Will Your Wedding DJ Play Just Music?
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You can always rely on your DJ to cover the moments when you are not available to attend your guests. A DJ knows best how to entertain your guests. The DJ will be responsible not only for the welcome music but also for the music of the first dances and the general evening wedding celebrations.
Will your wedding DJ only play music?
No doubt, the Disc Jockey is one of the most vital parts of your wedding ceremony. From the moment you enter into the reception area as a married couple, the DJ will be responsible not only for the welcome music but also for the music of the first dances and the general evening wedding celebrations. A DJ is the most important entertainment choice that can set the celebration mood for you as well as the people attending your special wedding day. Having a good DJ is more than just playing music and here are some reasons why:
DJ’s are as important as your wedding ceremony itself
It is your wedding and of course, it can be custom designed and we all agree to the fact that the wedding music played during any wedding ceremony basically comes only second in importance after the ceremony itself. The music your DJ plays is basically meant to be sort of 'fill in the gaps' during the non-speaking periods. It is to make the guests relish the times when they are being seated, during the time of wedding procession and at the time of lighting the unity candles. The music is like the backdrop and it can’t be ignored.
DJ’s are responsible to end the celebration on the right note
Yes, the DJ’s can actually shape a beautiful ending by playing the song of your choice or one the DJ thinks will spellbound the guests leaving with memories of your great wedding along with them. Choosing and playing the last song is just like the last play of a football game that you are watching and are excited to know what will happen at the end. Think of a couple of options for the last song your self or leave it to a DJ who will always have something in his back pocket to finish the night. The DJ will play the last song of the night leaving everybody feeling complete and joyous.
You can always rely on your Disc Jockey to cover the moments when you are not available to attend your guests. A DJ knows best how to entertain your guests. If you have a crowd that is just tearing it up at the end of the night, the DJ knows best to just let it flow and end the night on a very high note. But if you have a lot of couples left at the end of the night and everyone is pretty tired out from the long day of partying, The DJ ends the night on a slow song to relax the crowd a bit and yet make the perfect last song.
Daryl Thomas is Professional Mobile Disc Jockey and Booking Agent for 1-800-DISC JOCKEY, LLC, North America's Largest Disc Jockey Booking Service with over 12,000 professional DJs represented.
As a professional radio personality, mobile disc jockey and club DJ himself, Mr. Thomas has successfully MC'd more than 1,925 events in the past 20 years.