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Songs NOT to Play at Your Wedding: Bad Music for a Wedding

When it comes to music in general, one thing will always remain true: everyone’s taste is different. And, when it comes to wedding music, peoples’ tastes seem to become even more refined. Previously, we discussed tips on choosing the right style of wedding music for your special day and why it’s important to choose professional wedding musicians. In the aforementioned posts, I mentioned the importance of trusting your own musical taste and taking the advice on choosing wedding music from family and friends with a grain of salt. However, there is one thing almost everyone will agree upon: ...  
“I planned most of my wedding over the phone since it was a "destination" wedding in Santa Barbara. So, I really had to pay attention to reviews, phone conversations and my gut instinct. I found TeaHouse through reviews and general searching, and once again scored big. Sherri responded to me right away and kept in touch via email and phone until I decided on what to do. We opted for a spanish guitarist for the ceremony and cocktail hour, and it was beautiful. Everyone thought it was an amazing touch, and loved the music. Price wise, there are cheaper options out there, but after talking to some of them I knew it wasn't worth the risk. Teahouse is awesome, on time, and talented. Use them!!!”

—Alycia Y, married May 14, 2011, Santa Barbara

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