Post # 1
I asked the DJ to have one song for ringbearers, one song for couples standing up and a song for us to walk in for the reception. He said he can’t do it. I was like – what?? We are getting married in 6 weeks. Anyone have this happen to them?
Post # 3
That’s a sucky DJ if he can’t play simple music like that!
Very strange of him to NOT want to do that
Post # 4
@PoeticDoveInLA: I know it. What r we to do? Its too late to get another. He makes me mad.
Post # 5
That’s too many songs and will make your procession drag. Let the ring bearers and the attendants share a song.
Post # 6
I don’t know if it’s because he “can’t do it” or it is rather challenging. I think the issue may be that you’ll end up with like 15 seconds of one song, followed by like 20 seconds of another song, and then 15 seconds of another song, and that may end up choppy, kind of like someone who is channel surfing on the radio. I don’t know how long your aisle is or how many guests you have, but honestly, we sped through our music much faster than I expected. I guess you can slow people down with the super slow traditional wedding walk, but most weddings I’ve attended just had people walk normally but at a slighter slower pace.
Post # 7
Everyone walks in so fast I think it would be difficult and sound choppy. I’d go with his opinion on it, he’s the expert.
Post # 8
- Wedding: July 2012 - Baltimore Museum of Industry
We used one processional song for three people to be escorted, the groomsmen to come back/walk in with minister and Darling Husband, and the MOHs to walk down the aisle. My Dad and I had a minute of another song.
I think your DJ has a point- 3 songs is a LONG processional and really isn’t needed.