You can make a lot more than three errors when you hire a wedding disc jockey. DJ can either help make your wedding and reception a memorable event, or they can make it miserable for everyone.
The first mistake was hiring a wedding DJ! Yes, hiring a DJ is a mistake – you really want to hire a "Director of Entertainment". What is the difference?
One standing behind a stack of speakers and equipment and play songs that you have chosen, others are actively involved in the interaction and good times from your guests. Director of Entertainment will help your event run smoothly, helping to direct and engage everyone. You can browse this source to hire the best wedding disk jockey.
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The second error is you do not give sufficient information to Entertainment Director. It's not just about choosing the songs to be played. Maybe there are certain songs you do not want to play even if requested by the guest.
You will want your wedding disc jockey to determine the sequence of events you are planning, you may even want where for a specific event like the only woman in the top 18 for the flower toss. If they do not know there could be an embarrassing moment when the DJ announced dances and no grandparents there.
The third mistake was to give the Director of Entertainment too much of your information. You do not need to spell out every little detail to them. They have done this before. You will want to tell them how to pronounce certain names that might come up, but do not tell them embarrassing details about "Aunt Ida and Uncle Fred".