(Closed) DJ recommendations?

posted 13 years ago in Miami and South Florida
Post # 3
16 posts
  • Wedding: June 2009

Check out DJ Ubi….very professional and reasonable.

Post # 4
12 posts

Just provide the playlist you would want and you guys can avoid all cheesey songs!

Post # 5
2 posts
  • Wedding: November 2009

I have the best dj, they are called Party Time DJ and they also do photography.  One of my girlfriends got married last year and she had them for her dj and they were great.  The guy she had is named Jeff and I booked him for my wedding.  They are located in Davie, but my wedding is in Delray and they cover that area so I bet they cover Key Largo.  Anyways they are really good.  If you go in tell them Jennifer Jordan recommended you and that should get you a better deal since I am already booked with them.  They told me they would take care of my friends that were getting married also since I have a good amount of girlfriend engaged and planning now.  Best of luck!

 Have you guys found any great bridal shops to get a dress at?  I am on the search for a beautfil elegant but very simple dress.

Post # 6
5 posts
  • Wedding: July 2010

Hello! We’re planning our South Beach wedding remotely, and finding the right entertainment is proving to be a challenge!

Anyone else out there have other recommendations?  

Post # 7
251 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: January 1990

I agree with Jennifer, I’m using Party Time too!  They’ve been really nice to me.  I wanted someone who would do a good job getting my guests to have fun but wouldn’t be too cheesy or try to pull me and my fiance onto the dance floor (we’re not into dancing!) and they said that wouldn’t be a problem.  I’m paying for this part of the wedding myself and they were good about working with my budget.

travelingfin, I’m getting married in Key Biscayne so I think South Beach shouldn’t be a problem, you should check them out.

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