Saving on Wedding Music

When it comes to wedding music, there are some choices that stand apart from others. During the ceremony, it is getting more popular to avoid the traditional bridal music and use a chosen song of love instead.

People still are using the traditional bridal song too, but it is just not necessary anymore for those who want to be original or walk down the aisle to a song that best expresses how they feel about their nuptials.

When it comes to the music for your wedding ceremony and the reception, it is important that you consider your budget above all things. Naturally, you will want to have all of the music that you love available including the music that you want for your first dance.

Hiring a DJ can be the best way to go, but it is not the only way to go. If you must hire a DJ, there are a few ways that you can save money on it.

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Give Wedding-Themed "Treasured Letters" Tips Booklets as Prospecting Take-Aways or Client Thank-You Gifts

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Four wedding-themed tips booklets from All My Best make great promotional tools and related businesses to give to brides, grooms, and/or their parents.

These “Treasured Letter” booklets were inspired by letters written, framed, and presented at the rehearsal dinner by author Lynette Smith’s own son and daughter-in-law to their respective parents. The letters described not only their fondest childhood memories but also the values, life lessons, and ideals they would bring to their marriage.

The 16-page booklets help writers plan, compose, package, present, and enhance a heartfelt letter to a loved one. They’re titled:

Good Ways to Write a Treasured Letter …

  • To Your GROOM When You Marry
  • To Your BRIDE When You Marry
  • To Your PARENTS When You Marry
  • To Your SON or DAUGHTER Getting Married

They fit in a business envelope for easy mailing and are available individually, in discounted bundles of 12 or 100 per title, and in further-discounted assortment packs of 48 or 400. The covers have ample white space for a business card or customized promotional label. (Avery’s #8395 White Adhesive Name Badge labels fit perfectly, for example.)

These tips booklets will help your wedding clients add dimension to their pending nuptials by writing treasured letters to share the love.

And your clients will know who to thank for it.

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For more information or to order the “Treasured Letter” booklets, visit GoodWaysToWrite.com.