(Closed) Deciding on a DJ

posted 7 years ago in Music
Post # 3
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: August 2010

We only met with one and felt like we didn’t need to meet with anymore.  Read all the reviews you can find by googling their business’s name and review.  There were a few DJs that never answered my emails or returned my calls, so we definitely didn’t go with them!  Will the DJ meet with the both of you at least once face to face to go over details/timeline?  Does he charge extra if you go over your time limit?  What does his set-up look like?  Do your other vendors know him?  I would not ask to go to one of his events to see him perform – would you want random people doing that at your wedding?

Post # 4
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3049 posts
Sugar bee
  • Wedding: January 1991

I only interviewed one DJ. He came highly recommended from my venue. I also remember seeing him at the only bridal show I ever went to. He seemed like he knew what he was doing. So after talking to him, I was satisfied and gave him the deposit. I also liked his voice and his ideas for the reception. I asked him what types of music he would play and he gave me a detailed answer based on the crowds of people who would be at my wedding (or any wedding). Once I heard that, I knew he would be great… he knows how to tailor to my needs, my friends needs, and my parents needs. So it will be great!

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