Don’t let your DJ Hog the Mic

Your wedding is a once-in-a-lifetime kind of event. You want to remember yourself smiling and sharing joy with your guests. You want to remember this day as one of the best ones of your life – and you want your guests to do the same too.

…The last thing you want is a DJ who’s hogging the mic and ruining the great atmosphere on the dance floor.

How to make sure you don’t let your DJ hog the mic and take over the music? We have gathered some tips for you, so read on and find out more.

• Do your homework. It will pay off. A bit of research into who your DJ is and how his previous clients see him can go a very long way. Take a good look at his reviews and see if your DJ hasn’t got any kind of bad reviews from people who say that he spoke too much. This might take a bit of time if you have to go through a large number of reviews, but it will be more than worth it!

• If your DJ surprises you with an overly chatty mood and if you feel that he’s being inappropriate or that he’s ruining the dance floor, speak up and tell him what bothers you. Ask your wedding planner, your father or your Best Man to go up to him and explain that you and your partner would like him to focus on the music.

• If he doesn’t stop this way either, please make sure to contact him after the wedding and be very clear (and calm!) about the things you didn’t like. It is unlikely that you will get your money back, but you will at least make your point – and who knows, you might actually save a future bride from an awkward situation too!

If you are searching for a DJ in California and if you want to be absolutely certain that he is really professional, contact DJ Brock Weddings. Our passion is the music we spin and the people we make happy – so you can rely on us to be professional, spot-on and truly devoted to your Big Day!

AUTHOR: Bridal Marketing Group

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