The Wedding Ceremony
Having a wireless microphone
If more than twenty people are in attendance, or you have an outdoor wedding, you may want your officiant to have a wireless microphone. With the right technician at the controls, a microphone can not only make audible the conductor of your wedding ceremony, but can bring out the tonal qualities of his voice, enriching the experience for your guests. With a larger gathering, or the presence of ambient environmental noise such as nearby traffic, two things may happen: the officiant will have to shout to be heard, limiting her dynamic range, or worse (and this is more often the case), the officiant will be inaudible to all but the aisle seats of the very first row. Your guests care about you and have made the effort to attend your wedding ceremony. They want to hear every word to fully share in the experience of your commitment.
If you choose the timeless classics, or prefer to express your individuality with the wedding ceremony music, M3P will be there for you. If you want to hear the soaring trumpets, lumbering bass, and dancing violins of a full orchestral arrangement, my professional sound system is not only up to the task, but you may hear parts of the music you never noticed before! Also, many couples want to add something a little different and opt for music, in part or all of the wedding ceremony, that completely breaks with tradition. In that case there's nothing like hearing the music as it was performed by the original artist that made you fall in love with the song in the first place. Music is a personal experience shared among many people. I will amplify your taste and style in a way that exceeds your and your guests' expectations.
This is such an important consideration for your wedding ceremony and reception that it cannot be over-emphasized. Timing is what distinguishes a true professional. This day began in the imagination of a little girl, long before the proposal, and was dreamt of time and again. Can you imagine before the lighting of a unity candle, the moment is fast approaching, and the DJ is talking with one of the caterers and not paying the smallest amount of attention to the task at hand. That is, of course, an awful scenario, though it has been known to happen, but the timing of the music can make all the difference, and all of our professional DJs are trained to time the music perfectly with each portion of the wedding ceremony, meaning it will flow smoothly from the seating of the guests to the full recessional.