Consider This "Do Not Play" List for Your Wedding Day
Your wedding will certainly be a festive celebration! Loving vows, delicious food, fun favors; you will present a great deal of entertainment. However, it is important to remember that the main focus for fun will be out on your dance floor.
In order to showcase a great atmosphere for your big day, you must present the right music! Are you aware of which songs would be best to highlight at your wedding?
We understand the importance that music plays at a wedding! That’s why, here at DJ Brock & Steele Weddings, we have gathered some songs that you will want to avoid presenting at your own wedding. If you are ready to discover what these songs are, be sure to continue reading:
- My Heart Will Go On. While the song My Heart Will Go On by Celine Dion is linked to one of the most romantic movies, Titanic, this doesn’t mean that the song itself is loving. In fact, it’s actually about losing the love of another. So, it certainly isn’t an ideal choice for such a heartfelt event.
- Celebration. Yes, your wedding is quite the celebration! But, presenting the song Celebration by Kool and the Gang can really put a damper on your dance floor. This classic tune made its mark on the music world decades ago, and has now been overplayed. It’s time to put this song to rest.
- YMCA. You can showcase some fun by throwing your hands in the air as you spell out the letters to YMCA by the Village People. However, this song certainly has the potential to add a “cheese” factor to your big day. While it may have been popular back in the day, it’s time to move forward with some more modern group dances.
With the right music, your wedding will be a true success! These are just a few songs that you will want to avoid presenting at yours. To book your wedding DJ in in Lake Tahoe, please get in touch with us here at DJ Brock & Steele Weddings. We would be honored to be a part of your big day as your Lake Tahoe wedding DJ.
AUTHOR: Marketing Marriage
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