The personality and professionalism of the D.J. that you choose to host your wedding or event is in many ways the single most important aspect of your event. It is a direct representation of yourself, the level of service you hold yourself to and your dedication to the people you love. Because of this you ALWAYS meet your DJ before signing a contract.
What type of D.J. do you need?
If you are planning an elegant wedding, is a club D.J suitable? Every D.J. has their niche in the marketplace and it is of the utmost importance to choose one that is the best in the genre you are looking for. Ask the D.J. representative directly what their specialty is; there should be no vague answers.
All D.J./M.C.’s Should Be:
- Event Coordinator
- Sound and Light Tech
- Master of Ceremonies
- Experienced Consultant
- Enthusiastic Audience Motivator
Things to Watch For:
Hidden charges such as use of wireless microphones or dance floor lighting. These should all be included in your packages price quote.
Long contracts usually are charging you for set up and tear down, this should never happen. At RoseCityDJ’s that is all on our time, not yours.
“Fun, professional DJ”
“Erich was professional, fun and flexible for our wedding! He connected with us a few days before to iron out details and really helped to make the wedding flow! I would recommend him to anyone looking for a DJ who is fun, keeps the party going and makes this part of planning a wedding as least stressful as possible!”
“Amazing wedding reception”
“Erich did the most amazing job. He dj’d the whole wedding…everything went smoothly. Then he got the dance floor going and it never emptied once. We even asked to extend and he did. It was so fun and he knew perfect songs to play to keep everyone out there. Cannot recommend him enough.”