Hiring a Wedding DJ

Hiring a wedding DJ instead of a band is nothing new and sometimes it’s even more fun. A דיג’יי לחתונה or a DJ that also specializes in wedding events is quite different from the one you see at the bar. Professional wedding DJs know just how to handle a crowd and a wedding; the music played at the wedding is a lot different from a bar set up. Not only that but they will constantly consult with the couple, in turn the couple can even give their own playlist and let the DJ spice it up a bit. But if you’re going to go out and find the perfect DJ, you might want to interview them using the following questions.

What is your style?

Professional wedding DJ have a specific taste and style that they’re best comfortable with. You need to evaluate and see if the one they have can go well with the theme that you were aiming for. It won’t sound as good if you throw your wedding DJ into a genre that they’re really unfamiliar with.

Do you need additional equipment?

Ask the wedding DJ if they’re fully equipped or if you need to rent a few additional instruments for the wedding. Not only that, but you might want to take a quick peek at the equipment to see if they might be unsightly; a drape or simple cover can help you hide the distracting instruments.

Who will setup the equipment?

At the day of the wedding, or even a day before, someone needs to setup and check the sound systems. The task is typically done by the company that provided the music. You need to get a name as well as a contact number and give it to your wedding coordinator in order to arrange a schedule.

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