Wedding Vendors

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 weddings!  At www.carolinaweddingdj.com the dj services will be presented like a menu for you to choose from you can organise it all right there and find out a cost on all that wedding dj bling!  Your wedding ceremony can be simply recorded music  (classical sounds great through my Bose systems)  or you can choose live music OR if you have some talented individual in your party live sound services can make them sound their best.  Wedding ceremony on the beach?  No problems there either.

How long?  Most dj’s have packages based on the length of the event so that’s the next decision.  As a rule I say that 3 hours is about the minimum (if you’re efficient, we can do the ceremony and reception in 3 hrs)  The usual is 4 hours for the reception only, I do a lot of 5 hour events (with sit-down dinners) and longer also.  If you have a question on the timing of your wedding reception, feel free to ask.  I always offer fast and friendly answers.  Another option on my North Carolina wedding dj site is the Subwoofer Package, if you are planning a large wedding in a big room or out of doors or maybe you have a guest list of 150-200 people who really want to party, that’s the sound that will shake up the dancefloor! 2000 Watts of Bose Bass power will make it rock from the first dance to the last!

Last but not least, lighting has a huge effect on the feel of a room.  These days uplighting is being used a lot to create an atmsphere in reception venues and due to LED technology using very little power, you can transform a room using virtually any color scheme.  On the dance floor, nothing beats having the lights sync up to the music to keep the dance party moving. So, turn down the house lights and turn up the music and get ready to make the memories of a lifetime!

So what are you waiting for?  Go online, plan your dream wedding and get the budget info you need!

 

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