How to Pick the Colors For Your Wedding

If the setting sun determines your bridal color selection, won’t you be wearing bright oranges, reds, golds, and maybe navy blue? Perhaps, your cover band will select songs from an era of blissful sunsets, twilight songs of years long past, to play for your night in the spotlight?

Have you considered yet, how you would select your wedding theme?

Sitting on the golf course with my love, I realized I wanted to wear the colors of the night, and I couldn’t imagine my wedding without the crooners. The Rat Pack of my parent’s era, love songs made for dancing the night away… Shelby shared.
Fill the garden with white sparkling lights, dancing in the breeze, warm delightful colors of the sunset on each of the bride’s girls, groom’s men wear navy tuxedos, and music echoes from a season as the reception lingers. A night made for dancing requires colors spilled from the heavens. But more importantly, it requires a band – music that sets the stars on fire.

Pink, Black Tie, & Masquerade

Can you think of a more exciting evening reception than the masquerade ball? On the verge of Mardi Gras, a masquerade ball can bring a wealth of music options, southern jazz bands, cover bands with uptown beats, or maybe a seasonal combination of current hit classics. You can have more fun with a select group of older songs than you can with random songs, at most parties… Remember the vast majority of wedding attendees are going to be your parent’s ages.

Red, White, & Black Love Seasonal

Two wedding seasons call for girls in red dresses. And why shouldn’t you make the most of that by asking your cover band to present their best female vocalist in coordinating attire? A theme of love songs, old and new, could bring dancers of many generations onto the dance floor. Cover bands offering themes of love songs, evergreen music selections, and popular tunes of the season might bring seasonal ambiance to your wedding reception without over-decorating the hall.

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