The wedding ceremony is over and you are officially married. Now to toast the new couple! One event in the reception that is both anticipated and feared is the toast. I have been getting questions about Toasts recently...

 I got a call the other day from my cousin who is getting married next year. She first wanted to make sure I could attend the wedding, since it is out of town. Her next question was, “You are a Wedding DJ, so how do I pick the right DJ for my wedding?” That’s easy right? It would be me! (haha) But since she wants me to be able to attend and enjoy the wedding, I needed to offer her some advice on how to choose, especially si...

 Many couples often wonder when is the best time to do toasts during your reception. Sometimes the thought is that you'd want to do the toasts after dinner, before the cake cutting, or after the dances because everyone is settled in and cozy, but the actual best time to do your toasts is right before dinner is served. At this point, people are at their seats, you have either just been introduced, or just completed your firs...

1. Do you have a contract and who signs it?

2. What all do I get for the price you’re quoting me?

 3. Will you be our DJ? And if not, can we meet our DJ?

4. Do you work for this company only, or do you do freelance work?

 5. Do you have insurance?

6. Do you MC the event as well as play music?

 7. If there is an emergency on your end, what happens to my wedding?

8. How far in advance of my start time do you arrive to set up?

9. How...

A “Reveal” (different than a “First Look”) happens after the ceremony but before any guests go into the reception. You and your new spouse take a moment and enter the prepared reception space alone.

The decor, flowers, table settings, and everything else that you envisioned and worked so hard to make perfect is ‘revealed’ to you - just you (and maybe a photographer or a few staff members), but no guests yet.

A Reveal gives th...

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