Music is part of our daily life, it sets the pace of every moment we spend and it can touch our souls as intensely as nothing else can.
This is the reason why organising a musical wedding may give that truly unique touch to your wedding reception.
To organise a musical wedding all you have to do is unleash your imagination: following are some useful tips and suggestions as the elements your should keep into account:
Details do make a difference
First of all, it is important to make your guests immediately understand the theme you selected, hence, personalised invitations are in order.
Write your invitations on music score paper musicale, decorate them with notes and musical symbols, and if you really want to reach perfection, you may find musical envelopes that play a tune whenever they’re opened.
In writing your invitation, use a musical style, with rhyming choruses to highlight the most important elements.
The wedding favours will be objects somehow related with music, such as musical instruments or notes, to give your guests.
The importance of decorations
It goes without saying that the reception decoration theme must be centred on music; more specifically, the floral compositions must be in such shape to remind of musical keys or else many small musical notes.
The wedding reception venue may also be decorated with musical instruments, such as grand pianos or harps, to conjure an involving and evocative mood.
The wedding cake is the key element in every wedding. As such, it must be selected accurately. Ask a trusted patissier and make sure the decoration is in tune with the selected theme.
Your wedding reception to the rhythm of live music
Live music is in order. A few elements must be considered, though; first of all, not everyone likes to listen to non-stop music throughout the wedding reception, therefore agree on some soft music and delicate songs with the band you chose, to accompany the courses in style and without overdoing it.
After the reception you’ll be completely free, so you can turn up the volume and invite all guests on the dance floor.