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  • For a wedding, keep in mind that your guests are going to be where the couple are. If you’re on the dance floor, the guests will be too!

  • Don’t micromanage the timeline. We do need the order of events but not necessarily the exact time for each. You’ve hired a great DJ, now let us do our job.

  • If there are older guests, try not to sit them close or right in front of the speaker(s).

  • Don’t put the DJ in an obscure location or corner; the DJ needs to be easily visible and near the dance floor so they can see it to get a feel for the crowd.

  • If you have dance floor lighting, keep in mind that darker is better. Use dimmers for chandeliers, cafe lighting, etc.

  • If you have a bar or photo booth at the event, please put it in the main room where the DJ is. You want to keep people near the dance floor at all times.

  • When picking your songs for your event, take into account not only your taste, but the guests’ as well.

  • When picking your music, you don’t have to overdo it. Pick 20 or so songs you like and a few you don’t, and let us fill in from there.

  • We typically recommend that toasts are kept to a maximum of 5 minutes per person and a maximum of 4 people.

  • We also recommend that the first dance is done right after you are introduced, and suggest shortening the parent dances.

  • If you have more then 10 couples in your bridal party we recommend using the same song for multiple couples entrances, instead of a song for each.

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