Genres That Should Be Avoided at Your Wedding
Your wedding, being such an eventful occasion, should certainly reflect the right sound. With many genres of music that fill that world, you certainly aren’t limited when it comes to songs to play within your wedding reception.
However, with so many genres to choose from, surely there are some that probably wouldn’t be the best fit for your big day.
Are you aware of some of the genres that you should consider adding to your wedding “do not play” list? If not, you are in luck, as DJ Brock Weddings has gathered them for you. If you are interested in discovering what these genres are, be sure to continue reading for some insight:
- Rap. When it comes to rap, you will experience an array of different sounds. From hip hop to gangster, rap is actually a very diverse genre. However, it is important to remember that with guests of all ages attending your wedding, rap may not be an ideal choice. Unfortunately, most rap songs come with heavy language and stories, which is not ideal for such a special and romantic day.
- Heavy metal. Even though heavy metal is probably the furthest genre away from rap, it is still one that should be played with caution. Most guests won’t enjoy the loud screaming and screeching sounds that is most often reflected throughout heavy metal’s music. Also, it does not pose a good genre for dancing to either.
- Slow songs. Of course, every wedding should have some slow, romantic songs played, as your wedding is such an intimate day. However, the amount of slow songs played should be limited. If your guests don’t have a partner to dance with, it could cause them to leave the dance floor, and they may not return. Also, guests want to be able to enjoy your upbeat and festive atmosphere, which will certainly be presented through songs that pack more of a punch.
Playing the right music within your wedding reception will certainly ensure that your guests are entertained. Providing musical entertainment for years, DJ Brock Weddings is ready to add some fun to your big day with a Lake Tahoe DJ. If you are ready to begin planning your Lake Tahoe wedding music, please feel free to get in touch with us today.