Remember the reception should be a celebration,
so whatever music you choose should celebrate your new family,
love and friendship. Like the ceremony, you want to choose
music you enjoy. Make sure that if you use a DJ, you don't
give him free reign to choose. Ask to see a song list and
pick the songs you like and take out the songs that won't fit
with your style.
If you are not using a DJ, compile a couple
of CD's of songs you and your spouse like and have a friend play
them back to back so there is always music in the background.
Don't forget that if you want people to dance,
pick songs that won't be too intimidating at first!
Time Goes By," Tony Bennett
Me to the Moon," Frank Sinatra
Make Love to You," Boys II Men
"I've Got you Under My Skin," Frank Sinatra
"Moon River," Henry Mancini (Breakfast
"That's Amore," Dean Martin
"You Made Me Love You,"
to Love," Robert Palmer
"Come on Eileen," Dexy's Midnight
"Crazy," Brittney Spears
"Dancing Queen," ABBA
"Friends in Low Places," Garth
"Groove is In the Heart," Dee-Lite
"I'm too Sexy," Right Said
"No Scrubs," TLC
"Red Red Wine," UB40
"Should I Stay or Should I Go,"
"We Are Family," Sister Sledge