Tips for planning the
Don’t micromanage the timeline for the Wedding.
If there are older guests at your Wedding,
try not to seat them close
in front of the speaker (s).
Don’t put the DJ in an obscure location or corner; the DJ needs to be visible & near the dance floor to get a feel for the crowd.
If you have dance floor lighting, keep in mind that darker is better. Have your DJ use the dimmers available for chandeliers, bistro lighting, etc. to set the mood!
If you have a bar or photo booth at your Wedding, put it in the room where the dance floor & DJ are.
You want to keep folks near the dance floor at all times!
When picking songs for your event,
take into account not only your taste, but the guests’ as well.
Leave your guests wanting more!
It's not your responsibility to entertain them until well into the night, or even for more than 2-3 hours after the dance floor opens.
When picking your music...
You don’t have to overdo it! Pick 20 or so songs you love and a few you don’t, and let your DJ be the expert to fill in the rest!