If you're married, you'll be well aware of the arduous processes involved - venues, cakes and loathsome family members will do their upmost to make your trip down the aisle as pain-staking and wallet-crushing as possible. If you're not married yet, remember that a wedding is a joyous occasion filled with lovely family members, hilarious speeches and most importantly: music.
Once you've talked your partner out of choosing I Will Always Love You as a first dance, drawing up a wedding playlist is your chance to shine. We could give you some suggestions in that department but we figured a list of completely inappropriate songs would be far more entertaining. Sorry. Here's our guide to the music you'd love to hear… at someone else's wedding.
Comparing married life to hell is just down-right pessimistic.
Just imagine a bride pretending to run down the aisle in slow motion. Amazing.
If you overlooked the pre-nuptials - it's too late now.
The father of the bride is probably thinking this anyway!
Didn't Britney Spears do this in Las Vegas?
An ode to all your single guests. They're either laughing at your demise as a singleton or desperately scanning the room for a suitor of their own. Either way, this one's for them.
Depressing, morbid, inappropriate.
Hopefully that waxwork in the corner of the church will come to life and join the party.
Always a perfect photo moment… of your mother's facial expression.
This is wrong in so many ways.
After reading the song's title, we think it's safe to say that no explanation is needed here.
In marriage, honesty is always the best policy.