Monday, August 23, 2010
When picking music for your reception, it's good to be as broad as possible. If you restrict the music to only one or two styles, there's a good chance you'll be leaving a lot of your guests out of the mix. You're likely to want your favorite style of music represented heavily, but by mixing in lots of styles you have the most potential to engage the majority of your guests.
Sunday, August 1, 2010
The weather on the Outer Banks can change quickly. When you're planning your outdoor Outer Banks wedding, it's always good to have a backup plan. 99% of the time it you won't need it, but you never know. I'm doing the music for a reception at Pamlico Jacks in Nags Head this evening. It's raining this morning, and the ceremony is scheduled for the beach. Hopefully it will clear up by ceremony time, but if the bride has a backup plan she'll have a much calmer day.
Posted by Outer Banks Music Masters at 7:08 AM