There's nothing like dancing to "your song" at your wedding reception as your first dance as man and wife and hearing the version performed as you know it. You can only get that by playing the version of the song by the original artist. But more than playing the music at your wedding reception or bachelor party, a disc jockey needs to be entertaining. He or she is going to be introducing you and your family to your guests following the wedding ceremony, "for the first time as husband and wife".
Be sure to meet at least once with the DJ to discuss carefully how you, your family and the wedding party will be introduced. Be sure the DJ or master of ceremonies for your wedding reception knows how to pronounce all the names of the people who are very important to you. Be sure that everyone in the wedding party is aware of how the introductions will be handled. You need to tell them not to disappear right after the ceremony but to be sure they know you'll be announcing their names. This is especially important with youngsters in the wedding party.
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Black Tie DJ's
Providing quality disc jockey and live music entertainment for wedding ceremonies, remote beach weddings, receptions, corporate and private events throughout Sarasota and the Tampa Bay area.