Advice From Minnesota Wedding DJ – Pro Sound & Light Show
After performing at over 14,000 events, Pro Sound & Light Show – Minnesota Wedding DJs recommend the following:
First and foremost is that great Minnesota wedding events don’t just happen. The best weddings take A LOT of preparation. We have found that the more information you provide in advance to your Minnesota Wedding DJ, the more memorable they can help it become. After all, this is your wedding and your Minnesota DJs goal should be to make it just the way you dreamed it would be. Here are some of the top questions to ask your Minnesota or Wisconsin Wedding DJ before you have them reserved and what information to provide to them.
Interactions: How interactive would you like your Minnesota Wedding DJ to be? This can range from simply keeping your Minnesota wedding reception low-key and elegant. This can be accomplished by playing the music you and your guests will enjoy to involving your guests in voluntary activities that will create high energy, fun moments, and great picture opportunities! Do you want your Minnesota DJ to teach interactive dances, entertain your younger guests, or engage your family and friends in unique contests? These games and contests are always changing and evolving in order to keep them new and fresh. Ask your Minnesota or Wisconsin Wedding DJ about what new interactions they can do at your wedding to make it even more unique and memorable.
Music Planning: Let the dancing begin! The very best wedding parties always have a mixture of songs that please and entertain all age groups. Most Upper Midwest weddings have between 3 to 5 hours of dancing and that works out to about 55-70 songs. Do you want your Wisconsin Disc Jockey to take requests from your guests? If so, we suggest that you pick out roughly 5-20 songs in addition to the most important songs of your night. To help you we have put together a list of popular first dance songs, father-daughter songs, mother-son songs, and a list of the Top 200 wedding party songs. Check with your Upper Midwest DJ for a complete list of the music they will bring to your wedding.
Dedications, Birthdays, Anniversary, etc: Would like your Minnesota Disc Jockey to make any special announcements? This is a great way to personalize your event and recognize someone special.
Sensitive Subjects: Your Twin Cities DJ should conduct himself or herself in a professional manner at all times throughout your reception. Make sure your Minneapolis DJ is aware of any sensitive information regarding your event, family, or guests.
Anything Else Your DJ Should Know: If you have a video presentation, a singer, musicians, fraternity/sorority serenade, centerpiece giveaway, or any other personalized additions that will make your party unique, be sure to communicate that to your St Paul DJ. Your St Paul or Minneapolis DJ can offer suggestions regarding the sequence and timing of these special touches.
If you have chosen Pro Sound & Light Show as your Minnesota DJ service, you can quickly and easily give us this information by logging into your planning tools. Plus here are additional tips for working with your Pro Sound & Light Show DJ and our top wedding reception activities and events.