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I get that.... But there are much nicer ways then asking them to dance infront of a large group they may not know... I'd rather a nicely written card and a mention in the speech. Would have way more meaning.
Our wedding is book themed, so we were thinking about using themes from book series that were made into films (we want to walk into Concerning Hobbits, which will then transition directly into our first dance song lol) but finding songs people will recognize is proving a little more challenging. We'll see! Still have lots of time to figure it out! Can always ask the DJ for suggestions too
I think it depends on the group. Some bridal parties are really good at being hype people and others are super shy. But at the same time, couples also want to pay respect to their bridal party for their help in making the day happen.
We did smashmouth I'm a believer but just us. Personally, and this is likely an unpopular opinion, I think the wedding party entrances are awkward and a waste of time. No one cares. They're there for the bride and groom. I find it so odd how centred weddings are on the wedding party.