DJ Wedding Experience

Posted By on Aug 3, 2012

Moving forward with questions you should ask your wedding DJ, and just knowledge that is good to have, we touch on the number of weddings a disc jockey does in a given year.  Some companies will claim an almost unbelievable number in order to impress you.  The sheer number a company may, or may not, do is not the real reason for this question.  You ask this to find out how many per year the DJ who is going to work for YOU does.   This...

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>On contracts and your DJ

Posted By on Feb 16, 2012

>Having a proper contract with the person responsible for helping make your wedding or event just right is imperative. A contract by definition is “An agreement between two or more parties, especially one that is written and enforceable by law“. It is a form that protects everyone involved with it’s signing. All of the terms of our service to you are spelled out and also on your side what your responsibilities are...

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>Wedding promptness

Posted By on Jan 12, 2012

>Another important question to ask your wedding or event disc jockey is “When will you be there to set up?”. It sounds innocuous but having the proper amount of time to set up our equipment and deal with any possible issues is important. As a professional mobile DJ with a focus on weddings I always arrive an hour and a half to two hours before any wedding I do with a similar time frame for any bigger event. This allows me...

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>Overly talkative DJ’s

Posted By on Jan 4, 2012

>This is a point that I have heard various sides too over the years. Some people, they seem to be the minority, don’t mind and actively encourage their disc jockey to be as garrulous as can be at their wedding or event. Other people, seems to be the majority, want a DJ to talk only when needed and keep vocals to a minimum. Often people are somewhere in the middle too so there is not a black and white answer to this issue. My...

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>A professional DJ will never consume alcohol or take cigarette breaks during your wedding. If while you are interviewing a DJ he or she tells you they need or like to have a few drinks to “loosen up” while working, you should probably look for a DJ with higher standards of professionalism. If he or she tells you they have to have a 5 or 10 minute cigarette break every hour you should, once again, perhaps look for someone with a...

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This is just some thoughts on picking the music for your wedding reception. Why is this important? Because it if not done carefully you can end up with a lot of stuff no one will dance too. Before making your song choices, I suggest looking over your guest list and consider who will be attending and who is likely to dance. Early on in the reception, I recommend playing wedding reception dance music that will appeal to as many of your...

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