As we always say it, wedding music is really important for brides and grooms who want their Big Day to be memorable. Not only will music personalize each special moment of the day, but it will also generate a lot of fun, memorable moments, making your guests have a truly good time celebrating your marriage.
What are some of the things you should definitely consider when planning the wedding music, though? We’ve gathered them right below – so read on to find out more.
• The attire of the DJ. With your wedding dress and tuxedo, with your groomsmen’s and bridesmaids’ attire, and with advice to give on your parents’ wedding attire too, the DJ’s clothes may be the last thing on your mind. However, don’t forget to talk to him about this before the wedding, so that he can dress appropriately for the level of formality of your Big Day.
• Be there for each other during the First Dance. If you are not natural dancers and if being in the spotlight is quite odd for you, make sure you are there for each other during the First Dance. Talking to each other while dancing and encouraging each other will help definitely you curb the jitters!
• How long will your reception last? In general, DJs are booked for up to four hours, but if you think your party might last longer than that, consider discussing it with your DJ from the very beginning. This way, you will be able to book them for the right number of hours from the very beginning (and avoid pay for overtime).
Looking for a talented wedding DJ in the Metro Detroit area? Contact Daryl Scott at Memory Maker DJs and we will make sure to provide you with the best quality services in this niche!