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Online Booking

  • June 27, 2017

Carolina Wedding DJ is doing more booking online this year. The contract button follows your quote form information on the Availability page. Fill it out, sign and email delivers to both of  us. We need to talk to you. Some venues call for 3 sound systems and you may not be aware of that. Does ceremony on the beach literally mean you are wedding with feet in the sand? or under the gazebo of your rented private residence? Did you know there is noise curfew in many locations? 11 pm might not be a feasible end time. So let's settle out these details so everyone knows what they need, what they...

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Who are the Wedding Planners?

  • May 22, 2017

Who are the wedding planners and what do they do? Our experiences with small weddings, usually not associated with a restaurant, show that there is still a need to have someone organizing the event right up to when the DJ/Master of Ceremonies presses play for the processional. While there may be a ceremony rehearsal the night before, who becomes the leader when the wedding day dawns? The officiant has their place, to gather the groomsmen, but at what time? The DJ is at his station, playing seating music. When does the processional begin? Insert Wedding Liaison here.  Every bridal party...

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“Why don’t they call back?”

  • May 15, 2017

"I just wanted to know whether my date was available but out of all the DJ businesses I called or emailed, you were the only to both call and email me." This bride booked the venue late winter, asking if there would be Wedding DJ available. Carolina Wedding DJ Bob is asking, "why don't they call back?"  This is what we do, send you to the website to discover whether your date is available and what the costs are for your wedding music. Money is not the only factor in choosing a Wedding DJ. You need  information about what music services are offered and delivered. Put the prices on the website?...

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Gay Weddings in North Carolina

  • March 4, 2015

Congratulations! Let gay weddings begin! Oct. 10, 2014 was a banner day for same sex marriage in North Carolina as the U.S. District Court Judge Max O. Cogburn, Jr., in Asheville issued a ruling shortly after 5 p.m. declaring the ban approved by state voters in 2012 unconstitutional. Today, let's talk about how to customize gay weddings. Finding an officiant is first on the list. Many religions leave the choice to their local churches, rather than deny such services. There are many Unitarian Universalist, Universal Life and privately ordained people to choose from.  Did you know of this...

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Fit into those Wedding Clothes!

  • February 3, 2015

Are you, the Bride, going to fit into those Wedding Clothes come time to walk down the aisle? Are you going to spend all that money to buy a Wedding Dress months ahead of time and then not fit into it?! Is the Groom selecting Wedding Attire based on measurements taken last year? Make sure there is a tailor close by, if Wedding Day finds you not fitting into your clothes. #1 Decide that this is "the most important thing I can do for myself and my future. It's an investment that will pay off in multiple ways."   How to start? It’s easier than you think to start right now trimming...

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Carolina Wedding DJ Available for Crystal Coast Bride and Groom!

  • January 17, 2014

Crystal Coast Beach Weddings – 2014 Brides

  • August 8, 2013

The "Southern Inner Banks" were calling me to stay longer than a 4 hour DJ event. So my family rented a beach house for a week in Emerald Isle. My first question was, "who was having a Crystal Coast Beach wedding this weekend?" I drove up and down the island, checking out reception venues. Every place was packed.  I compared service people's trucks to the participants in our shared  advertising campaign at this site, http://crystalcoastbride.com. We were hankerin' for a clambake but the stairs to the beach were prohibitive so we contacted http://classicactcateringnc.com.  Phyllis...

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Wedding Reception Dilemma

  • April 22, 2013

You only have one hour left on your 3 hour reception schedule and you just finished dinner! What a wedding reception dilemma! How can you fit in the special dances, cake, bouquet/garter and still leave time for wild and crazy dancing?!  Carolina Wedding DJ to the rescue, for the guidance and seamless musical motion towards your Last Dance. Your DJ needs to be able to roll with your events and be the M.C. you hired to front the management of your party. When dilemmas occur during your wedding reception, Carolina Wedding DJ Bob immediately contacts you.  You decide what is most important and together,...

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Choosing your wedding dj package

  • February 11, 2013

Wedding Dj's are all over the web, www.carolinaweddingdj.com is right there too.  Finding likely candidates for you wedding dj couldn't be easier! So after surfing the web for an evening, you find 3-4 sites that are in the area of your reception and look like they have it together.  Most wedding dj website these days have interactive tools that allow prospective Brides and grooms to check availabilty, get prices, search music and even print out the contract.  On Carolina Wedding Dj , you just click availability, plug in your date and follow the prompts. You will quickly find out a lot about...

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First Dance Songs on Valentine’s Day

  • February 11, 2013

This is a day of hope for many a couple. Will these words waif through the air, "Will you marry me?" There may be a magical box to be opened or ring shopping might leap onto your calendar. Was there a song playing in the background? First dance wedding music choices have just begun! This is where Carolina Wedding DJ comes in. What are your favorite love songs? There are moments throughout your reception where you want to hear music that expresses what is bursting in your heart; how much love you have to give. The one of most romantic moments is your first dance. Will you pick a song that...

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