This party playlist is the perfect accompaniment for a spring brunch or really any other spring celebration you have planned.
A great Spotify playlist can make a good party even better. I’ve always loved music. In college, I was on the radio station there. One of my friends and I hosted a show that focused on independent rock music. That’s a complete digression, but to me, music always has the ability to set the tone for an event. As I promised in my last post, I created an easy, breezy playlist that will set the mood for a spring pancake brunch or any other gathering you’re planning to host this spring.
I love using Spotify to create my playlists and streaming music because it’s easy to use and the selection of music cannot be beat. By the way, this isn’t an ad for Spotify (a girl can dream, haha), it’s just truly something I love. I especially like that it suggests new music you may like, based upon what you’ve listened to and liked before. It’s a great way to discover new artists.
My main piece of advice when creating playlists for a gathering is that it should compliment the ambiance you’re trying to create. Typically, when I’m entertaining at home, I want to create a playlist that won’t compete with conversations. Generally (or never), I’m not hosting raucous dance parties and I want people to be able to converse freely without having to shout over music. That said, there’s still variation. If I’m hosting a small, intimate dinner party, I may play moody R&B or jazz, rather than upbeat indie-pop music.
For my spring pancake brunch, I wanted the mood to be easy and mostly upbeat. The weather is getting better. Everyone wants to be a bit more social. So, the music should reflect that. Without further ado, here’s my spring brunch playlist. You can also always find me on Spotify and follow me there as well. Hope you enjoy!
What’s your favorite type of music?