With all the talk of “bargain shopping” at Walmart, there’s also the dreaded “wedding band” (or “wannabe band”).
As a DIY band, you don’t need a big name like The Killers or Fleetwood Mac to get your band together and play.
Instead, your band is comprised of your friends, family, and friends of friends.
This is how the wedding band came to be.
If you’re planning a big wedding, you might want to consider renting a band and trying to convince a friend to join in.
But if you just want to get together and jam, this may not be the best option.
If a band member is having trouble booking a venue or if you’re looking for a band to jam with, check out our tips on booking bands and getting your band ready to rock.1.
Determine Your Band Name.
The first step in getting your wedding band ready is to determine your band’s name.
Band names can vary depending on where you’re going, but in general, the more specific your name is, the easier it will be for your bandmates to find you.
To find your band name, find the band on Facebook, Google, and Bing.
In the search box, type in “wwe” or “wrestlemania.”
The band name should come up as the first result.2.
Make an Invitation.
Once you have your band names and band names in hand, you’ll want to send an invitation to your friends.
Facebook is your best bet here because it will give you access to all your band members’ personal information and lets you share photos of your band.
Google also gives you a little more control over the invite than Facebook does, so you can specify what your band will be playing, and how many people will be there.3.
Choose A Date.
If you’re not planning a major wedding, consider going with a date you’re comfortable with, such as a Saturday, Sunday, or Tuesday night.
A wedding band can play in small venues with limited seating, so a Saturday night will give your band enough time to set up and get ready.
If your band doesn’t have a big venue to play at, or you’re unsure of where you’ll be able to set it up, you can go with a Thursday night.4.
Pick A Theme.
The theme you choose should be something you like to do and something you’re excited about.
For example, if you plan to sing songs that your band can do, like “You Never Give Up,” pick a song that has a fun, upbeat vibe to it.
If that sounds like a theme that works for you, it’s okay to change it.
The more specific the theme is, like a ballad, you’re more likely to find people who are into the song.5.
Choose The Name.
As soon as you’ve determined your band theme, you may want to pick a name that makes you feel comfortable.
For bands that play a variety of songs, the name you choose will be a big factor in how your band sounds.
If it sounds like you and your band have an affinity for the same genre, choose a name like “the beatboxing band” or something like that.
If the name is too generic, pick something that has an “e” in it, like an “r.”
For example: “the metal band” is the perfect name for a rock band.6.
Choose Your Band Member.
You can also decide what to wear to the wedding.
In some cases, you want to wear your band member’s attire as you dance or sing, and this can be tricky if your band has a big stage or stage lights.
You can either wear your ensemble in place of your clothing or have it hanging off your shoulders.
For smaller bands, it might be best to wear a tuxedo or a suit.
If there’s a lot of dancing, a white dress can work just as well.7.
Get Your Band Together.
Once your band gets set up, there are a couple of steps you need to take.
First, you should get together with your band and set a date and time.
This step may seem daunting, but it’s all worth it.
You might find your wedding bands playing in a bar, in a club, or in a parking lot, so it’s important to have a place where you can be your band for a little bit of time.
The next step is figuring out how to get to the venue.
You need to find a venue, a parking space, and an elevator.
Here’s how you do it:1.
Search for a Location.
To find a location to play your wedding, go to Google Maps.
The first thing you’ll see is the location of your wedding venue.
If not, click on the “Search” icon in the top left