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We typically play romantic instrumentals of popular love songs while your guests are being seated (Prelude). If you want some specific songs for that time, let us know. We start playing music about 20 minutes before the ceremony or when guests start to arrive.
Please include which wedding party members will be walking in to which song(s) (Processional), sand or unity candle song and song to play after the bride and groom are pronounced husband and wife by the officiant (Recessional). You may also choose to have a song that plays as guests exit the ceremony space (Postlude).
*NOTE: If you want your guests to hear your vows, please ask your officiant to hold the mic near you or pass it to you. Many officiants don't do this. It is up to you if you want to say it over the mic or not of course.
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Grand March? Introductions?
A grand March is introducing the Wedding Party to your guests as you arrive at the reception. It has also been done just before the Bride and Grooms first dance and other times throughout the event.
Keep in mind that it is often hard to keep the Wedding Party together, so planning is important. If you choose to play a song or do something creative with it, it may be difficult to hear each persons name when they are announced. Also, some people choose to just have first names announced.
If the Venue (Reception Hall) has a microphone (p.a. system) it often times works better for the DJ to use their system because we are usually in the corner or off to the side which can make it hard for guests in the back to hear our microphone.
Some choose to just have the Bride and Groom introduced when they arrive. "Please help me in welcoming the new Mr. & Mrs..."
We have a "NO DROP" and "NO WIND" policy for ALL of our equipment. If it is dripping, raining or windy at any level it can wreck nearly any piece of our equipment. We CAN'T take any chances. If rain occurs or it gets windy during any part of an event, we must shut down immediately no matter what! If we are completely protected by a shelter then we are safe of course.
Tables With Skirt & Chair:
We prefer a table be provided, a 4 foot table with skirt to match the rest of the decor is idea for guests to cut and prep their photos, scrap book, etc. If a table cannot be provided, please let us know so we bring one with us.
In addition, it works great to have a small cocktail table near the booth so guests can set their drinks on before going into the booth.
A chair is also nice so the person running the booth can rest during any down time.
We prefer an area of about 18'-21' wide by 9'-10' deep. We like to be setup in the main room and near the stage/entertainment if possible. We need about 8' x 10' for the booth itself and would like almost the same amount of room for a table and guests to collect, cut and manage pictures. ALSO, many times there is a line with people waiting to get into the booth so consider that when planning the location for the booth.
We prefer an area of about 12'-18' wide by 9'-10' deep. We like to be setup in the main room and near the stage/entertainment if possible. We need about 8' x 10' for the booth itself and would like almost the same amount of room for a table and guests to collect, cut and manage pictures. ALSO, many times there is a line with people waiting to get into the booth so consider that when planning the location for the booth.
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