Southern Belle in Training

Fashion, Travel & Lifestyle Blog || Est. 2012 || Virginia Beach, VA

April 20, 2013

All things prom {part 3}

     I apologize that this post is a day late. Yesterday afternoon was a long day of classes, grocery shopping and... a haircut! Pictures to come on Monday. :-)

     Anyways, here is part 3 of my "All things prom" series! Today I've made a little playlist of my favorite prom songs. I think that having a good prom playlist is especially important because the music that the DJ played about both of the proms I went to was horrible for the most part. Junior year there was a ton of country music played, and a live performance from some band made of up a few members of that year's senior class. Their music had an indie rock feel... definitely not cool for prom! Last year the DJ played rap music for most of the night. Don't get me wrong, I like a little rap. But these weren't even rap songs that were popular on the radio, and many had bad language. Since I have a fondness for 90s music, you might see a few older songs mixed in here. :-)

Lou Bega-Mambo #5

The Wanted-Glad You Came 

Carly Rae Jespen-Call Me Maybe

Britney Spears-...Baby One More Time

Rihanna-Don't Stop the Music

Chris Brown-Forever

Pitbull-Don't Stop the Party

*NSYNC-Bye Bye Bye

Havana Brown ft. Pitbull-We Run the Night (edited version)

Neil Diamond-Sweet Caroline (This is a real oldie but it played it at my junior prom and everyone loved it!)

LMFAO-Sexy and I Know It (You'd be surprised at the terribly bad dance moves that come out when this one starts playing. Hilarious!)

     I'm not a huge fan of an overabundance of slow songs at a prom, but below is my vote for the best prom slow song ever. It was actually featured in one of my older cousin's old prom magazines from 2002 or 2003. :-) I love it because the message of the song isn't neccessarily just about missing romantic love, but also could be about missing friends or family. Perfect for a senior prom as everyone prepares to leave for college!

Vanessa Carlton-1000 Miles

     What songs were played at your prom?? 

     Happy weekend everyone!

     xoxo Miss ALK


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