Weddings

Wedding DJs

The Wedding DJs specialty is obvious. We provide the real life soundtrack for your wedding. Our DJs are also confident, elegant spokespersons and will act as your Master of Ceremonies (MC) to make any announcements, and help direct your guests. From the music to our appearance, we plan and incorporate your ideas to make the elegant wedding you’ve envisioned.

No other vendor will effect your reception as much as the Entertainment. For the most important day in your life, don’t settle for second best.

Our experience will be your assurance of a wonderful celebration to be shared with your family and friends. All of our DJs have a minimum of 10 years of Experience each!

We will sit down with you in person to get to know who you are, and what you are looking for. Our professional DJs will work with you to make your special day everything you dreamed. We will talk you through a typical wedding reception with planners, and give you ideas about how to make yours unique.

The DJ you meet at the consultations, is the DJ that will be at your wedding. Your DJ will be guaranteed in writing, so you won’t have any surprises on your big day.

We are offering “Peace of Mind” that our experience and professionalism will make your wedding stress free, and elegant. Our unique ability to “Read the Crowd” will ensure a fun and entertaining party. By getting to know you, we will make sure your reception is fun and memorable.

Let us help you make your wedding dreams a reality.

Wedding Music

You want your big day to be one for all of your guests to remember, so your choice of music is going to be one of your biggest decisions!

It’s not just the music for the wedding reception that you have to consider, either. The music at your wedding ceremony will set the mood, making it formal, romantic, fun or even offbeat. Most couples choose to have music in their ceremony, even if it’s a simple soloist or wind instrument.

When it comes to the wedding reception, music can really make or break the party. There’s nothing worse then the dreaded silence of a large group of people just milling around a room with no background tunes! Whether you’re going to have a live band play or if you’re hiring a DJ to spin your tunes, make sure that there’s a wide selection available to keep your guests hopping throughout the night.

It was William Shakespeare who said
“If music be the food of love, play on.”
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Top Wedding Songs

The following is a list of the most popular wedding songs played at ceremonies and receptions, compiled from our mobile DJ survey

We broke down each section of a traditional wedding, in order, from the ceremony to the reception.

Ceremony music:

Prelude music: Played prior to the ceremony, while guests are arriving.

  • Moonlight Sonata (Beethoven)
  • Isn’t It Romantic (Glenn Miller)
  • Water Music (Handel)
  • Ave Maria (Schubert / Gounod)
  • The Four Seasons (Vivaldi)
  • Greensleeves (Traditional)
  • Rhapsody In Blue (Gershwin)
  • God Only Knows (The Beach Boys)
  • As Time Goes By (A Kiss Is Just A Kiss) (Tony Bennett)
  • Arioso (Bach)
  • Ode To Joy (Beethoven)
  • Brandenburg Concerto #2 (Bach)
  • Gloria (Vivaldi)
  • Unchained Melody (Righteous Brothers)

Processional & Bridal music: Played during the time the family, wedding party, and the bride walk down the aisle.

  • Bridal Chorus (Here Comes The Bride) from “Lohengrin” (Wagner)
  • Trumpet Voluntary in D (The Prince of Denmark’s March) (Clarke or Purcell)
  • Canon in D (Pachelbel)
  • The Four Seasons (Handel)
  • Water Music (Handel)
  • What A Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong)
  • Unforgettable (Nat King Cole)
  • I Can’t Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley)
  • When A Man Loves A Woman (Percy Sledge)
  • In My Life (The Beatles)
  • March From Lohengrin (Wagner)

Interlude music (optional): The songs played during the ceremony.

  • Ave Maria (Schubert)
  • Amazing Grace (Traditional)
  • La Traviata (Verdi)
  • Sheep May Safely Graze (Bach)
  • And I Love Her (The Beatles)
  • Primavera: First Movement, Allegro (Vivaldi)
  • Love Me Tender (Elvis Presley)
  • Für Elise (Beethoven)
  • We’ve Only Just Begun (The Carpenters)
  • Have I Told You Lately (Van Morrison)

Recessional music: Music played as the new husband and wife walk up the aisle together.

  • Wedding March (from “A Midsummer Night’s Dream”) (Mendelssohn)
  • Ode To Joy (from The Ninth Symphony) (Beethoven)
  • Hallelujah Chorus (from “The Messiah”) (Handel)
  • Trumpet Tune (Purcell)
  • Magnificat In D (Bach)
  • The Long And Winding Road (The Beatles)
  • I Got You (I Feel Good) (James Brown)
  • How Sweet It Is (James Taylor)
  • Then He Kissed Me (The Crystals)
  • I Got You Babe (Sonny and Cher)

Reception music:

First Dance music: First dance as husband and wife.

  • Unforgettable (Nat King Cole)
  • Can’t Help Falling In Love (Elvis Presley)
  • Can I Have This Dance? (Ann Murray)
  • The Way You Look Tonight (Frank Sinatra)
  • It Had To Be You (Harry Connick, Jr.)
  • What A Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong)
  • Endless Love (Diana Ross and Lionel Richie)
  • I Cross My Heart (George Strait)
  • I Swear (John M. Montgomery or All 4 One)
  • A Whole New World (Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle)
  • As Time Goes By (A Kiss Is Just A Kiss) (Michael Feinstein)
  • When You Say Nothing At All (Allison Krauss)
  • Faithfully (Journey)
  • No Ordinary Love (Sade)
  • Here And Now (Luther Vandross)
  • I Can Love you Like That (John M. Montgomery)
  • Power Of Love (Celine Dion)
  • Tonight I Celebrate My Love (Roberta Flack & Peabo Bryson)
  • Everything I Do {I Do For You} (Bryan Adams)
  • When A Man Loves A Woman (Percy Sledge or Michael Bolton)
  • All My Life (Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville)
  • I’ll Be There (Mariah Carey)
  • On Bended Knee (Boyz II Men)
  • At Last (Etta James)
  • Don’t Know Much (Linda Ronstadt & Aaron Neville)
  • From This Moment On (Shania Twain)
  • Our Love Is Here To Stay (Harry Connick, Jr.)
  • Unchained Melody (The Righteous Brothers)

*These are the most requested songs, but there are many others. Ask your DJ.

Father/Daughter music: The dance between the new bride and her father.

  • My Girl (The Temptations)
  • Thank Heaven For Little Girls (Gigi)
  • Just The Way You Are (Billy Joel)
  • Unforgettable (Nat King Cole / Natalie Cole)
  • The Wind Beneath My Wings (Bette Midler)
  • My Dad (Paul Petersen)
  • Hero (Mariah Carey)
  • Butterfly Kisses (Bob Carlisle)
  • Times of Your Life (Paul Anka)
  • A Song For My Daughter (Steve Moser, Mikki Viereck, Ray Allaire)
  • Can You Feel The Love Tonight (Elton John)
  • The Way You Look Tonight (Frank Sinatra)
  • Have I Told You Lately (Rod Stewart)
  • Because You Loved Me (Celine Dion)
  • My Heart Will Go On (Celine Dion)
  • Have I Told You Lately (Van Morrison)
  • What A Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong)
  • Through The Years (Kenny Rogers)
  • Daddy’s Hand (Holly Dunn)
  • Daddy’s little Girl (Kippi Brannon)
  • Daddy’s Girl (Peter Cetera)
  • Sunrise, Sunset (Fiddler On The Roof – Sndtrk)
  • Lullabye (Billy Joel)
  • A Whole New World (Peabo Bryson & Regina Belle)
  • How Do You Fall In Love (Alabama)
  • Isn’t She Lovely (Stevie Wonder)
  • Landslide (Fleetwood Mac)
  • Thank Heaven For Little Girls (Gigi)
  • Father’s Eyes (Amy Grant)
  • Friends (Elton John)
  • In Your Eyes (Peter Gabriel)

Mother/Son music: The dance between the husband and his mother.

  • Don’t Know Much (Linda Rondstadt and Aaron Neville)
  • Butterfly Kisses (Bob Carlisle)
  • I.O.U (Jimmy Dean)
  • Moon River (Andy Williams)
  • Moon Dance (Van Morrison)
  • ‘Til The End Of Time (Perry Como)
  • Through The Years (Kenny Rogers)
  • Have I Told You Lately (Rod Stewart)
  • Because You Loved Me (Celine Dion)
  • Just The Way You Are (Billy Joel)
  • Unforgettable (Nat King Cole / Natalie Cole)
  • What A Wonderful World (Louis Armstong)
  • In This Life (Bette Midler)
  • You’re The Inspiration (Chicago)
  • Wind Beneath My Wings (Bette Midler)
  • Friends (Elton John)
  • Wishing Tree (Sonia Dada)
  • Blessed (Elton John)
  • Hero (Mariah Carey)
  • In Your Eyes (Peter Gabriel)
  • A Song For My Son (Steve Moser, Mikki Viereck, Ray Allaire)
  • Sunrise, Sunset (Fiddler On The Roof – Sndtrk)
  • In My Life (The Beatles)
  • Ever I Saw Your face (Roberta Flasck)
  • Greatest Love Of All (Whitney Houston)
  • I Wish You Love (Natalie Cole)
  • Thanks Again (Ricky Skaggs)
  • Stand By Me (Ben E. King)

Bridal Party Dances music: The dance including the Bride & Groom, Bridesmaids & Groomsmen, and family members.

  • That’s What Friends Are For (Dionne & Friends: Elton John, Gladys Knight & Stevie Wonder)
  • Can You Feel The Love Tonight (Elton John)
  • Friends In Low Places (Garth Brooks)
  • We Are Family (Sister Sledge)
  • Friends (Elton John)
  • Heroes and Friends (Randy Travis)
  • In Your Eyes (Peter Gabriel)
  • Celebration (Kool & The Gang)

Cutting The Cake music: Played while the Bride & Groom cut the cake.

  • Cut the Cake (Average White Band)
  • I Wanna Grow Old With You (Adam Sandler)
  • How Sweet It Is (James Taylor)
  • Sugar, Sugar (The Archies)
  • Hit me With Your Best Shot (Pat Benatar)
  • When I’m 64 (The Beatles)
  • Recipe For Love (Harry Connick Jr.)
  • That’s Amore’ (Dean Martin)
  • Happy Together (The Turtles)
  • Pour Some Sugar On Me (Def Leppard)
  • I Got You Babe (Sunny & Cher)
  • Love & Marriage (Frank Sinatra)
  • Oh Yeah! (Yello)
  • Axel F (Harold Faltermeyer)
  • Peter Gunn Theme

Money/Dollar (Honeymoon) Dance music (Optional) Played during the time the Bride & Groom dance with guests while the Best man and Maid of Honor collect the money for their honeymoon.

  • See music list above: “Bridal Party Music”
  • Ask your DJ for suggestions

Garter And Bouquet Toss music: Played during the bouquet toss and garter toss.

  • The Stripper (David Rose)
  • Legs (ZZ Top)
  • You Sexy Thing (Hot Chocolate)
  • Oh Yeah! (Yello)
  • Macho Man (Village People)
  • Theme From Mission Impossible (Danny Elfman)
  • Wild Thing (The Troggs or Tone Loc)
  • Let’s Get It On (Marvin Gaye)
  • Bad Boys (Inner Circle)
  • Another One Bites The Dust (Queen)
  • Curly Shuffle (Jump n’ The Saddle)
  • Kiss (Prince)
  • Do Ya Think I’m Sexy (Rod Stewart)
  • Gimme All Your Lovin’ (ZZ Top)
  • Pretty Woman (Roy Orbison)
  • Freak Me (Silk)
  • Hungry Eyes (Eric Carmen)
  • Heaven (Bryan Adams)
  • U Can’t Touch This (MC Hammer)
  • Shameless (Garth Brooks)
  • *Girls Night Out (The Judds)
  • *Girls Just Wanna Have Fun (Cyndi Lauper)
  • *Whipped Cream {Dating Game Theme} (Herb Alpert)
  • *Miss America Theme (Various)

*Songs for Bouquet Toss Only.

Last Dance music: The last song of the night for the Bride & Groom and their remaining guests.

  • Last Dance (Donna Summer)
  • New York, New York (Frank Sinatra)
  • Good Riddance {Time Of Your Life} (Green Day)
  • From This Moment On (Shania Twain & Bryan White)
  • Save The Best For Last (Vanessa Williams)
  • Wonderful Tonight (David Kersh)
  • Could I Have This Dance (Anne Murray)
  • You’re Still The One (Shania Twain)
  • Closing Time (Semisonic)
  • Unforgettable (Nat King Cole / Natalie Cole)
  • I’ve Had The Time Of My Life (Bill Medly & Jennifer Warnes)
  • How Your Love Makes Me Feel (Diamond Rio)
  • Goodnight, Sweetheart (David Kersh)
  • The Party’s Over (Nat King Cole)
  • Goodnight Sweetheart (Spaniels)
  • What A Wonderful World (Louis Armstrong)
  • The Dance (Garth Brooks)
  • Truly, Madly, Deeply (Savage Garden)
  • Always And Forever (Heatwave

Top 200 Most Requested Songs of the Past Year

RankArtistSong
1Black Eyed PeasI Gotta Feeling
2JourneyDon’t Stop Believin’
3CupidCupid Shuffle
4AC/DCYou Shook Me All Night Long
5Lady Gaga Feat. Colby O’donisJust Dance
6Bon JoviLivin’ On A Prayer
7BeyonceSingle Ladies (Put A Ring On It)
8Diamond, NeilSweet Caroline (Good Times Never Seemed So Good)
9Lmfao Feat. Lauren Bennett And Goon RockParty Rock Anthem
10Morrison, VanBrown Eyed Girl
11B-52’sLove Shack
12Def LeppardPour Some Sugar On Me
13Jackson, MichaelBillie Jean
14PinkRaise Your Glass
15DJ CasperCha Cha Slide
16Usher Feat. Will.I.AmOmg
17Cruz, TaioDynamite
18Lynyrd SkynyrdSweet Home Alabama
19OutkastHey Ya!
20BeatlesTwist And Shout
21Perry, KatyFirework
22Usher Feat. Ludacris & Lil’ JonYeah
23Mars, BrunoJust The Way You Are
24Sir Mix-A-LotBaby Got Back
25ABBADancing Queen
26Clapton, EricWonderful Tonight
27Pitbull Feat. Ne-Yo, Afrojack & NayerGive Me Everything
28Sister SledgeWe Are Family
29Kool & The GangCelebration
30Lopez, Jennifer Feat. PitbullOn The Floor
31Black Eyed PeasBoom Boom Pow
32Lady GagaPoker Face
33Isley BrothersShout
34Timberlake, JustinSexyback
35Brooks, GarthFriends In Low Places
36Jackson, MichaelThriller
37RihannaDon’t Stop The Music
38Brown, ChrisForever
39TrainMarry Me
40Sinatra, FrankThe Way You Look Tonight
41TemptationsMy Girl
42Black Eyed PeasThe Time (Dirty Bit)
43Vanilla IceIce Ice Baby
44Loggins, KennyFootloose
45Seger, Bob & The Silver Bullet BandOld Time Rock & Roll
46Mraz, JasonI’m Yours
47James, EttaAt Last
48Black Eyed PeasLet’s Get It Started
49FoundationsBuild Me Up Buttercup
50RihannaOnly Girl (In The World)
51Flo Rida Feat. David GuettaClub Can’t Handle Me
52CommodoresBrick House
53Jackson, MichaelDon’t Stop ‘Til You Get Enough
54Flo Rida Feat. T-PainLow
55Lady GagaBad Romance
56Ke$HaTik Tok
57Presley, ElvisCan’t Help Falling In Love
58Green, Cee LoForget You
59Armstrong, LouisWhat A Wonderful World
60Village PeopleY.M.C.A.
61Far East Movement Feat. The Cataracs & DevLike A G6
62UsherDJ Got Us Fallin’ In Love
63Big & RichSave A Horse (Ride A Cowboy)
64Bee GeesStayin’ Alive
65Wild CherryPlay That Funky Music
66Adams, BryanSummer Of ’69
67Lauper, CyndiGirls Just Want To Have Fun
68Righteous BrothersUnchained Melody
69Jackson, MichaelP.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)
70AerosmithI Don’t Want To Miss A Thing
71Dexy’s Midnight RunnersCome On Eileen
72Jackson, MichaelThe Way You Make Me Feel
73Beyonce Feat. Jay-ZCrazy In Love
74House Of PainJump Around
75Lmfao Feat. Lil JonShots
76Cyrus, MileyParty In The U.S.A.
77Rascal FlattsBless The Broken Road
78LonestarAmazed
79RednexCotton Eye Joe
80Ke$HaBlow
81Brown Band, ZacChicken Fried
82Mraz, Jason & Colbie CaillatLucky
83Lady GagaBorn This Way
84Brown, ChrisYeah 3x
85Buble, MichaelEverything
86Griffiths, MarciaElectric Boogie (Electric Slide)
87AdeleRolling In The Deep
88Kid RockAll Summer Long
89Trey Songz Feat. Nicki MinajBottoms Up
90Earth, Wind & FireSeptember
91Maroon 5 Feat. Christina AguileraMoves Like Jagger
92Johnson, JackBetter Together
93QueenCrazy Little Thing Called Love
94Jay-Z Feat. Alicia KeysEmpire State Of Mind
95Jackson, MichaelBeat It
96Springfield, RickJessie’s Girl
97Iglesias, Enrique Feat. PitbullI Like It
98TrainHey Soul Sister
99Guns N’ RosesSweet Child O’ Mine
100JourneyFaithfully
101SugarlandStuck Like Glue
102Young M.C.Bust A Move
103CascadaEvacuate The Dancefloor
104Flo Rida Feat. KeishaRight Round
105Medley, Bill & Jennifer Warnes(I’ve Had) The Time Of My Life
106Perry, KatyTeenage Dream
107California Swag DistrictTeach Me How To Dougie
108Houston, WhitneyI Wanna Dance With Somebody (Who Loves Me)
109Checker, ChubbyThe Twist
110Salt-N-PepaPush It
111Franti, Michael & SpearheadSay Hey (I Love You)
112Four TopsI Can’t Help Myself (Sugar Pie, Honey Bunch)
113NellyHot In Herre
114Black Eyed PeasImma Be
115Ke$HaWe R Who We R
11650 CentIn Da Club
117Iglesias, Enrique Feat. LudacrisTonight (I’m Lovin’ You)
118Minaj, NickiSuper Bass
119Buble, MichaelSave The Last Dance For Me
120PinkGet The Party Started
121Kings Of LeonSex On Fire
122Taylor, JamesHow Sweet It Is (To Be Loved By You)
123Jones, NorahCome Away With Me
124Pitbull Feat. T-PainHey Baby (Drop It To The Floor)
125RomanticsWhat I Like About You
126BeatlesAll You Need Is Love
127Paisley, BradShe’s Everything
128KC & The Sunshine BandGet Down Tonight
129Brooks & DunnBoot Scootin’ Boogie
130PrinceKiss
131Sinatra, FrankFly Me To The Moon
132Mcgraw, Tim With Faith HillIt’s Your Love
133Ke$HaYour Love Is My Drug
134Green, AlLet’s Stay Together
135Hammer, M.C.U Can’t Touch This
136RihannaS&M
137Black Eyed PeasJust Can’t Get Enough
138Cheap TrickI Want You To Want Me
139Guetta, David Feat. AkonSexy Chick
140Los Del RioMacarena
141Spears, BritneyTill The World Ends
142U2Beautiful Day
143MadonnaLike A Prayer
144Jackson 5ABC
145Perry, KatyCalifornia Gurls
146Rascal FlattsMy Wish
147Swift, TaylorLove Story
148Paisley, BradThen
149Thompson SquareAre You Gonna Kiss Me Or Not
150Gaye, MarvinLet’s Get It On
151Lady GagaThe Edge Of Glory
152Adams, Bryan(Everything I Do) I Do It For You
153West, Kanye Feat. Jamie FoxxGold Digger
154Travolta, John & Olivia Newton-JohnGrease Megamix
155Buffett, JimmyMargaritaville
156Perry, KatyLast Friday Night (T.G.I.F.)
157Franklin, ArethaRespect
158Daft PunkOne More Time
159K-Ci & JojoAll My Life
160AerosmithWalk This Way
161Maya, Edward Feat. Vika JigulinaStereo Love
162Idol, BillyWhite Wedding
163Cash, JohnnyRing Of Fire
164Lady Gaga Feat. BeyonceTelephone
165UB40Red Red Wine
166LmfaoSexy And I Know It
167Mcgraw, TimMy Best Friend
168A-HaTake On Me
169Jordan, MontellThis Is How We Do It
170Sinatra, FrankCome Fly With Me
171Sorta Crackers BandChicken Dance
172DionRunaround Sue
173Black Eyed PeasMy Humps
174Smith, WillGettin’ Jiggy Wit It
175QueenAnother One Bites The Dust
176Digital UndergroundThe Humpty Dance
177Black Eyed PeasRock That Body
178Rascal FlattsLife Is A Highway
179EaglesHotel California
180Martin, DeanThat’s Amore
181Prince1999
182Gaynor, GloriaI Will Survive
183Yolanda Be Cool Vs. DcupWe No Speak Americano
184White, BarryCan’t Get Enough Of Your Love, Babe
185LifehouseYou And Me
186Idol, BillyMony Mony
187Big & RichLost In This Moment
188Checker, ChubbyLet’s Twist Again
189ColdplayViva La Vida
190Strait, GeorgeI Cross My Heart
191TemptationsAin’t Too Proud To Beg
192UsherMore
193Violent FemmesBlister In The Sun
194BeatlesI Saw Her Standing There
195Rihanna Feat. Jay-ZUmbrella
196Sledge, PercyWhen A Man Loves A Woman
197King, Ben E.Stand By Me
198Kings Of LeonUse Somebody
199B.O.B. Feat. Bruno MarsNothin’ On You
200RihannaDisturbia

Planning Your Wedding

My Agenda
Create your own agenda; so, when all of the wedding day details, such as ceremony time, transportation, and reception time etc., start piling up, you have an easy tool to organize it all.

My Budget
Track all of your expenses with our bodacious budgeter which includes a complete list of typical wedding costs. Additionally, you are able to budget for your wedding and create an estimate of segmented and total costs

My Calendar
Organize your TO-DO’s with an updated calendar, in which you can print and post as a reminder for what you have to-do for the day/week/month. For over due tasks, we’ll send you an email reminder to keep you on schedule. Also, we have provided you with a thorough list of TO-DO’s from 6-12 months before until the day of your wedding

My Contacts
Keep a list of all of your contacts, such as the florist, hotel, DJ, caterer, transportation, photographer etc.

My Guest List
Create an organized guest list that will keep track of all of the details of your attendees, who is coming, who is not, and who is tentative, contact information, etc. Print a list of all attendees and their contact information so you can easily address invitations.

My Floor Plan
This is the ultimate tool in which you are able to create your own personalized floor plan! Our print function allows you to print the entire floor plan and seating chart, so you can give to your reception coordinator. It’s extremely user friendly and exactly what you need to tackle the monstrous floor plan and seating chart task.

My Flowers
Keep track of your contacts and flower arrangement details, such as costs, delivery times, etc.

My Food
Plan food and beverages for you Rehearsal, Reception and more.

My Registries
Keep a list of your registries, and have easy access to them whenever you need.

Wedding Music: Top 10 Tips

Want to keep your guests tapping their feet? Get the right groove with these ten need-to-know wedding music tips.

1. Poll Your Peers
Ask friends and family members for recommendations from weddings they’ve recently attended. There’s nothing like a wedding guest to give you an unbiased point of view — find out who was on the dance floor and who wasn’t.

2. Analyze the Acoustics
Whom you hire depends on where you’ll marry. You can’t really have string instruments on the beach or your violinist might be drowned out by the crashing waves. Similarly, a classic formal event will lend itself to big-band sounds, which you would have a tough time fitting under a small tent for 100 people in your backyard. If you’re marrying in a public place (say, a park), noise restrictions may apply (also true for at-home weddings).

3. Hear Them First
It’s absolutely necessary to see and hear your musicians before you book them: Prior to signing any papers be sure to ask for a videotape and/or CD, or if you can see them perform live. If you’ve been given a CD, make sure you find out who exactly is on the recording — which singers, how many instruments. If they’re showcasing the all-star 12-piece band, and you’re interested in the 9-piece ensemble, the sound may not be an accurate sample.

4. Think About Overtime
Bands and DJs are typically hired for four hours, but if you think your reception might last longer, consider booking them for five hours. If you spontaneously decide to have them stay longer, you could incur steep overtime fees.

5. Contract Cues
You must get everything in writing! This includes the names and contact information of your performers; the wedding date and location; and the hours the musicians should play. Agree on a total price (minus any deposit you may have already submitted) and costs for overtime. Document requests for the number (and length) of breaks.

6. Pick With Personality
Sure, you’ve got your first-dance song settled; and you’ve always wanted to dance with your dad to “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder. But what about other custom tunes of the night? One for the cake-cutting, one for the bouquet toss, one for your exit dance? Have a little fun with it — playing “Pour Some Sugar on Me” while you slice into your wedding cake will be a sweet treat.

7. The Do-Not-Play List
Probably more important than your “play” list — make your DJ or band swear up and down that they will follow it no matter how much cash Aunt Milly is waving.

8. Curb Jitters
While you�re dancing, whisper soothing things to each other and keep each other grounded, because your adrenaline is going to be going so fast. Also, make sure videographers and photographers stay off of the dance floor — if they get too close, it can be a major distraction and catch you off guard.

9. Burn, Baby, Burn
If you’re using a prerecorded CD for your first-dance song, write down the name of the song and track number for the person in charge of hitting play. Or, better yet, make everyone’s life easier and copy the song on a blank CD so there’s no mistake. Just bring a back-up CD in case there’s a problem with the cue.

10. Clothes Call
Don’t forget to talk to your DJ or bandleader about what he (and/or the group) plans on wearing for your event. Divas in mini skirts may worry your grandma.

Frequently Asked Questions:

Absolutely! We encourage requests. Not only prior to the event but also during. We will play to your crowd demographics and also work in your music selections during the appropriate times to keep your dance floor filled and guests happy!

Most likely we will have the music selection in our over 300,000 song database. Our state of the art technology allows us to download any and all music at your event. However, you are more than welcome to bring your music. 

There is never a set-up or breakdown charge, this is on our own time. We arrive at your event approximately 90 minutes early to set up, test our sound system and to be ready to introduce ourselves to your guests as they arrive.

We can perform with a Laid Back Style or as interactive as you like. 

Our Disc Jockey services and DJs are professional Wedding DJ experts that have diverse crowd experience with that can serve all age groups and taste and style! 

We update our equipment each year and also maintain a back up system for your peace of mind so we can ensure the show will still go on! There is no additional cost for back up equipment for your event