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Unusual Wedding Music Trends
• Social media is engulfed in first dance videos posted by adoring guests, but one trend that has perhaps
gotten a bit big for its britches is the choreographed first dance. What started out as nervous grooms
not wanted to look foolish in front of their guests, quickly turned into musical mayhem, with newly-
weds re-enacting the final sense of popular movies including Flashdance and Dirty Dancing.
• Flashmobs have also become a big hit at weddings, with guests surprising the happy couple with
dance routines, funky moves and music playlists to entertain, make them laugh or even cry.
• Other notable trends include hiring or inviting big ticket bands and a-list singers to the wedding,
though this can come at quite the additional price tag. With some grooms surprising their new wives
with their favorite band to accompany their first dance or fathers grafting in local celebrities during
the toast, surprise performances have become almost a wedding norm.
• Speaking of toasts, this tradition has also had a makeover with some people turning to music and
creating parodies in order to convey their sentiments. Whether its the bride singing a love song as she
descends the aisle, the groom on guitar during the reception or the bridesmaids singing a love ballad
about the family cat, more and more weddings are seeing DIY performances worthy of the internet.
• Of course, music is not just used to shock and awe the guests nor to surprise the happy couple with a
flashy performance. Less traditional forms of background music are also becoming popular as more
and more couples move away from the traditional classical options. Whether with a live band or a DJ,
themed weddings are increasingly popular, with brides opting for all 60's rock cafe and swinger music
to historical and fantasy re-enactment weddings taking on the scores of popular movies and games in