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|Posted on July 29, 2016 at 3:15 PM||comments (820)|
Courtesy of: http/www.bookmorebrides.com/9-reasons-why-hiring-an-amateur-wedding-dj-is-a-huge-mistake/
1. There’s a high probability that a cheap (or free) DJ won’t be in business by the time your wedding arrives.Many low-priced DJs aren’t charging enough to support their own businesses for the long term; you’re just financing their hobby. Meanwhile, your wedding is 6-12 months away or more.We’ve received those calls from desperate couples who had a &...Read Full Post »
|Posted on May 4, 2016 at 7:05 PM||comments (2629)|
So your reception is coming up. You have your DJ, but what do you want him to play? Yes your DJ can read a crowd, (or should be able to) but he is working for you. So the question is what do you want him to play? You could just tell him genres(60s, 70s, Top 40s, etc.) but that leaves a lot of room for something to be played that you don't like. You could make the song list, but then that is just something else that can be stressful. ...Read Full Post »
|Posted on March 31, 2016 at 6:40 PM||comments (1022)|
In all of my years of being a wedding professional, the one mistake that I see made when it comes to reception is the seating chart. This can be one of the biggest stresses of planning your reception.
Here are a few tips that might help ease the stress. (Tips provided by: http://www.brides.com/)
1. Yes, you should assign tables.
Some brides may feel like skipping a formal seating plan, but if you've ever attended a wedding without one, then you'll know how anxiety...Read Full Post »
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The ceremony was beautiful, the reception was a blast, and you are back from the honeymoon of your dreams as amarried couple. You're done right and now on to married life. Not so fast ladies. It's now time for the name change. But how and what do you do first? I've attached a link below that may help.Read Full Post »