaded silence when the music ceases to play. If you like jazz then play jazz. Rock and roll is a guarantee for a successful night. Remember rock around the clock - now that is proper wedding music for any reception. When have you never seen a foot tap to Bill Hayley and the comets

A way of knowing that you did the evening justice is when the guests sing at the top of their voices to an extent where they overpower the music. This is an additional bonus because you now have karaoke putting and end to your special wedding evening.