Last song. We always ask our bride and groom what their song choice is for their last song. Farewell song, tunnel song, circle song, sparkler exit song - you name it.
This little detail shouldn't be forgotten but so often is. You want to end the night with the right vibe and that's what music is all about. We often play the last track during the farewell as the wedded pair embark off onto their happily married lives - so make it happy!
Let's break this down for you real easy.
Don't choose a song that is:
Overly sentimental - they've had their moment already, let them rest
Too slow - yes it's the end of the night, but you're tying up an awesome celebration it's not the time for lullabies.
Going to make all your guests cry - they already have, that'll do.
Going to make you cry - why? Whilst "Time to Say Goodbye" is a stunningly beautiful song, it's also perfectly suited (and a recommendation frankly) at funerals. This is your wedding!
Do have a look at these suggestions below:
Dancing In The Moonlight, Toploader
(I've Had) The Time Of My Life, Bill Medley Jennifer Warnes
Save The Last Dance For Me, Michael Buble
Oh What A Night, Frankie Vali
Stand By Me, Ben E King
Just the Two Of Us, Bill Withers
All You Need Is Love, The Beatles
How Sweet It Is To Be Loved By You, James Taylor
We Go Together (from Grease)
Fly Me To The Moon, Frank Sinatra
Grow Old With You, Adam Sandler (from The Wedding Singers)
New York, New York, Frank Sinatra