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Will the person I initially speak with be the person DJing my wedding?Yes! I take pride in personally providing the entertainment for all of my clients. I find this builds a relationship of trust and confidence that gives weddings a friendlier and more comfortable feel. It is also very frustrating for a bride to speak with someone during consultations and then have someone else show up at their wedding and possibly not have all of the information or comfort level needed to provide high quality entertainment.
Can you provide music for my ceremony?Yes! If your ceremony is in the same general location as your reception, I am able to provide not only ceremony music, but a lapel microphone for the officiant if needed. I normally use a separate, smaller setup for ceremonies which is less conspicuous. This setup is usually a small table covered in a tablecloth, small mixer, a laptop, and one speaker on a stand which is covered in a white skrim. There is an extra charge for ceremony music and setup.
Will you meet with me?Absolutely! As a matter of fact, unless there is a reason why we can't meet, I insist on meeting for a consultation. The DJ is one of the most important, yet overlooked aspects of a wedding. You should want to meet the person who will be in charge of making the announcements, interacting with the guests, and seeing that the evening goes according to plan. I will meet with you before you even sign with me to get to know each other and answer any questions you may have as well as for me to get a feeling for what you are looking for in a wedding and in a entertainer.
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