Bridesmaids dance

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Möchtest du ihn in der deutschen Version anschauen? Would you like to view this in our German edition? The atmosphere and especially the musical mood during a French wedding is very important. After the importance of gastronomy and their meals, French couples therefore pay particular attention to musical entertainment.

For the Cocktail, it is not rare that the choice arises on a band of music. The musical instrument and singer side offers a live, elegant, festive, warm and friendly side.

On a more cozy atmosphere and lounge, to let the guests and the couple enjoy their Cocktail to exchange with their loved one.

The couple just want to enjoy and relax. Live band, DJ for the evening? This is a question that comes up more and more often. It depends of course the style you want. Exit the time when the DJ turned into a party leader.

Some will find this a shame. Here again it is necessary for everyone. They are called MCs. In France, we can be proud to have a certain musical richness with a rich and varied choices. Have you ever listened to the radio in the USA? Many stations pass all styles of music, old, recent … Of course there will be specified radio hip hop, Latin etc … In France have you noticed that old tubes are on some radio only?

There is not really a mix of ages. We find this in weddings. The other bridesmaids join hands with the ushers. They are soon followed by the other guests. The live band could play slow music and set the tempo for the fast paced danceable tracks, by the DJ. Hiring a DJ is less expensive than a real live band of professionals. Their systems and equipment should be compatible with the venue. You could give a list of tracks which would be desired to be played and also the sequential order if you prefer.

Written by mike grafity. Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.