A good place to start your search is with your own music library. Select a song for their first dance first and if you have a civil ceremony, songs for their service. Think, if you hire the evening entertainment, a DJ working with you to create a playlist that has a lot of numbers and disco dancing entertain your guests have the whole night together.
Scroll through the music libraries of friends and family. You need music for your ceremony, the cocktail background music and wedding breakfast and perhaps a special track for when the wedding cake is cut. Classical and instrumental songs are the most popular choice for background music, as it has a subtle background noise that creates the right atmosphere in a room.
If you still need to find more wedding songs, then it's time to search the internet for music libraries and inspiration. Look at wedding places on popularity to offer a library of songs that you can listen to, and give scores based. A classification system is great that good wedding songs that have been recorded by other couples who may have or who will use it to show.
Finally, many wedding websites and magazines are brought CD compilation wedding songs. This includes songs that have been tested for weddings, including traditional classical, modern and contemporary. They cover a range suitable for all areas of your wedding and you can use the right mix of songs to give to make your day perfect songs.
Once you have a suitable wedding song found and then start, a list of titles and where they should be used. Once you have found at least two songs for each item of the day, you can browse through the list and reduce the music to enough to see through. Remember that you need to have an idea of how long your cocktail hour and wedding breakfast you have to see through enough music - not only choose three songs and endless repetition!