Wedding planning is incredibly stressful. First, you need to figure out how many guests to invite, and then you have to book the venue, hire a caterer, order a cake, buy a dress, and so many other things. You also need to choose and book a wedding DJ. The entire atmosphere at the wedding reception depends on the DJ you choose, so you need to make a wise choice. Here's how to get the best DJ for your wedding.
Choosing a DJ
Many couples make a mistake by assuming it's easy to select the ideal DJ so they postpone it as much as they can. Sure, if you Google DJs who offer wedding services you'll get hundreds of results, but it can be overwhelming to choose that one person who will play a significant role on the happiest day of your life. Here are some tips to choose a wedding DJ:
Research, research, research – look for DJs in your area and read what they offer thoroughly
Bear in mind that you get what you paid for – don't merely assume DJ will bring a digital photo booth just because most of them do. If it isn’t a part of their standard service, you can’t expect it
Avoid paying too much attention to websites that show estimates of wedding budgets – those sites show only average costs so you might be in a huge surprise when you realize actual prices are different
Decide whether you’ll look for audio-visual equipment rental or you’ll hire a DJ who brings his own equipment
Try to get a few samples to see how the DJ performed at someone else’s wedding. For example, if you’re considering DJ Plink and KingofMontreal services then ask whether you can get a sample that would help you decide who to hire, do the same with other candidates too
Hire a DJ who plays the music you really like and knows how to transition from one song to the next perfectly
Consult a DJ on whether he or she would be able to accommodate your wedding plans to fit the music perfectly into the theme
Consider your wedding budget and hire a DJ that fits into it
Follow your gut, and if you're feeling a great vibe while listening to a sample or watching a video sent by a DJ it's a sign that you really like it and you shouldn't ignore that feeling
Check whether a DJ can make music unique for your wedding, i.e., don't go for those DJs who play the same tunes at every wedding reception
Now that you know what to consider when hiring a DJ, you’re ready to cross this item off your wedding to-do list too. Good luck.
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