Image your wedding with a music library of over 80,000 songs including the songs you hear right now (radio edits available) and music spanning the decades and generations. In addition, you can bring your own traditional audio music CDs, mp3 files (CD, DVD, or USB drive), or your personal device like a phone or tablet. Please include a note (sticky notes work great) that identifies the track number, song title and whether it is a fast or slow song. All music and devices will be returned to you the conclusion of your event.

If you have someone that wants to sing at your wedding as a special tribute then just have the performer provide their music on CD or personal device. Additional microphones for multiple performers are available at a nominal charge.


For the newlyweds. Anything goes - just make it personal and memorable. The more fun you have with the song the more it will mean to you and your guests.

Father Daughter

Use this time to recognize a father figure in the bride's life. This can include her biological father, step fathers,  or an alternate family members like a special uncle, brother, or grandparent that the bride would like to recognize. Add a tender touch and have the groom ask his mother to dance during the last half of the song. It's looks spontaneous to the guests, earns the groom extra cute points, and creates some very special pictures.

Bouquet TOSS

The time honored tradition for all the single ladies (and sometimes not so single). If you have a smaller group of single ladies and decide to make the event a little more intimate consider presenting the bouquet to a woman who played a significant role in the bride's life complimented with a 60 second spoken tribute on why you are giving her the bouquet.


Time for the groom to show off his flirting or seduction skills (or lack there of). He can be as conservative as he wants or put on show! Choose a song the matches his style whether it's goofy, saucy, fun or will just make the guests laugh. Want to guarantee single guy involvement? Make a scene in front of the groomsmen and attach a $20 bill to the garter with a safety pin before you throw it to the wolves!

Ceremony Recessional

This is the big fan fare after you are officially married! Everyone is cheering and the cameras are clicking away. Have fun - add your personality! Click here for traditional wedding music.