Music to Avoid Playing at Your Wedding

Music can enhance just about any occasion, so choosing the right music for your wedding day is of importance! After all, music will be a lovely addition to your wedding before your ceremony even begins and will remain present throughout your entire big day.

As important as it is to know what songs would make your big day wonderful, you should know what music to avoid on your wedding day as well.

Here at Black Tie Productions, we believe that your wedding music is a crucial part to your wedding day! That’s why, here at Black Tie Productions, we have put together music to avoid playing at your wedding. Keep reading to gain some great insight:

  • Taking Offense. There is plenty of music that has a great beat, but features distasteful lyrics. These songs could be considered offensive to many people, especially your elderly guests and small children. Be mindful of lyrics, to ensure that your music is appropriate for all ages.
  • Not the Right Connection. When you hear the song My Heart Will Go on by Celine Dion, what is your first thought? It’s likely that your mind went straight to the dramatic movie Titanic. Although this is a wildly popular movie, the dramatic loss of life has permanently stuck with these lyrics. The songs you choose for your wedding celebration should not be connected to an awful experience.
  • Your Background Music. There will be times within your wedding where background music is a better choice than full songs. Talk with your partner about what style of background music you want to use when creating your wedding ambiance. For example, if you are having speeches presented, you can choose subtle music to be presented, to set a warm and welcoming atmosphere. You will want to avoid loud and lyrical songs for moments such as these.

Music will be a wonderful addition to a wedding! These are just a few tips to assist you with planning yours. Here at Black Tie Productions, as a Flint wedding DJ, we believe that you deserve unforgettable wedding entertainment. Contact us today to book your wedding DJ, photobooth, and up-lighting in Flint, Michigan.

 

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