It’s June! It’s one of the most popular months of the year to get married. Lots of brides dream of having a June wedding day. The choice of songs you play during your wedding, or at the reception, could make or break what should be the most joyous day of your life.
Wedding Songs Have Real Meanings
You and your beloved might have an ironic sense of humor. Or maybe, you love to choose the unusual. You love to go against the grain. Do the unexpected. Or, you think all of those “love songs” are just too “mushy” for your wedding day.
That all may be true. But you will probably have family and friends around you to help you celebrate your union. The songs you choose to play during your wedding ceremony, and at your reception, will matter. It will show all of those people how you really feel about each other.
A Romantic Title Doesn’t Mean Its An Appropriate Wedding Song
When you scroll down to the list of six 80s songs to avoid on your wedding day, you may be surprised to find a few that you had on your list as “must haves.” The title may make the song sound romantic. But, once you hear the lyrics, you will understand why some of these tunes should be avoided on your wedding day.
There Are Plenty Of Romantic 80s Songs
We play lots of romantic songs on 96.3 KKLZ. There are plenty of love songs from the 80s to play on your wedding day.
And here are just a few off the top of my head: “Heaven” by Bryan Adams, “Up Where We Belong” by Joe Cocker and Jennifer Warnes, “Take My Breath Away” by Berlin, “Nothing’s Gonna Stop Us Now” by Starship, and “Endless Love” by Diana Ross and Lionel Richie.
Additionally, here’s a list of appropriate 80s songs for your day of bliss. This list was compiled by Nick Stackhouse on ArrowHouseEvents.co.uk.
We wish you a long and happy marriage!