Undoubtedly, you want every small detail of your wedding day to be perfectly well-coordinated with who you are, what your love story is like, and what is genuinely representative of your relationship. Of course, music makes no exception from this rule.
Yet, what is the right volume your wedding music should be played at? We have gathered some of the best tips with regards to this – so read on and find out more.
- In general, it is highly advisable that you talk to your DJ about your venue and its specific sound requirements. He will have to strike the ideal balance, so that the music is neither too high-volume, nor too slow.
- Playing music too loudly can be very upsetting for your guests – especially for those who are not particular fans of a genre, or for those who are a little older. Plus, loud, wild music will also prevent everyone from actually socializing with one another.
- At the same time, playing music too slowly will cause the opposite effect – you may soon realize your guests are not really in the mood for partying and that they are almost falling asleep at their tables.
- Be sure to talk to your venue manager about the rules they apply with regards to music loudness. Depending on each venue and the area it is located in, certain rules may have to be followed, so it’s important that you know them from the very beginning.
Looking for a spectacular wedding DJ in Troy, Michigan? Contact Memory Maker DJs and let’s talk about your wedding day, style, venue, and all of the other details that will help us determine with precision what equipment and music you’ll need. Contact us and you will not regret it!
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