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Wedding DJ London

By: Gareth Hoyle

After the actual ceremony one the most important parts of the wedding day is the music that will be played at the party, particularly the evening party.

Some newlywed couples will opt solely for a DJ, whilst others will have live music and also a DJ. Whichever choice you make it is vital that the DJ works with you. It is a not a night for him to show of his talents or his taste in music, but an occasion for him to make the night a night to remember for the couple and their guests.

Some DJs will specialise in certain types of music and it is important to find what category of music will be played. If you wish to have a 60’s themed party and the music played is “rap” then the event will be spoilt.

Whilst price will play a part in choosing your DJ it is important to have a DJ who you can trust and to whom you can relate. A good idea is to visit a gig he is performing at, so that you can get a feel of his approach. How does he communicate with the partygoers? How is the presentation of his equipment? Does he have laser lights or strobe lighting? Are you able to determine how he uses that? Will he listen to requests to turn down the volume?

The relationship you have with your DJ will be the key to the evening. He needs to understand that this is an evening of pure celebration in which you as the couple need to be focused on. Ensure that the opening and closing numbers you wish to dance to are in his repertoire. Today the old favourites such as The Last Waltz can be seen as old hat, so do check that he has what you want.

The best approach is the ensure the DJ of choice will have a broad selection so all tastes can be satisfied, and to ensure that should one piece of his equipment fail, that he has back up, as a wedding party with no music is doomed to failure.

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