Looking for the top wedding music entertainment trends for 2018? Follow our tips to plan a fun and entertaining day!
Collaborations with DJs And Bands
Couples are not only hiring a local band for their wedding, but a wedding dj in Hertfordshire too. Providing dual music entertainment gives the couple a live band sound, combined with the vast party playlist a DJ can provide. Typically, a DJ is hired to fill the break time between sets for the live band. Another way couples are working on collaborated music entertainment is to have the live band kick off the festivities and then have the wedding DJ take the party into the night.
Not so long ago, the idea of a traditional dance not taking place was disheartening and disappointing for most wedding guests.
Today, many couples are choosing to opt out of the traditional dances, such as father-and-daughter, in favour of a more modern and fun twist. Instead of a slow dance, party members are now dancing to a more upbeat and lively song and getting everybody involved.
For some couples, ditching traditional dances is a way of making the wedding more personal and adding a more modern and fun twist. Some couples ditch the tradition because of a loss of a family member who would be stood in that place.
Speciality Performing Acts
Speciality performing acts are becoming increasingly popular at wedding receptions, as they add fantastic entertainment value and help encourage more participation. Dance bands or entertainment acts can really help your wedding stand out from anyone else’s. Not only do they help to entertain the crowd, but their energy helps to fill the room with excitement and fun!
Bride and Groom Entrances
The entrance trend isn’t a new one, as more and more couples are taking the entrance to the reception to show off their personality. Couples are taking the go-big-or-go-home approach and applying it to their entrance.
From flash mobs to break dancing, balloon drops to group dances, the sky is the limit and it’s your time to shine and show off your fun, loving side.