How to Calm Your Wedding Day Emotions with Music

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With wedding day emotions, you might have an innate need to calm your nerves with music and mark the important occasion as a momentous celebratory event. Planning your nuptials is an emotional experience. So, it’s inevitable that you feel the way you do.

And caught up in the rapture of love you’ll probably feel amazing sensations coursing through your mind, body and soul.

What’s more,  worrying about your big day, you could forget to find the right songs to soothe your mood. In fact, if you are stressed, relatable music has a calming influence. That’s were a playlist of signature songs allows you both to come to terms with your mixed feelings about your new married life.

Another thing, coping with the intense emotions of joy and happiness can be eased with extra special tunes. So, if music be the food of love play on… So, let’s listen together to some amazing hits to help you relax and embrace your wedding day emotions.

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Tip 1: “All of Me,” John Legend

In reality, you’ll feel euphoric, impatient and anxious. So, love songs can mellow you out or exaggerate your mood. With this unique song, the day will not fly by in a flurry of anxiety.  Strikingly enough, the right emotionally charged music for your big moment entertains and brings everyone together.

Tip 2: “Can’t Help Falling in Love,” Elvis Presley

Music is multifaceted and has a powerful emotional impact on your happiness. Channel your love through this old time classic and synchronise it with your wedding march. Whether you feel impulsive, flustered or giddy play this notable track can brighten up your nuptials. As well as, a jubilant atmosphere it fills the air with activity and excitement.

Tip 3: “Everything,” Michael Bublé

And there’s more… capture each moving scene with music. It helps you stabilise your unsettled equilibrium and set the tone of the big day. So, socialise and get them to revel in your special affair with the sounds of smooth jazz. Most importantly, your wedding will echo an idyllic and joyous affair.

Tip 4. “At Last,” Etta James

So, whether you are full of bottled up emotions that run quite high; joyful, confused, and apprehensive. Relax and radiate your wedding day emotions with the help of this song. There is no need to second guess your feelings. So, before the surge of emotions arises set the stage with your favorite music.

Tip 5. “Thinking Out Loud,” Ed Sheeran

The nervous excitement and amazement of your wedding will all be worth it. Let this song give you goosebumps and make you the centre of attention. Enjoy the congratulations. Meaningful wedding songs make a wonderfully, joyous and profound immediate impact. Music is an effective way to create a sense of occasion and ceremony.

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Tip 6. “You Are the Best Thing,” Ray LaMontagne

It’s a fact that reluctant family and friends are part and parcel of the celebrations.  This song enhances everyone’s mood and the romantic ambiance during your wedding celebration.  Choose meaningful hits reminiscent of your shared values and future hopes; to affirm your commitment to one another. Moreover, you deserve to show it off.

Tip 7. “God Only Knows,” The Beach Boys

Use the above hit as an expression of your love and to set the scene. Let it inspire you to create a positive outlook with your wedding soundtrack. Have the best wedding day ever and let your emotions run free. You want to shine and sparkle, so design your own theme and showcase your style of music.

Tip 8. “Love on Top,” Beyoncé

Another thing don’t forget the children and stimulate a positive attitude. If you are in a long-term relationship and have children don’t forget to include a special song for them on your wedding day. They would truly love to participate and sing a song for you.

Tip 9. “Let’s Stay Together,” Al Green

Allow this song to raise anticipation and get in the wedding party mood. Build anticipation to fever pitch and ask your guests to support you as you enter the venue. Prompt them to clap or shout out your names this will release a lot of tension  and enhance the mood.

Tip 10. “First Day of My Life,” Bright Eyes

The gospel truth is music allows you to relive the memory of your wedding day time and time again. So, don’t forget the jewels of your eyes your family. Unite everyone with a special wedding song. The beating heart of your wedding is to have a good playlist.

Tip 11. “You Are So Beautiful,” Joe Cocker

Commemorate the perfect wedding day in style and choose the right songs. As you look stunningly gorgeous, composed and at ease. Remember to keep your wedding day emotions calm. Step into the venue with help of  this song.

Tip 12. “I’ll Be There,” The Jackson 5

Finally, raw wedding day emotions sparked by happiness, joy and anxiety keep you caught up in the rapture of love but can be soothed by classic torch songs. From the moment you start planning the music for your big moment you’ll step on to the emotional roller-coaster. So, let this song be the main ingredient and remember wedding day emotions are what every bride and groom to be experience.

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