Top Wedding DJ Myths You Should Not Believe
Everybody says planning a wedding is tremendously difficult – and, in many respects, this may be true. However, this doesn’t mean you should believe everything people say – and much less when it comes to certain wedding vendor “myths”.
What are the wedding DJ misconceptions to avoid, and why? We have gathered some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
• Some people tend to believe a DJ’s job begins and ends with the music itself. Of course, playing good music is the most important task we have as DJs. However, experienced DJs frequently act as wedding coordinators and MCs too.
• Furthermore, it is also commonly believed that a DJs work begins and ends at the actual wedding. Beyond that, we also invest a lot of time in preparing for the event, communicating with our clients and ensuring all equipment is set up and in order.
• Another common wedding DJ misconception is connected to the idea that our brides and grooms should provide us with entire music playlists. This is completely untrue, though! We strongly advise our clients to provide us with a “do” and “do not” play list – but aside from that, we know very well what your guests want to dance on and how to truly entertain them.
• Last, but definitely not least, it is frequently thought that DJs should be allowed to take music requests from the guests. Again, this is quite untrue. While we may not be able to play all the requests, listening to your guests’ suggestions can help us play the music they want to listen to – and thus, it can help us make them feel genuinely great at your wedding.
Looking for an experienced, devoted and passionate wedding DJ? Come visit DJ Brock Weddings and learn more about the services we offer! You will not be disappointed in any way!
Photo source: flickr.com/ friendofdurutti AUTHOR: Bridal Marketing Group