Wedding DJ Equipment
First impressions matter.
As a wedding DJ, my job goes beyond just playing music. I create an atmosphere to match the vibe. One aspect of this is having equipment that looks good. It’s a trend to refer to a DJ’s equipment as furniture and for a good reason. Here's why I believe it's important that a wedding DJ's equipment looks good (or maybe way better than simply “good”)
First Impressions Matter
When guests enter your reception space, they will notice the DJ setup. If the equipment looks old, outdated, or mismatched, it can give off a negative first impression and look like you hired a budget DJ. (Vibe level low) On the other hand, if the DJ booth looks sleek, modern, and coordinated with your wedding style, it can make a great first impression and set the tone for the entire event. As a DJ, we want to create an atmosphere that makes guests feel good and excited. Having a fresh-looking DJ set up gets your guests hyped.
Equipment as Furniture
As mentioned earlier, some DJs refer to their equipment as furniture. This is because, just like furniture, the DJ booth is a part of the overall aesthetic of the reception space. The right equipment can enhance the look and feel of the event. For example, if the wedding has a rustic theme, having a rustic-inspired DJ set up will match your style. Alternatively, if the wedding is more modern, having a new style of DJ setup will impress your guests. Think all white with a sophisticated style. When the equipment compliments the wedding theme, it can create a cohesive and polished look.
Customization is Key
Another way to ensure that the DJ booth looks good is to customize it to fit your wedding style. This is where a TV built into the DJ booth can be amazing. You can take the customization to the next level by displaying photos of your partner and you from your engagement or from vacation. For example, if the wedding has a specific color scheme, we can display your photos as a slide show with a font and color that matches your invitation. Maybe you’re not looking for a slide show of photos. I can create a monogram with your initials and wedding date and match the colors and font from your wedding website. Last year I created a design based on a couple's favorite album. They loved it!
Creating a Memorable Experience
Having equipment that looks good simply looks good. We understand how important your wedding colors, the table cloths, your flowers design, and everything else is to you. When everything looks coordinated and polished, it can make a lasting impression. Your guests will remember the DJ who played great music and had equipment that fit perfectly with your vision.
What Else Can Out Television-Based DJ Booth Do?
1. I can play music videos. I’ve been told this is amazing. That might be a slight exaggeration, but it’s certainly unique.
2. The monogram image can match the design of your photo booth. Going with a modern black and white style for your photo booth captures? I’ll create a perfect match for the front of my DJ booth. Everything will look cohesive and clean.
3. "Crowd Cam” When the dance floor is really poppin’ off, I’ll turn on a camera I have mounted on the top of my lighting system to display the dance floor. This elevates the energy level and guests love it. I’ve seen some ridiculous dance moves go down when guests see themselves on TV. And don’t worry, nothing is recorded.
4. Using a Wedding Hashtag? We can display it on the front of our DJ booth.
In conclusion, as a wedding DJ, having equipment that looks good is important to the overall style of your event. It's about having functional equipment and creating a visual that fits your wedding theme. By treating the DJ booth as a piece of furniture and customizing it to fit the wedding aesthetic, you can enhance the overall look and vibe of the event. Having a TV built into the DJ booth that displays customized images can take this customization to the next level. So, don't underestimate the power of having visually appealing equipment. It's a small detail that can make a big difference. This is the end. Thank you for reading.