Your wedding guests will arrive at your big day ready to be entertained! They will watch you walk down the aisle and marry your soulmate, seal your vows with a kiss, and make your way to your reception. However, once they arrive at your reception, they will be seeking a great deal of fun.
Do you know that you can actually engage with your guests through music? It’s true!
We understand the importance of entertainment at a wedding! That’s why, here at Philadelphia String Quartet, we have gathered some ways in which you can engage with your guests through music. To learn what these ways are, be sure to continue reading:
· Ask Opinions. Your wedding guests will be thoroughly entertained if they enjoy the music that you present at your wedding reception. Dancing will be the main form of entertainment, and playing the right songs is key for success. Send along a music request card with your RSVP cards, so that your guests can jot down a few songs they would like to hear and return it to you. Then, you can create the perfect playlist that your guests will certainly enjoy.
· Showcase Group Dances. Getting your guests out on the dance floor will be a number one priority at your wedding. A great way to do so is to present some group dances. From the macarena to the cupid shuffle, there are many songs that your guests will greatly enjoy dancing to. Group dances are a great way to engage and entertain everyone.
· Get Out on The Dance Floor. As the bride and groom, the best way to engage your wedding guests is to get out on the dance floor with them. They will certainly enjoy dancing with the newlywed couple, and it will promote wonderful entertainment. So, pull out your best dance moves, and ask your guests to join you.
By engaging with your wedding guests, you can greatly entertain them. These are just a few ways in which you can. To book your Philadelphia wedding band, please contact us here at Philadelphia String Quartet. We look forward to being you wedding band in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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