3 Types of Songs to Avoid for Your Wedding’s Special Moments
Your Big Day is of the utmost importance to you – so you definitely want to make sure you do everything the right way when planning all of its details. Obviously, your wedding playlist has a crucial role in being absolutely certain everything is perfect – but what are the types of songs you should avoid for your wedding’s special moments?
Following, we have gathered 3 tips you should keep in mind – so read on to find out more.
• Whitney Houston’s I Will Always Love You. This may sound like the most romantic song ever – but the truth is that it isn’t. It speaks about breakup and heartbreak – and that’s the kind of thing you definitely don’t want for your wedding day.
• Sister Sledge’s We Are Family. Yes, you’re all family there – and this song may have been really nice to play a few years ago. However, it may be too kitschy, too catchy and far too cliché for your wedding – so consider skipping it altogether.
• The Police’s Every Breath You Take. Again, this may sound very romantic – but if you listen carefully, this song is anything but romantic. In fact, it can be downright scary, making you thinking of a stalker, rather than a loved one.
• Bee Gee’s Stayin’ Alive. This song has been playing at every party since the 70s – so why would you want to repeat it too? Sure, it is a high-energy song people love – but most of us don’t even know what the song says (aside from the chorus) and it has been much too overused for it to be fresh in any way. There are many other, much better alternatives.
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AUTHOR: Bridal Marketing Group