Wedding planning has never been (and will probably never be) easy – and music is a huge part of the entire plan. What are the crucial tips all couples should keep in mind before planning their wedding music? Read on and find out more.
- Listen to your DJ. Sure, you will most likely not do this live, as you may not get invited at the events they are working. Still, they will have recordings they can show you – and this will be enough for you to see if you like their style and if they are compatible with your own wedding.
- Listen to your venue. It is very, very important to know the acoustics of your wedding venue. If your DJ has never performed there before, it would be recommended that he gets there and tests out the acoustics of the venue. This is the best way to ensure he will bring along all the pieces of equipment needed for true high-quality music.
- Listen to what the contract says. You might be tempted to “get it over with” and just sign the contract – but that’s precisely what you shouldn’t do, actually. Take your time to carefully analyze all the terms of the contract and see if you will actually agree. If not, negotiate whatever terms you don’t agree with.
- Listen to your crowd. Ask for their opinions before creating a playlist – even if you may not be able to do this with all of the guests, it will still make a huge difference if you only do it with your closest friends and relatives.
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There’s no other event more important, more magnificent and more life-changing than your wedding. This is a completely special day in your life – and you want the very best for it, and for the people who attend it.
Naturally, your wedding music is one of your main concerns – especially since it can add so much to your overall wedding vibe! But what are some of the things no one tells you about picking your wedding music? Read on and find out more.
- The first dance song will have a larger-than-life importance to you. Choosing it will feel like a rollercoaster of emotions, as you listen through the songs you love and see which one suits your love story the most. Yes, this is a very important choice for your Big Day. But at the same time, remember not to stress out too much. In the end, the more stressed out you are, the more likely it will be you will miss out on “the perfect song” when you stumble across it.
- You should really have a pro check your venue’s sound system. The fact that your wedding venue provides a sound system is not necessarily a guarantee of the system’s quality. Just to be on the safe side, ask your DJ to analyze the sound system of your wedding venue and see if you might need something different for the best music experience.
- Hiring your friend as a DJ is NOT a good idea. For once, they might be amateurs and this means they may not know exactly how to entertain the diverse crowd at your wedding. Also, they may simply lack experience in disc jockeying at weddings (as they may be working in clubs or other venues). Last, but definitely not least, even if your friend is a professional wedding DJ, you don’t want them to be working on your wedding day, do you?
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