(Closed) Tough DJ Decision – Help!

posted 4 years ago in Music
  • poll: Which choice should we make with our DJ?
    Go with your FMIL's boss - save $$ and he might be just fine! : (1 votes)
    20 %
    Go with the professional DJ package - more expensive, but better quality! : (4 votes)
    80 %
    Other, comment below : (0 votes)
  • Post # 2
    553 posts
    Busy bee
    • Wedding: September 2017

    I’d find out when/where the boss’s next party is and show up to hear how he spins before making a decision.

    Post # 3
    18 posts

    Does your FMIL’s boss have a website? Maybe someone recorded a bit and posted it on YouTube? I agree—if you can stop by a party where he is working, you’d make your decision. $750 is a great deal though! I was in a similar situation. I ended up choosing the professional DJ over a “friend of a friend.” I listened to samples and saw recorded clips.

    Post # 5
    18 posts

    Hmm, I usually end up making a pro & con list in a situation like this! 😉 

    $750 is a big chunk of money and it could go towards so much more. If your Future Mother-In-Law says he’s good, take the plunge! You should create a list of what you want played, what you don’t want played, etc. if you organize it really well (list out exactly what you want him to announce etc), it should go well! My DJ had me fill out a “schedule of events” and I made a timetable of the night. Good luck!

    Post # 6
    24 posts
    • Wedding: Lifetime Celebrations

    750 for 7.5 hours is an awesome deal.  Especailly when the uplighting is included and all the dj’s are experienced.  Ours is 1,299.00 for the same options that you ordered and we live in a rural area.  I wouldn’t risk the “birthday party dj”.  The DJ sets the mood for the entire reception.  It’s worth the money.  Especially when it’s a good deal like you mentioned.

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