Find Wedding Ideas: Music and Entertainment

Here Comes The Guide tells you everything you need to know to plan your wedding entertainment, including your ceremony music. We help you decide if you need a live wedding band, a wedding singer, a DJ or just an ipod.

Hiring Wedding Professionals Pays Off

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Yes, you will save money by hiring the cheapest vendors you can find or doing things yourself. But the old adage, “You get what you pay for,” really comes into play here. Skimp on services and you could end up paying a big price anyway. More info on saving yourself some headaches.


"My Fair Wedding's" David Tutera Gets Real: High Style Weddings On A Budget

Jolene Rae Harrington and David TuteraRecently, I had the opportunity to interview celebrity wedding planner David Tutera at the Langham Huntington Hotel in Pasadena. Even though he’s worked on events with such VIPs as Jennifer Lopez and Vice President Al Gore, I was impressed by his enthusiasm for helping non-famous brides have equally stellar weddings.


Questions to Ask a DJ or Live Entertainment

Questions to Ask About Your Wedding DJ or BandToo often choosing the entertainment is left to the end of your overwhelming “Wedding To Do List”—but it shouldn’t be. Not only does music set the appropriate mood, but a skilled Master or Mistress of Ceremonies will gracefully guide your guests from one spotlight moment to another.


Brides Want to Know: Live Entertainment or DJ?

de Bois EntertainmentMy fiancé and I have most of our wedding plans set, except the music for our reception. We can’t decide between live entertainment and a disc jockey. The reception will be indoors with about 150 guests. We have to keep an eye on cost, too. Are bands always more expensive? What do you recommend?
—Maria M., Fallbrook
Read our experts’ answers.


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