An Indian shadi is made up of so much excitement, emotion, fun, and anticipation that it is an event that often turns into this exhilarating roller coaster ride and the thrill and fun are unmatched. With the wedding being preceded by numerous events and occasions that ask for the personal attention of the people involved, that by the time the wedding day comes, everything is running in auto mode with the DJ playing his own kind of music and the cooks serving their own style of food. The perfect broth. In all these events, meticulous planning is required to ensure that each moment is a memorable one for everyone involved.
Since music is a staple at all events, the DJ acquires a prominent and pivotal position in either making the event a spectacle to admire or just another marriage which people come to attend. One of the key moments in a wedding ceremony is the arrival of the bride to the wedding venue. It is often accompanied by a song being played which adds to the whole magic of the moment. Here are a few tips for selecting the right number for the event so that it remains a memory of a lifetime for everyone.
- The song as per customs: the song has to be selected according to the custom that is being followed for the arrival. like in a Hindu wedding the bride is accompanied by her brothers who keep her under a dupatta to signify them protecting her. So for each tradition, the song should be suited.
- Keep it light on the volume and Bass: it is very important to select a song that is not too loud or heavy on bass as all the guest and relatives are taking their first look at the decked-up bride. So, the music and the selected number should only be there to assist in romping up the prevalent mood rather than becoming the centerpiece of the moment and stealing away the bride’s event.
- Pick the latest number: try and keep the latest number as the arrival song as people will be able to connect to it faster and will also start humming along, thus making for a grand entry for the bride with all the guests getting involved in the music. Do remember that the music has to only support the moment and help the feelings to come out, rest the emotions will take care of themselves.
- Keep the bride’s choice in mind: do consult the bride as to what her choice is. Remember it is her special day and if she hears her preferred song being played as she arrives for her big day, the nerves will calm down and the feeling of ecstasy and joy will take over thus making it extremely comforting for the bride to handle the spotlight.
Music in Indian weddings is the lifeline around which all events are managed and music is what helps the traditional events to acquire a whole new meaning and stay relevant in the modern world. So if the music is right then the show is definitely going to be happy and bright.
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