What To Know If You Are Having Live Music At Your Wedding

 The question that always comes up when wedding planning is, will it there be a DJ or live band? Each create it's own unique vibe and sometimes couples choose both. You can have a Dj for the after party and live music as you walk down the aisle. It's all up to you. But if you do decide to incorporate live music into your wedding there are somethings you should know. Keep on reading to find out. 


The pricing for a live band varies from location and any travel they will have to do. But on average having a live band at your wedding will cost you more than having a Dj. It will all depend on what type of band and how long they are going to playing for. So make sure you research a lot before settling on your live music choice. 

Venue Consideration

If you are planning on having live music you should decide this before choosing your wedding venue. Acoustics in a venue can have a big impact on the sound of the band. A venue with big windows and high ceilings are seen as a negative for live bands to play in. You also have to make sure you wedding venue has enough space for your band to comfortably set up. 

A Mixture Of Both

You don't only have to settle on live music for your wedding. You can have a solo pianist play as you walk down the aisle and a DJ for the reception. This is going to let you have both and also might save you some money. It's a good mixture that your guests will enjoy. 

Practice With The Live Music

If you are walking down the aisle or having your first dance to live music it's important to practice those things to the live music. Sometime the timing is different in tracks played then when it's played live. You want to make sure you match up with it and practice so you don't miss a beat. 

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