The wedding is arguably the most important day in your life, so you’d better make sure it’s perfect. You have to contract all suppliers, to book the venue, to send out the invitations, and to do other million minor, yet important things. You’ll need a photographer and some waiters. Above all these, you’ll need entertaining music to make your guests dance like crazy till dawn. The music is very important, as it enables you to mask the main moments of your party, and to transmit emotions to the audience. As this music can’t play by itself, you’ll need to hire a good DJ to entertain the crowd and help your guests go home with unforgettable memories and with sore muscles.
The first thing to do before starting to look for DJs in your area is to decide upon the music genre you’d like to have at your wedding party. There’s going to be a mix of various rhythms anyway, but you need to be very specific in regard to your musical preferences for the party. If you love hard rock, you won’t be happy to hear disco hits all night long. However, you should also take into consideration the overall dynamic of the evening, as well as the preferences of your guests. The best way to avoid some of these people to get bored or annoyed is to mix various music genres, so that everyone can end up by hearing one of their favorite songs.
Most modern music houses and contractors have websites, so you’ll be able to find lots of wedding DJ services by searching online. When you check out their websites, try to find their work portfolios and their client testimonials. If you like a particular one, you should contact him, and meet him in person to discuss your wedding theme and your ideas about the perfect party. As a matter of fact, this is what you should do with all DJs on your shortlist. By gathering as much information as possible, you’ll be able to make a side by side comparison, in order to pick the best option.
By the time you start searching for a wedding DJ, it’s good to have your venue already booked. This would make it easier to discuss all details in regard to the available equipment. You have to know who’s going to bring what. If the DJ wants to bring his own equipment, you need to get in touch with the manager of the chosen venue, to let them know about this requirement.
Last but not least, you should make sure you have a backup solution, should anything occur to your DJ before the big day. Anyway, it would be a good idea to have a rehearsal before the real thing, and ask the DJ to bring an assistant, so that you can be sure there’s going to be someone to play the music at your wedding party. Most probably, everything is going to be fine, but it’s always better to be safe than sorry.