As you are planning your wedding and have come across some prices of DJ’s you are probably asking yourself, are you kidding me? Why do they expect to make so much for such a short amount of time? If you are booking a DJ for a wedding in the US, the average cost is $1,200. So you ask, what justifies this amount of money?
It’s way more than you see at the wedding itself. Here are the breakdowns of operating a DJ company so that you can better understand why a professional DJ charges what they do. This will help you from flipping out when discussing pricing for your wedding.
Why can't I have an I-Pod to play music at my wedding? What is the big deal about choosing a DJ? Here are some reasons to change your mind if you were considering the I-Pod DJ.
1. The DJ will make your life so much easier on your wedding day.
An empty dance floor at a wedding can be a bigger buzz kill than having a cash bar. In a perfect world, you envision your guests out on the dance floor tearing it up and having a great time. But how exactly do you get the party started and to continue all night long? Here is some advice from some wedding insiders to unpack getting the party started.
1. Everyone follows the bride
If the bride is out on the dance floor, then your guest will be on the dance floor. If the bride is out mingling with people, then the dance floor will most likely be empty.
1. There’s a high probability that a cheap (or free) DJ won’t be in business by the time your wedding arrives.
Why should you choose a wedding DJ? And how do you choose a great one? Check out these tips for your wedding day:
1. A wedding DJ makes for a stress-free reception. The last thing you want to worry about on your wedding day is making sure that the music sounds good. If you hire a wedding DJ you won’t have to worry about that at all. The music is pre-recorded and is very unlikely to face any hiccups along the way.