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Secrets to Creating Your Unique Wedding Day Music

Forget going with the flow! It is your special day. Think of the sounds that are romantic to you, and then create the music that matches your ideal and your style. Oh, but you say you are not a musician? Who says anything about being one in order to have your favorite sounds on your wedding day?

Surely you know what you like to hear! How about the sounds of the ocean? Waves lapping on the seashore? Or perhaps the sound of a harp, ethereal and tugging at your heart strings. Maybe it is the primal sounds of an Aboriginal Didgeridoo? Feeling your feet deeply rooted to the ground; Mother Earth itself hugging you. How about the sound of a conch shell conjuring up soon to be realized expectations? Try a guitar strumming in time with your heart beat. Let your imagination run, write down what you want, and it will be a no brainier putting together your dream sounds for your dream wedding day.

Do you fancy the romantic and graceful sounds of a harp? Practically all styles of music can be played on the harp. Nowadays a solo harpist is a familiar sight in both formal and informal weddings. Coming in a variety of shapes and sizes, the harp is fairly easy to transport. If you do decide to hire a harpist for your wedding, ask for samples of her or his work. And always shop around.

A more contemporary favorite is the solo musician with a guitar. If you are getting married in Hawaii, and it is outdoors, a solo musician strumming the Hawaiian Wedding Song while you are exchanging your vows will create an image and sound that will be treasured for a lifetime. Add a Conch Shell Blower to herald the beginning of your new journey, and your Hawaiian wedding will be special indeed.

But if you go for the down to earth sounds, then you want the Aboriginal Didgeridoo. sound. Perhaps the oldest musical instrument on earth, the Didgeridoo produces a low-pitch sound, and it is often said that if the earth had a voice, it would be the sound of the Didgeridoo. Though not normally played as a solo instrument, the Didgeridoo can enhance any musical ensemble. It is a sound that comes from the heart; you feel it, and once you hear it, you will never forget it. The perfect compliment for your wedding day!

Now that you know what you like, look for music samples on the Web. Many artists have free samples online. If the style is what you like, buy the tract. Most tracts cost less than a US dollar. Another alternative is to check out your local music store. Listen to sample tapes. Once you find what you want, it is time to search for live musicians around your area. One who is familiar with your chosen instrument, sound, style and can also duplicate the sounds.

As you can see, the secret to creating your own music is to know what you want. You do not have to go along with your wedding planner, your parents, or your friend's choices. With a little creativity and research, you can personalize your wedding sounds. Make it unique, and most important, you will create a memory that will be treasured for a long time.

Taueva Faotusia is the owner of Hawaiian Waikiki Wedding. For additional information on getting married in Hawaii, visit our Web site http://thawaiianwedding.com/

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