Your wedding day is the most important day of your life! Many people have dreamed of this day since
they were little kids. So you want to hire a deejay that cares about your wedding as they would if the
wedding was for them!
Choosing a great wedding DJ is one of the most important parts of your wedding. The difference
between picking a professional/experienced DJ versus picking a cheap and part-time DJ is huge! It is
the difference between having your guests go home excited about how much fun they had, or them
going home early and bored.
The wedding DJ is the glue that holds things together throughout the entire wedding. The DJ should be
the person to help make sure your wedding moves smoothly from one event to the next without you
having to worry about anything but having a good time!
Weddings have a lot of details that you have to deal with, so hiring professionals will cover a big
portion of the details. As your DJ, we provide more than just the music at the reception.
What we include
As the wedding DJ, a crucial part of our job is helping to plan the wedding timeline as well as
coordinate on the day of. Prior to the wedding we will create a customized timeline with you that is tailored to your specific preferences. On the day of the we will help execute this timeline and make sure things are running according to schedule.
From Cocktail Hour to Dinner Hour to the partying of the reception, we provide a mix of music that keeps the wedding flowing! We also emcee the event to make sure your guests don't miss a thing! First Dance, Cake Cutting, Bouquet/Garter Toss and all the other events that you want to make sure no one misses! We also work with the coordinator, caterer, photographer/videographer and any other people working your wedding to make sure we all stay on the same page to make the party seem effortless!
Many couples have their weddings in places where they don't have a sound system. Beaches, wineries, private residences, etc. are such places. We can provide music for the ceremony, wireless microphones for the officiant and people doing readings or speeches.