Hall of Fame Deejay
Meet in person with each Bride and Groom for a pre-event planning session.
The 12 things your wedding DJ should be doing
Prepare an individualized wedding itinerary detailing announcements and
all reception events.
Do not send substitute DJs.
Professional introductions and announcements include each person's name pronounced correctly and always written down phonetically.
Always include sub-bass speakers essential for exceptional dance floor sound.
Keep back up music and equipment on hand at the event to minimize unlikely failures.
Wedding Reception dress code always includes a freshly pressed tuxedo or other requested attire.
Greet reception guests with a smile and respect their requests, always writing them down .
Never use your client's wedding video or photos as advertisements, without express consent.
The DJ never eats a meal while working.
All song mixing is done live, never pre-recorded or computer beat matched.
Play great music at appropriate sound levels.