Seriously, y’all need to stop doing lip sync videos at weddings. Remember how awful flash mobs were? Yeah, that’s what wedding lip syncs are in 2016. The only people that should have to worry about rehearsing for anything at weddings are the bride, groom, wedding parties, and wedding band. Everyone else is on vacation and should behave as such, and I don’t think that’s an outlandish statement whatsoever.
Here’s some more evidence, per Mashable, who had the wildly incorrect headline, “Newlyweds take their romance to the dance floor with delightful lip-sync performance.” If you replace “delightful” with “punchable” then I think we’re more on track. Just see for yourself.
Claudia & Nick | Wedding Music Video
We've never been asked to film a music video at a wedding before – but there's a first for everything! Choreographed by Carmelo from Dancing with The Stars, Claudia & Nick involved all of their guests in this impromptu music video, culminating in the traditional Greek 'Smashing of the Plates'! It was great fun and a fantastic way to open up the dance floor!#CarmeloDancingWithTheStarsCrown Perth, WedStyle, Erica Serena Photographer, #MichelleMok
Posted by Everafter Productions on Monday, March 14, 2016
Also, just stop playing “Shots” at your wedding, for two reasons. First of all, most wedding bartenders don’t even serve shots so that’s just getting everyone’s hopes up. Secondly, when Lil Jon’s voice is blaring through the speakers at whatever nice venue you selected for yourself, what do you think your grandma thinks of that? She’s going to think she raised a douchebag, which in this case, she did. .