(Closed) DJ or no DJ? DW.

posted 6 years ago in Destination Weddings
Post # 2
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Buzzing bee

Will the dinner be in a private dining room with no other music? For something that intimate and short I’d think an iPod and wireless speaker would suffice. 

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Bumble Beekeeper
  • Wedding: September 2012

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ctinaxox:  I wouldn’t use a DJ, personally. It’s too small a group, and if you don’t plan on dancing you’re litterally spending $650+ on background music. I’d spend $200 and get the Bose Mini Bluetooth Speaker (I love mine!!!) and make a playlist. If you’d like to do a first dance you can put that on your playlist, and the rest of it can be for background music during dinner.

(https://www.bose.com/products/speakers/wireless_speakers/soundlink_mini_ii.html#v=soundlink_mini_ii_carbon?srccode=cii_17588969&cpncode=39-128086539-2&perfsourceid=MC113165&src=K22350)

Then you’ve got not only an awesome speaker (seriously….love mine!) that you can continue to use the rest of your trip (we take ours to the beach all the time) but also when you get back home. You still have $450+ do spend on something else. 🙂 

Post # 5
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Wannabee

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ctinaxox :  what did you decide to do? i am in the beginning stages of planning and we are leaning towards Sandals Grande St. Lucia in November of 2018 with 20- 30 people. i feel like i’ve been trying to read everyones experience and determine true cost of the weddingmoon with the Chic and Natural theme. i feel like i’m looking through everything but theres nothing like hearing the experience of others who have already gone through it.  

Post # 6
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Busy bee

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ctinaxox :  Heck no to the DJ! maybe bring a mini speaker and play off your phone, or head over to a night club after, maybe even with bottle service! 

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