Step 3:
How to Find Musicians That Resonate With Your Style

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By Evan Dallas

Wedding Photos

Here we’re breaking down all the good and the “good to knows” about booking live music for your event, so you’ll only be left with good surprises on your big day!

 

Here’s what makes live music an indispensable part of your day

1. Adaptability

The moments in your ceremony are really special, and the last thing you probably want is for the entire feel being clunky because of less-than-smooth transitions in recordings. Musicians who have experience can read each moment to adjust to your timing and the transition in real time without missing a beat!

 

2. Atmosphere

Your wedding doesn’t happen everyday, and neither does live music. Live music is always

one-of-a-kind and immediately communicates the classiness of an event and the specialness of

the occasion.

 

3. No technical difficulties

No-one likes awkward silence! Especially during a ceremony. Creating the atmosphere for your day with sound that doesn’t rely on a power outlet definitely gives yourself that extra little peace of mind.

 

Here’s what you might want to know about including live music before your wedding day

1. Shelter

Musicians are pretty easy going but sometimes instruments are not! Make sure you chat

with your musicians to see if they need any sun/weather protection to protect their

instruments and perform at their best!

 

2. New Music

Most musicians love to learn new music, but finding/arranging learning new music can

take a team months to prepare! Make sure you chat with your musicians to see what

their policy is on learning new music and how much time they need to prepare.

I'd love to chat with you more about your wedding music and give you some pointers!

Feel free to contact me here

In case you wanted another idea for your wedding, here's another beautiful example of bringing class and inspiration to your atmosphere:

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Ave Maria