Promises, promises, promises . . .
WE TAKE THIS WEDDING STUFF SERIOUSLY.
Each of our DJs have pledged to abide by the following at each and every wedding they have in their care:
My Commitment to Every Bride and Groom:
- I will play the songs that keep your guests dancing, and make changes as necessary to ensure this.
- I will never do anything cheesy or obnoxious, or make myself the center of attention, unless it’s something we’ve planned together. It is YOUR day.
- If something is on your must-play list, I will play it within the time period that we discuss.
- If you want to hear a song at YOUR wedding, I will play it as quickly as possible, if it can’t be immediate.
- I will make all announcements in a formal, fun, and classy way.
- I will coordinate the grand entrance, cake cutting, toasts, grace, special dances, and other traditions in a “take charge” kind of way, but without being pushy, so you can have a worry-free night.
- I will be courteous, friendly, and professional to you, your guests, and your other wedding vendors.
- I’ll supply the top-quality equipment that is necessary to produce quality sound for a large banquet room, without overdoing the volume or lighting effects.
- My backup gear will be with me at all times.
- I arrive at least 1 1/2 hours early to ensure that I am completely set up, and everything is smoothly operating for your guest arrival.
- I’ll leave the drinking to the guests.
- I do not carry blow-up props or embarrass you or your guests. (Unless you have asked for something specific).
- I will use caution when carrying my equipment in and out of your banquet facility, and abide by all rules and restrictions.
- I will wear a modern suit or appropriate dress, with no additional frills or adornments such as musical notes on my bow tie or excessive jewelry.
- I understand that you’ll be completing an evaluation of my services, and will do everything in my ability to ensure that you’ll rate me perfectly. I will always give you the respect and care of being prepared and trying my hardest, but please understand that I am human, and can make an honest mistake.