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Top 40 Questions to ask your DJ-Website

Your wedding reception should reflect your style...

And fit your budget too!

Shouldn’t your DJ do the same?

With our free guide, you’ll learn the top 40 Questions you can ask a Wedding DJ.

I did a lot of research trying to find a DJ that met all my expectations for my wedding in May... I had a mixed crowd of guests that enjoy a variety of music from Latin music to country music to classical.
Ana Ince

Did You Know? When asked, 81% of guests say the thing they remember most about a wedding is the entertainment.

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Did You Know? 72% of all brides say they would have spent more time choosing their reception entertainment.

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How long will you hold our date for us, without a contract?

When you contact a professional disc jockey, they should be willing to hold your date for you for a reasonable amount of time in order to give you a  chance to meet with them. They should also give you ample time after your meeting to make a decision and give you time to interview other DJs. Some DJs will use pressure sales tactics to “hard close” you at your meeting, offering a special sale that ends that day, or claiming that another couple is meeting with them for the same date – attempting to pressure you to make a decision on the spot. Any DJ that uses these types of tactics is  unprofessional. One week is a reasonable amount of time to expect your date to be held for you following an initial meeting.

How would you define your style when making announcements?

This is an important question to ask because it will tell you whether or not the DJ is the right match for your guests and the atmosphere you’re trying to create. If you are planning an elegant, understated wedding, then utilizing the services of an energetic, over the top Master of Ceremonies, may not be what you are looking for. If you know your guests will need a lot of encouragement to dance, then hiring someone who flatly refuses to make announcements probably isn’t a good idea either.

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