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Where Is Music Required On My Wedding Day?

Updated: Jul 9, 2019

Planning a wedding can be extremely overwhelming. When it comes to your wedding day do you know exactly where you require entertainment? Don't stress, we have broken down a typical wedding day to show exactly where you will need music!


The ceremony, even though its first up it is really the main event, the reason you're both here. To get married. There are a few key areas you will need to have music sorted.

  • Before the ceremony starts - about 15- 20mins

  • Entry song as you or your partner walk down the aisle

  • Signing of the register

  • Leaving the ceremony

  • After the Ceremony ends - about 15 - 20mins

Pre- Reception / Canapes

The Pre-reception (or Canapes it is also known as) is like the warm up to the big party.

While you and your partner are off getting photos, your guest are chilling out eating canapes and having a few drinks. Music is a must to create an atmosphere. It doesn't need to be anything too heavy just some chilled laid back music.


A party of all parties! A well organised and planned reception is the best way to top off a wedding day. There are a few elements that go into the reception music.

  • Bridal Party Entry

  • Background Dinner Music

  • Cake Cutting

  • First Dance

  • Father Daughter Dance

  • Dance Music

  • Bouquet Toss

  • Garter Toss

  • Leaving Songs

There you go! All the areas you will require music on your wedding day. Want to know more about what entertainment options are available for your Ceremony, Pre-reception and Reception? Check out our next blog where we go through the possibilities for the perfect wedding entertainment package.

Want to find out more about JC Entertainment & Events and how we can work with you and your partner on your special day? Check out our wedding services!

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