Browsing the internet and your favorite bridal magazines, you were likely met with plenty of do’s and don’ts of wedding planning. From bridal attire to your cuisine, there are certainly a lot of details that will need to be given careful consideration.
However, there is one very important detail that should not be overlooked, and that’s your wedding entertainment!
We believe that every couple should planned their wedding music to perfection! That’s why, here at Kentucky Pro DJ, we have put together some music that you should avoid presenting at your own wedding. To discover some great tips, be sure to continue reading:
- Obsessively Shadowing. This is just a less creepy way to say “stalking”. Unfortunately, there are too many songs about stalking that seem to pass as love songs, such as Every Breath You Take by the Police. Playing songs that talk about stalking definitely sends the wrong message on your special day.
- Songs with Bad References. There are quite a few romantic songs that have been linked to unfortunate references. For example, My Heart Will Go on by Celine Dion is a well-known song that is linked to the beautiful couple from the movie Titanic. But, when you consider how many people in that movie met a dramatic end, is that really the “love” song you want to present at your wedding?
- Drawn Out Songs. Most songs run about three minutes, give or take. So, when you feature songs that run much longer, such as Stairway to Heaven by Led Zepplin, you are playing a dangerous game with this extended playing time. When a song goes on for this long, dancing and celebrating can become stale or awkward as your guests wait for a change in tone or a new song.
It is important that you present only the best music at your wedding! These are just some songs that you will want to avoid presenting at your own wedding. Here at Kentucky Pro DJ, as a Lexington wedding DJ, we can ensure that only the best music is presented for your nuptials. Contact us today to begin planning with your wedding DJ in Lexington, Kentucky.
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