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Wedding reception at the Ranch at Stoney Creek in Somerset, CA/

You Said Yes...

Thank you for trusting me as your DJ. Below is info for what happens next and some wedding planning advice. 


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What To Do Next

Follow Me

Want to see other events I DJ? Each of them is unique. Consider following me on IG so you can check out some different styles. Once we meet, we'll share ideas and come up with an atmosphere and vibe for your wedding.  

Share The Excitement

Would you like to announce on Insta that you found your DJ and get everyone hyped for your wedding and dance party? Share one of these images and tag me - @someonesaidyes

Advice - Make sure your friends are ready to swap out their fancy shoes for something good for dancing!

Planning Your Music

We generally start with a polished and romantic vibe and build the energy throughout your day. Start a playlist with some of your favorite songs on Spotify. Once we meet, we'll spend some time talking about music and when certain styles/songs fit best. What about guest requests?

Planning Everything Else

Check out the questionnaire at the bottom of your email. (Can't find it? Try this - LINK) You and your partner should dive in and take a look/answer what you can. Once you submit it, I'll contact you and make a plan to meet in person or Zoom. Coffee/Wine/Beer?

Some Advice

For Your Officiant

Is it your officiant's first time or maybe it's their 1,000th time. Either way, I have some advice to share from the perspective of a DJ.

Toasts & Speeches

Who goes first, how many, how long, open mic, drunk college friend? I've heard some beautiful toasts and some that are the opposite of beautiful. I have some advice to share.

First Dances

Maybe you have this on lock. Or maybe you're concerned about your first dance. I'll estimate more than 3/4th the formal dance songs I play are smoothly faded out around 1:30-2:00

Do Not Play Songs

The top 100 most requested wedding songs mimic the top 100 do-not-play songs almost perfectly. Curious about wedding music? Follow me on Spotify.

Thank You!

Questions? Please email me here - Email

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