Post # 1
Okay, my family is a very conservative bunch. But it’s MY wedding and I wanna get out on the dance floor and party it up! Obviously within reason.
I just can’t get over wanting these songs played at some point, however. I just want the chance to bust a move with my girls on the floor. Would you be offended if you were a guest at my wedding and these songs were played?
#1 Tonight by Enrique (warning this video is pretty raunchy)
#2 Party Rock Anthem by LMFAO
#3 Don’t Stop the Party by BEP
Mostly I’m just worried about the song Tonight. I know it’s kinda raunchy but I can’t stop wanting to sneak it in.
Post # 3
Hey, what am I gonna say, I play “Institutionalized” by Suicidal Tendancies at our wedding. I am sure my political conservative friends and family were alittle weirded out, but I just love that song.
Post # 4
@SweetRose2011: It’s your wedding. Every person can be offended by SOMETHING. As long as they aren’t like screaming out profanities or anything I think it is fine.
Post # 4
I think you should definitely play them if you want them!
Post # 5
Personally I wouldn’t be offended, but I don’t really get offended over too much. Our DJ played Bottom’s Up and a few other “offensive” songs. I put offensive in quotes because the only person possibly offended was Mother-In-Law. We waited to play all the really big dance songs after the grandparents and stuff left.
My husband describes his Mom at the wedding like so:
“She wasn’t offended…but she kind of just stared at us (all the bridal party, us, dancing friends and family) like we were the National Geographic channel!” LOL. Love him.
Post # 6
I wouldn’t be offended (it takes a lot, lol) but honestly I don’t think those songs are super offensive anyways. Of course SOMEONE could choose to be offended, but that’s their problem. You’re right – your wedding, your music! They can’t expect slow songs all night.
Post # 7
I thought you were going to ask for suggestions for some offensive songs to play. I would have been more than happy to help compile a list! Like Mrs.ChubbyBunny said, it’s your wedding, play what you like!
Post # 8
@Aure: LOL that’s what I thought this post was about too. I was like, I am down for that! haha.
Post # 9
They were weirded out? But all you wanted was a Pepsi…
To answer you, I doubt most of your guests will be offended. Just play a mix of stuff and you should be good. I’d stay away from “Me So Horny” or “Pop That P***y” though.
Post # 10
@Corilee13: You have no idea how much I want to hug you right now 🙂
Post # 11
I like them all!
My parents walked into Down with the Sickness by disturbed and Darling Husband and I walked into I Big Poppa by B.I.G. I’m sure some of the older folks were a little freaked out when my parents entered to WAHHAHAHAHA, but it was our day and my parents cracked up.
Post # 12
Haha. Glad to make you smile. 🙂 I do what I can.
Post # 13
I think you’re okay as long as you use the radio edit of “Tonight” instead of the album version 🙂
(For those who don’t know, on the album version the lyrics are “But tonight I’m f*^#ing you”, not “tonight I’m loving you” like they play on the radio)
Post # 14
Eh we played Crazy Bitch at my wedding. That is mine and my girls song. We just played it later in the evening.
Post # 15
I would definitely play them, but make sure you have the RADIO-EDITED VERSION of Tonight by Enrique. The original version goes “Tonight I’m f**king you…” (cringe! awkward!
ETA: Missed the post above mine!