Today we’re down in Cincinnati at the Duke Energy Convention Center with our sister company at the Bridalrama Winter Showcase. We’re posted up at booth 311 with our open photo booth.
Come meet us, learn about our special Bridalrama deal, and try out our booth!
Bridalrama is one of the biggest bridal and wedding events in the region, and many Dayton area vendors and future brides travel down to check out the show and find vendors for their wedding.
The next Bridalrama is the Summer Showcase, happening in July, and we will participate in that show as well. If you’re interested in attending, please contact us and we’ll send you free tickets while supplies last.
Many couples put a lot of thought into the playlist and the style of music they want at the reception, and clearly just as many put a lot of thought into what they don’t what at a wedding. The analytical web site, FiveThirtyEight, has compiled a list of the most frequently banned songs as reported by DJs – some of the top ones are surprises, some everyone is relieved to see banned (except that one uncle who really really wants to here the Macarena.)
The biggest surprise for me is that the Cha Cha Slide ranks so highly on the list – I go to a lot of weddings and I don’t know that I’ve ever not heard at least one of the Cha Cha Slides (there’s three parts, and multiple versions of each song, in case you didn’t know) being played. Either the DJs miss what I presume is the intention of the ban and play parts 2 or 3, or the type of couple who would ban this classic doesn’t get a photo booth.
More details and stats at https://fivethirtyeight.com/features/the-ultimate-playlist-of-banned-wedding-songs/