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13
Jan

The DO NOT PLAY List

We have paperwork we like couples to complete months/weeks before their reception with specific information like people’s names (parents, bridesmaids, etc), songs for certain dances like the first dance and song requests for the party. The very last portion of …

12
Jan

Before You Book a DJ: Your Homework!

Every DJ company is different, but we like to make sure that the bride and groom have all the control that they want when they’re picking out the songs that will make for the most memorable moments of their reception.  …

06
Jan

Best Man Speeches

One of the great things about being an event DJ is that you get to see firsthand how every single couple makes their wedding their own. No wedding is the same, even if they are made up of similar events.

06
Jan

3 Tips For Choosing Dinner Music

Occasionally a couple will say to us, “Just play what you typically play during dinner.” Other couples will say that they do not have anything in mind for dinner songs. Sometimes the couple gives us a few artists or genres …

04
Jan

How To Choose Your First Dance?

This is the song most couples already have in mind when they meet with us for the first time. I do not remember any couples we have DJ’ed for in recent memory who did not already have this picked out. …

31
Dec

Sample Playlist

We pride ourselves on how eclectic and flexible your playlists can be. Here’s a sample playlist of a wedding we did recently:

Dinner
Each Coming Night – Iron & Wine
One Headlight – The Wallflowers
Train Song – Feist + …

31
Dec

Cocktail Hour Music

Cocktail Hour is when your guests begin their arrival at the reception site. Usually this happens within 30–60 minutes of the end of your ceremony. Example: if your ceremony ends at 3:00, count on cocktail hour to start around 3:30 …

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