What? It's A Wedding DJ Blog! (March 9, 2023)
This is a wedding DJ blog from the perspective of a wedding DJ.
Everything is from the Perspective of me. I am a DJ and this is a Wedding DJ Blog
I think my ideas are important as I've seen a lot of weddings. A few hundred for sure. I have yet to count, but at 50 per year for the last couple of years, many would call me an expert. I also see what happens from a different angle—wondering what I think about an open mic for toasts? You're going to find out.
Why is my Perspective Different?
I'm focused on the atmosphere and transitions at your wedding. What do I mean by atmosphere? It's the general vibe of your day. Music plays a part, but so does my MC'ing, the style of your officiant, and a million other influences.
What do I mean by transitions? In the same manner as I transition smoothly from song to song, your cocktail hour should transition to dinner with the same fluid cadence. Why should you consider your first dance as a married couple immediately following your introductions? Because everyone is seated, we have everyone's attention, and there are no distractions. It can be the perfect transition from cocktail and dinner.
My Perspective is Worth Considering
Does your photographer need you for a full hour after your ceremony? If wedding photos are very important to you, then go for it. But remember, you won't have the chance to see many of your friends and family at this time. Spend an hour taking photos; you'll lose this moment. Once dinner begins, you might visit some tables, but then it's cake, formal dancing, then party time. What I'm saying is that you have around 6 hours for your wedding. Use your time wisely and as you choose.
So it's a Blog
It's like Instagram but with more words, fewer videos, and maybe some sound advice from a DJ. I'll also share some wedding playlists, a few wedding recaps, possibly a vendor spotlight, and a funny video of our dog.
Did you really read this far? Thank you!