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Articles & FAQ about DJs1

Got a question about hiring a DJ for your wedding? Browse our articles and read through some of the most common questions we receive about DJs.

Articles

DJ Tips: Eight Important Things to Consider when Hiring a Disc Jockey for Your Wedding

It’s about more than just a competitive price and an adequate song list. Follow these tips to ensure a worry-free reception and dance.

Father-Daughter Dance Suggestions

From Butterfly Kisses to I Loved Her First, here’s a list of the top father-daughter dance suggestions for that special moment.

What Not to Play at the Dance

You’ll want to approve the list of songs ahead of time to make sure You’ve Lost that Lovin’ Feelin’ doesn’t make it onto the play list.

Top 25 Dance Tunes

Want your guests to get out on the dance floor and keep them there? These top 25 songs will get even your most reluctant uncles to boogie.

Q&A

Ask the Experts

“Do we have to have a Father-Daughter or Mother-Son dance? We aren’t exactly close to our parents.”

It’s perfectly fine to omit this tradition if it makes you uncomfortable – it’s your day. You might consider honoring your parents by inviting them to the dance floor (to dance with each other) just after your first dance, but before all guests are invited out.

“My ceremony musicians and DJ require final payment on the day of our wedding. What’s the best way to handle this?”

Delegate this responsibility (and responsibility for any other outstanding payments) to your personal attendant, your dad, or the best man. Be sure to arrange for a tip for the DJ also.

“Do we have to include novelty dances or a dollar dance in our wedding dance?”

These are a fun way to get reluctant partiers out on the dance floor, but you don’t need to include them if you don’t want to. The same goes for ANY particular songs you don’t want played at your reception. When you meet with the band or DJ, just provide them with a “DO NOT PLAY” list. The same holds true for the garter/bouquet toss – if you don’t want to do them, you certainly don’t have to.

“My ceremony musicians and DJ require final payment on the day of our wedding. What’s the best way to handle this?”

Delegate this responsibility (and responsibility for any other outstanding payments) to your personal attendant, your dad, or the best man. Be sure to arrange for a tip for the DJ also.

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