Choosing a DJ...
Do you realize the entertainment you choose for your wedding, or special event, is responsible for 80% of the events success and the memories you will have for the rest of your life. But is the least expensive part of your special day.
Does your DJ have experience?
Does your DJ have an adequate music selection?
Does your DJ have references?
Does your DJ use professional grade sound equipment?
Will your DJ meet you for a consultation?
Does your DJ provide materials, song lists and informational planning
Does your DJ return phone calls or E-mail's in a timely manner?
Is your DJ familiar with the venue?
Does your DJ act as Master of Ceremonies?
Is your DJ accommodating?
Taking a closer look, Unlike a doctor, fireman or policeman, there is no definition or standard of what is professional in the entertainment industry. No professional degree. No special certification or license. There are many large and new companies. We only supply top quality DJ's at a fair price. Remember you always get what you pay for.
Most people invest between $13,000.00 and $30,00.00 for an average wedding. An average California wedding is over $28,000.00. People commonly spend $5,000.00 to $10,000.00 on food - $2,500.00 for location - $2,000.00 for photos - $1,000.00 for the cake - and between $3,000.00 to $10,000.00 on other items. So, why do people try to bargain hunt for the entertainment? Don't they realize that entertainment is responsible for up to 80% of the success of the event or wedding?
Brides and Grooms commonly fail to see that saving $200.00 to $500.00 is not worth the sacrifice of all of their other investments. Entertainment can make or break any party or wedding and the memories you will have for the rest of your life". Most Brides and Grooms would be unhappy if the party failed to be a success. Yet, most fail to put time and effort into making sure they've made an educated decision. And, if the party stops being interesting, or looses it's energy, your family and friends will more than likely leave early.
Getting a qoute often does not get you the full picture. DJ's are like fine wines, most are cheap, but there are a few exceptional ones out there. Having a quote does not accurately measure a DJ. What about Experience? Qualifications? Quality? Investment? Flexibility? References? And Added Services? Comparing DJ's is like comparing a grape to a fine wine. If you're not careful you could pay a "Premium Wine Price" for just a grape. Anyone can be a DJ, but not necessarily, everyone has the ability to do it extremely well.
can go to the record store and buy CD's. What makes a DJ special to you
is the knowledge and skill the DJ possesses in reading your crowd and
picking the right songs to motivate your guests. Having a natural instinct
in reading a crowd is absolutely necessary. Natural talent includes a
sense of timing, style and variations of presentation.
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