“Great DJs Do More Than You See at a Wedding!”

Rather than viewing the DJ as just the person who comes in and plays music for 4 or 5 hours, view the DJ as the wedding vendor whose work affects the entire direction and flow of events at a wedding reception. DJs will frequently provide other vendors at the reception with tips about the timeline. This is based on what has been previously planned out with the future bride and groom. A great DJ will point out to the photographer or videographer when a key moment about to happen; one that they might otherwise miss. A great DJ listens to their clients and gathers information about special moments and formalities that other vendors might not know or anticipate. Lastly, a great DJ learns exactly what their client really wants at the wedding and then delivers a reception based on everything they’ve ever discussed…  from their very first meeting right up to an impromptu request sent up at the end of the night. It’s all about making the client’s “perfect wedding” vision a reality, not playing the same songs DJs play at every other wedding! Many of the things a great DJ does to make the wedding a success may not even be noticed at all.

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Posted on July 26, 2012, in DJ, Entertainment, Music, Weddings. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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