What will play when you or your friend makes that great entrance at the chasunah? These top ideas will get the dance floor hopping!
Everyone remembers their wedding day. Sort of. Yeah, I know it runs by in blur, but not everything. Those of us who were picky about the songs were very busy with our song selections.
But, one thing that was gonna make it or break it, whether you’re musical or not, was the intro.
Oh! That intro! Yes, indeed! All the pieces of your band heralding the arrival of His and Her Royal Highness, the chassan and kallah just outside the doors of the ballroom! The bochurim jumping up and down in crazy dances waiting for you just burst into the room so they could hoist you on their shoulders to the dance floor.
There are many intros that make us tick. However, while most happen to be secular, it doesn’t have to be in order to be good. And sometimes, a Jewish one may even sound better than you envisioned.
Here is my rundown on 5 awesome Jewish intros that can rock your wedding experience off to a great start. (Oh! You’re already married?? Well, then you can tell your single friends before it’s too late.)
Look how much energy you can start off your chassuna with. You can keep it cool and keep it Jewish! What a way to start it off.