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Wedding Music Questions

You might not think that choosing your wedding music will be that difficult -- what's a little song and dance, right? But trust us, questions will come up. Fortunately, we have compiled a list of the top wedding music and wedding dance questions, along with expert answers to get you through any problems you might encounter. Find ideas for great wedding music on a budget, etiquette on dancing at your wedding (and what to do if you're not planning to dance!), and plenty of tips for personalizing your wedding reception music. We also have answers to popular wedding music questions like, "Can I have two mother-son dances at my wedding reception?" or "Which dad should I dance with for the father-daughter dance at my wedding reception?" or "How can I avoid wedding line dances?" Plus, we have plenty of expert tips for finalizing your DJ's song list and selecting the best mix of music to set the mood at your wedding reception. If you have a wedding music or wedding dance question that you do not see in the list below, send it our way! You just might see your question and answer show up on the site.

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Our DJ asked us for a song list for our reception. I have no idea what the ratio of fast versus slow songs should be. Any ideas?

For a four- to five-hour reception, select 50 to 60 each of fast and slow songs. While this will probably be more than you need, it's better to have more options than too few. Your DJ will pay attention to what people are responding to. What they dance to will determine how many of each type of song should be played... read more

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