Your walk down the aisle can be the most memorable moment for you, and your guests, at your wedding. The sight of the bride, the dress, and the groom’s reaction can be unforgettable. Of course, there is more to the moment than just what people are seeing. Music can have a real impact on your ceremony, whether you decide to play something traditional, or use a modern piece. In addition to selecting the right piece to accompany your walk down the aisle, you will also have a choice in how music is provided. Should you use live music, or play something that has been recorded? While a live performer can feel more elegant, and more traditional, you may be reluctant to take on the extra cost. With that said, a live performer can respond in the moment if there are any delays or complications, while a recorded piece will continue on, even if your procession is disrupted.
Choosing The Music That Suits You On Your Special Day
Ultimately, your choice of music will be a reflection of your tastes, and your budget. If you want to create a more formal experience, having live musicians can fit your ceremony more neatly. However, if you want to have a more intimate and casual wedding experience, you might want to play something modern, and select a piece that’s connected more to your relationship than to tradition.
Creating A Truly Beautiful Experience For Your Ceremony
We are proud to offer couples the chance to enjoy a beautiful outdoor wedding ceremony, and to walk down the aisle surrounded by Texas Hill Country. Whether you want a large, formal experience or a more laid-back celebration, you can find the right space for your needs, and enjoy the wedding you have dreamed of celebrating.
Texas Old Town Can Give You A Beautiful Setting For Your Wedding Ceremony And Reception
You can enjoy a beautiful walk down the aisle when you plan your wedding at Texas Old Town! We are proud to be a premiere venue for couples interested in an Austin wedding experience. To schedule a tour of our event venue in Kyle, TX, call our office today at 512-396-1800 or complete our online contact form.