Wedding Dj – Issues To Consider

Several months ago a friend shared a story about a wedding she had gone to. As I sat an listened I was filled with sadness because so many of the mishaps she shared were almost 100% avoidable. A bride should have the best reception ever! This article will help you avoid the same mistakes and possibly make your reception beyond unforgettable…for all the right reasons!

As a matter of fact, there is an easy way for you to save money on your reception. You can arrange a buffet dinner. This will help to lower the costs of your reception. To this end, you will probably need to discuss with the caterer or the staff from the reception hall so that you can arrange it easily.

Sure, the DJ can MC. So could the photographer, the videographer, the venue manager or the limo driver. There are many highly experienced DJ’s who can manage to act as both a Wedding DJ and a wedding MC. But to be honest, when 1 person does 2 people’s jobs, it usually results in both jobs being done to a lower standard.

Find out how extensive his music library is, whether he will be playing CD’s or digital, and also how he will handle requests. Ask how he will select a particular song, because the last thing you want is him fumbling through a heap of CD’s to find a special song. Don’t treat him like a juke box operator though, because he should have the experience of knowing which songs to play and when to play them.

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As you will be the host, you will get the freedom to select the choice of songs. However, if the guests are not liking what is been planned, then the DJ can use his or her experience to play the songs that are most liked by the crowds. If you want to share some photographs or some slides, you may want a projector as well.

Probably one of the oldest tricks, gathering referrals and recommendation is often the best way of going about it. Those who are planning a wedding for the first time, may not have contacts from where they can get help. That is when going old school can be beneficial. You can ask your friends, family, relatives, co-workers, and acquaintances. Some of them must have planned their wedding or may know someone who knows someone! That is how this cycle works. It is also fruitful as you would already get to know how the DJ is if he/she has played at the wedding of someone you know.

The DJ have to know the dressing code and what you anticipate him to put on. Make this clear in advance and it will save you frustration at the occasion. If the Dee Jay has worked the site previously, you can request him for assistance with entertainment logistic. Take into account this an additional. Finally, you will need to put everything down in writings. The agreement is your formal protection as to prices, what happens in the occasion that the Dee Jay can not make it, and logistic.