You're classic style wedding music menu may be inspired by traditional elements that create those special moments by some ol' favorites. Here is a sampling of music handpicked to get the juices flowing for your menu.
Paul Simon - Kodachrome - upbeat and pure fun. Great piece to loosen up Aunt Mildred. Pair with Queen - Crazy Little Thing Called Love
The Drifters - This Magic Moment - moderate in tempo with all the filling. Sweeter than wine. Pair with James Taylor - How Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
Bobby Rydell - Volare - light and uplifting meant "to fly", this rendition treats as a nice balance of fun and classy when heard during dinner. Pair with Bobby Darin - Beyond the Sea
Stevie Wonder - Superstition - simple, clean, and saucy. This is easily recongizable by all, and encourages funky hand clap. Pair with Earth, Wind, & Fire - September
*menu item substitutions are encouraged.
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All Music Menu Styles use the
Cocktail - songs selected to be heard over food and drinks. Slightly upbeat, but not dancy. Great for mingling with friends and family. Cheers!
Aperitifs - slow songs curated for reception used to help "stimulate" which may lead to couples swaying, kissing and subtle butt grabs.Spreading the love to all your guests!
Palate Cleansers - songs selected for dinner, which are never too upbeat but never too dry. Your guests love to talk and catch-up while not being put too sleep.
Elevetor music not allowed. Volumes are tightly controlled for all to enjoy.
Main Course - curated selections to do what we came here for - party! It's a wedding, and we're celebrating so grab the bride and groom and get up on that dance floor!
A few handpicked songs you could use at your classic style wedding in the NJ/NYC area.