One of them might be to hire a wedding D.J. for your occasion.
Here are a few simple points that may make the whole day
the amazing one that everyone hopes it will be.
- If there is a contract read it to find out before you sign what you get, and what you are paying for.
- The more elaborate the event, the more time you will need to spend in either written or verbally given instructions and special requests..
- The more that you want to choose songs rather than have the D.J. select them the more time in list making you must spend.
- It is better to give too much information than too little. A few rock and roll songs might mean Elvis to one person and AC/DC to another.
- Be specific if you don't want a song or style played.
- There is a difference between a D.J. and an M.C. If you need the person to use a microphone ask, not everyone can. Tell the D.J. if you do or don't want them to speak.
- When you read this, start a favourites songs list. Put it on the desk at work or fridge or other well passed place where there is radio or music. When you hear a song you like, write the correct artist and song name down. Not many people know the songs words enough to listen to you hum it.
- Find out if the venue has loading access restictions or sound level cut off times. This may limit how loud or how long you can play for.
- Don't give the D.J drinks. If it not too much hassle, probably do give them food. Their care factor will improve the more you care for them as a rule.