14 Awesome Classical Songs For Your Wedding Ceremony That No One Knows About

14 Awesome Classical Songs For Your Wedding Ceremony That No One Knows About

1. Andante Festivo – J. Sibelius

2. Un Bel Di Vedremo, Madama Butterfly – G. Puccini

3. Brandenburg Concerto No 3 (third movement) – J.S. Bach

 

4. Panis Angelicus – C. Frank

5. Anche In Mezzo A Perigliosa – A. Vivaldi

6. The Girl with the Flaxen Hair – C. Debussy

7. Dance of the Blessed Spirits C.W. Gluck

8. K361 3rd mvmt – W.A. Mozart

9. K157 1st mvmt – W.A. Mozart

10. String Quartet in D major, Op. 22: mvmt 3 Nocturne – A. Borodin

11. K251: Andantino – W.A. Mozart

12. String Serenade: Moderato – A. Dvorak

13. Holberg Suite Op. 40: II Sarabande – E. Grieg

14. Swan Lake Suite, Op. 20, Watlz – P. Tchaikovsky

 

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Real 2015 Bride’s Must Play List

Real 2015 Bride’s Must Play List

1. Alison & Mike:

  • Bruce Springsteen
  • Walk The Moon – Shut Up and Dance
  • Pink Martini
  • 90’s , LOVE 90’s! *NSYNC – Tearing Up My Heart
  • Pitbull & Ke$sha – Timber

2. Bruna & Justin:

  • Otis Redding – Sittin’ On The Dock Of The Bay
  • Michael Jackson – P.Y.T.
  • Motown
  • Ray Lamontagne – Let It Be Me
  • Jess Glynne – Hold My Hand

3. Julia & Brian:

  • Daft Punk – Get Lucky
  • Outkast – The Way You Move & Hey Ya!
  • Stevie Wonder – Superstitious
  • Miley Cyrus – Party In The USA
  •  Queen – Crazy Little Thing Called Love

4. Jenny & Rami:

  • Bruno Mars – Treasure
  • Billy Joel – Uptown Girl & Piano Man
  • 80’s – Footloose & Come On Eileen
  • 90’s Slow Dance – K.C. & JoJo, All My Life
  • Neo
  • Pitbull – Give Me Everything

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Great Jewish Songs For Your Wedding Ceremony

Great Jewish Songs For Your Wedding Ceremony

1. Siman Tov, Mazel Tov

2. Dodi Li

3. Erev Shel Shoshanim

4. Jerusalem Is Gold

5. Od Yishama

6. Al Kol Elleh

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Top 11 Movie Wedding Songs That Are Perfect For Your Ceremony

Top 11 Movie Wedding Songs That Are Perfect For Your Ceremony

1. Storybook Love – A Princess Bride

2. You’ve Got A Friend In Me – Toy Story 

3. All You Need Is Love – Love Actually

4. Feather Theme – Forest Gump

5. Por Una Cabeza – True Lies

6. “Buongiorno Principessa” from Life is Beautiful

7. “Love Theme” from Cinema Paradiso

8. Just Kiss The Girl from The Little Mermaid

9. Gabriel’s Oboe, Ennio Morricone

10. Edelweiss – Sound of Music

11. Stars and Butterflies, Pride and Prejudice

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10 Hottest Dance Songs of 2015

10 Hottest Dance Songs of 2015

1. Uptown Funk! – Mark Ronson feat. Bruno Mars

2. Watch Me – Silentó

3. Hold My Hand -Jess Glynne

4. All About That Bass – Meghan Trainor

5. Lean On – Major Lazer, DJ Snake feat. MØ

6. Shut Up and Dance – Walk The Moon

7. Bad Blood – Taylor Swift

8. Can’t Feel My Face – Weekend

9. Time Of Our Lives – Pitbull & Neo

10. Classic – MKTO

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Tips for Speaking Into a Microphone

Tips for Speaking Into a Microphone

One thing that you will undoubtably encounter at your event or wedding is that someone at some point will speak into a microphone. Here are a few things to keep in mind that will ensure success with even the uneasiest of public speakers.

 

#1. Make sure the microphone is pointing towards your mouth the entire time.

  • Think of it like a flashlight, you will hear sound wherever you point the light. If it isn’t pointed at your mouth then no one can hear you 🙂

#2. Do you know if you like to hold a microphone or prefer using a mic stand?

  • Take 2 mins to practice speaking into a paper towel roll (holding the mic) or a floor lamp (mic stand) if you don’t have one to get a better feel for it.

#3. Don’t look at the floor, look up as much as you can. 90% of people like to use prepared notes, but keeping your head up will ensure you are projecting your sound outward as much as possible and will keep eye contact between you and the guests.

 

#4. Try to limit how much you walk around. Some movement is fine and can actually help, but often times a lot of movement can distract you from maintaining a steady focus on the microphone and make it hard for people to engage with.

 

#5. Go with the flow. Remember, you are in a room full of people that are having a great time and want you listen to you!

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