It’s important to find the right marriage songs to play at your ceremony and reception. A lot of average weddings have specific dances. Four particular dances are of significance, and you’ll need to pick the music for them. The average dances are: father and bride dance, the married ones first dance, the dance with the mother and the groom, and the dance you charge a buck for. To pick a song for the couple’s first married dance, think about a tune that means something to the couple. Some people want to pick a song that fun and some rather pick something more solemn. The couple could even work on a little dance that they practiced. That’s one way that couples can add a more modern touch to their ceremony. When you are thinking about a song for the parents and their new children to dance to, think of something that would mean something to them or has an individualized feel. Lastly, when you are thinking about the song you charge for, try to pick something that will get the most feet on the dance floor.