Wedding Tips for a Perfect Party 

What you should know?

With years of experience with directing, I've learned great performances and events come with mindful consideration of actor, vendor, and guest needs. That mixed with great tracks, people will take it from there.

Here are our recommendations:

  • For a wedding, keep in mind that your guests are going to be where the couple is. If you’re on the dance floor, the guests will be too! Fast or slow, Just Dance!

  • Micromanaging will drive everyone crazy, including you! We just need the order of events. Let us help you guide your guest to a great celebration.

  • Please be considerate of the older guests. PLEASE do not seat them within 20  feet of speakers. 

  • Please don’t put the DJ in an obscure location or corner; the DJ needs to be easily visible and near the dance floor so they can see it to get a feel for the crowd. We highly encourage you to inform coordinators and planners of this request.

  • If you want wild energy on the dance floor with lighting, make use of dimmers. We can adjust the lighting intensity. Keep the aesthetic lights (Chandeliers and cafe lights), but dim them down. 

  • If you have a bar or photo booth at the event, please put it in the main room where the DJ is. You want to keep people near the dance floor at all times. If this is a long walk, people are likely to take some time getting a drink.

  • When picking your songs for your event, take into account not only your taste but the guests’ as well. Think about what your family liked at another wedding.

  • Remember it's your day, not your guest. You are not required to provide the DJ all night. 2-3 hours of dancing is usually adequate. Don't worry a guest will pay for overtime.

  • Music is important. Please provide us with a dozen or so songs that get you on the dancefloor. We'll take it from there.

  • Make sure you let those who will toast you, keep it to approximately 5 minutes each. 10 minutes of toast are fine, 30 minutes plus is exhausting.

  • We recommend immediately going into your first dance. We also recommend that you shorten parent dances unless they are choreographed. These are often awkward moments after 2-3 minutes.

  • Don't underestimate our lighting. We are pros and the dancefloor lighting will be a game changer. 

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Your perfect wedding is contingent on good plans. We work with you to help you avoid pitfalls and common mistakes. We also suggest various tips to help you understand how to encourage your guest to dance and let loose. 

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