the perfect notes

Getting the music just right

 

Getting the music right throughout the day is the challenge as each part of a wedding has a particular ‘feel’ and tone - the music also needs to support those ‘key moments’. 

We work with our couples to develop a custom solution for all parts of the day and those key songs for the ceremony, arrival of the couple to reception, first dance and last song. 

Check out our custom playlists, a great starting point for deciding on your music.

Have a browse, gather some ideas, then contact us to get the ball rolling.

 
 
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Brown-a-licious

Club bangin’ jams, R’n’B and Hip Hop during dance time – Beyonce and Rihanna rule here.

 
 
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Disco Funkin'

Great for during the latter stages of the dinner service to get toes tapping ahead of the dance floor.

 
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Guilty Pleasures

Those songs you love but will hesitate to admit to… Think Whitney and Grease Megamix here.

 
 
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Kiwi Homegrown

It’s all kiwi-born reggae and dub tunes – perfect for a hot Saturday afternoon – think Black Seeds and Fat Freddy’s Drop.

 
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Hour of Power

Rock power anthems strictly for the peak of the evening. Everyone loves a good boozy sing-along with a bit of air-guitar thrown in there. Think big hair bands and 70’s stadium rock.

 
 
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Postmodern Jukebox

Post-modern take on those classic tunes, re-recorded as acoustic ballads and quirky remixes – great for a younger crowd early on. 

 
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Soul & Motown

It’s well-known tunes with a classy, upbeat and sophisticated sound. The Temptations, Marvin Gaye and Aretha Franklin lay down the soul tunes

 
 
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Swing & Crooners

Re-create that great golden era of ‘The Great Gatsby’. Up-tempo, big band tunes perfect for a sunny Saturday afternoon drinking champagne and the hors d’oeuvre. You can’t go past Frank Sinatra here

 
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Unplugged Contemporary

The perfect way to start the day with these heartfelt, acoustic tunes, Sam Smith, Ed Sheeran is what you’ve got for you.

 
 
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Urban Groove

Downbeat, R’n’B and Hip Hop rule here