How To Hire The Right Wedding DJ

1. Does the DJ contain the experience to produce your wedding day reception an excellent memory?
This can be a question not enough people think to ask a DJ. If you haven’t seen the DJ doing his thing at least over a video, how do you know they have the experience to take care of your reception? Most times, if the DJ knowledge in receptions, they are going to provide references you can call or email along with pictures in the events they’ve got entertained. Another way to look at the background in the DJ is check if they’ve got a Facebook Fan Page or a website. The Facebook page will provide you with a solid idea of what sort of shows they do with a regular basis, the other people are saying regarding the shows, and if the DJ is really as outgoing or as reserved as you want them to be.
2. Does the DJ also handle the announcing at the wedding reception?
Most DJs which may have wedding dinner experience can also MC the big event. When you request an MC, ensure the person has become trained on how to
microphone speaker
bluetooth speaker with microphone
bluetooth karaoke microphone
generate announcements. You want an MC that could get a guests attention without too much effort and will you could make your announcements in a very clear, straightforward, voice. Also, your MC go over any eleventh hour details (such as the pronunciation of the names) ahead of the reception to generate sure every one of the announcements are done for your specifications.
3. Does the DJ have insurance because of their company to pay for liability?
Too many DJs do not have insurance and have lost their livelihood and quite often their personal possessions like homes and cars as a result of accidents which could happen to be paid by insurance. Make sure your DJ has insurance and will give you a declarations page with the time from the contract signing. Also talk with your venue to create sure they don’t require the insurance to read them as an additional insured. Some venues will tell you about Wedding Day Insurance, which typically costs from $100 to $200 depending on the venue and the kind of reception you are having.
This is really a two part series. There is so much more knowledge about interviewing DJs online.
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