Top Songs that Wedding Polls Have Said to Skip
You and your wedding guests are dancing along to a wonderful song, having a great time. Even your great aunt and uncles are out on the dance floor. Then, the song changes, and what is coming through the speakers is an instant mood killer. Once the mood is changed, it can be difficult to change it back to the happy and upbeat setting that had your guests swarming the dance floor.
From tacky and cliché to completely unfitting, there are just some songs that don’t make a good impression at a wedding.
Here at DJ Brock Weddings, we know our music and what will keep your wedding guests in a festive mood. That’s why we have put together a few of the top songs that wedding polls have said to skip. If you are stuck on your wedding music, be sure to continue reading for a little inspiration:
- Sister Sledge’s “We Are Family”. Who would have guessed that you have family at your wedding? That’s right, everyone. This all too catchy song not only states the obvious and screams cliché, but it will also haunt your thoughts for weeks, replaying the chorus over and over again. And while your family is there to attend your big day, it is not about everyone together, but about you and your partner.
- The chicken dance. Your wedding day is a classy event, filled with festive spirit and beautiful outfits. Surely, the last thing you want while dressed to perfection in your stunning wedding ensemble, dancing with your partner, is for the chicken dance to sound loud and proud. Dancing around, flapping your arms like a chicken, is that really the image you would like to present on such a loving and sophisticated day?
- Los Del Rio’s “Macarena”. As if this fun song isn’t played enough at every other event, playing it at your wedding is hardly fitting. Many guests may know the moves, but is that really reason enough to play it? There are likely a few guests that would rather go without seeing this dance and poking fun at in.
There are no right or wrong songs for your big day. Ultimately, your wedding music is up to you and your partner. However, to avoid clichés, it pays to avoid using these songs within your wedding playlist. Here at DJ Brock Weddings, we want to help make your wedding day an enjoyable event. If you are in search of a quality Lake Tahoe DJ, be sure to contact us today.
AUTHOR: Marketing Marriage
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