Think about the last time you were at a wedding reception. What do you remember the most? Was it the food, the flowers, or maybe the decorations? Most likely, good or bad, you will remember the DJ the most! Either you danced until your feet hurt, or you left unimpressed and stressed!
Let's face it, a GREAT DJ, means GREAT pictures, GREAT video, GREAT fun and dancing and NO one leaving early! We don't believe in the 'cookie cutter' wedding receptions where you can pretty much guess the next song that's going to be played. You let us know your specific music tastes, and we cater the music to you and your guests. How do we do this?
Step one: The Meeting. At your convenience, we will schedule a consultation to discuss our services and outline how we can hopefully meet/exceed your expectations. For the initial consultation, many of our clients have found it very convenient to have a Skype meeting to answer questions and concerns with us. If more interest is shown, then a face to face meeting can be scheduled with the DJ who will be assigned to working with you.
Step two: The Decision. To secure your DJ, a signed contract and a 1/3rd deposit of the specified package price is required. Contracts will be mailed or emailed to each couple, along with credentials to access to our online planning system. This reserves your date and chosen entertainer.
Step three: Planning your Event. Couples are encouraged to take advantage of the online planning tools made available on the 'clients' page of the website. Once booked, we will also email you our agenda form that provides a tentative timeline for the events of the day and you fill out as much information as applicable. Don't worry, your DJ will be there throughout the planning process to assist you with song choices and answer any questions that you may have along the way. We encourage couples to email the completed agenda form back to their DJ about 2 weeks prior to the special day. That will give us ample time to plan and prepare song requests, make up a tentative timeline, contact the 'day of' coordinator, etc.
Step four: Finalization. Expect a call about 7 days before your event to ensure all of your details (music, order of dances, name pronunciations) have been verified and approved by you.
Step five: Execution. Let’s Party!
Q: When does the DJ arrive to the venue?
A: Your DJ will arrive 2 hours before the start of the ceremony or cocktail hour for the reception.
Q: What will the DJ be wearing?
A: For the wedding, we will have a formal suit with dress shirt and tie. To set up our equipment, we will be in a company polo or long sleeve shirt and pants.
Q: What does the DJ need for setup?
A: We just require a 6' or 8' table with linen, usually provided by the venue.
Q: Who makes announcements/introductions during the event?
A: Your DJ serves as the master of ceremonies, so we take care of that.
Q: Do we take requests?
A: Yes, we can take requests and play them at the appropriate times, unless they appear on the "do not play list"
Q: Do you have liability insurance?
A: Yes, our policy contains 1,000,000 of coverage for each venue we perform at.
Q: Do you have a backup system?
A: We utilize a state-of-the-art backup system including additional laptops/powered speakers, to insure you will have music playing the entire night.
Q: Do you provide ceremony or cocktail music in different locations?
A: YES, we can provide sound in 3 different locations at the SAME venue as well as a wireless microphone for the pastor or officiant (as long as there is a electrical power source within 100 feet.)
Q: Do you play clean, or edited versions?
A: The music we play is for all ages of your guests, therefore we only play clean, edited versions of music.