What Makes Wedding DJs Different? (part 2)

You get lots of types of DJs; Club DJs, Kids Party
DJs, Karaoke DJs, Rock DJs, RnB DJs, Old Skool DJs…. Would you book any of them
for your wedding? You might if you wanted a very specific evening but in
general, no! They don’t specialise in what you are looking for – despite the
fact that they could all be fantastic DJs!

For a full-time professional wedding DJ, experience,
training, microphone technique, attire, equipment, presentation and most
importantly, service, should all be exceptional.

Before I started my own wedding entertainment company,
I had worked part-time for other wedding DJs agencies. I was also doing the
usual round of pubs and clubs residencies, birthdays, anniversaries etc! I
decided to become a full-time wedding DJ because I realised that I’d NEVER seen
a good one!

What do you do when you want to get better at
something? I learned! I spoke to some of the best guys in the UK, I invested in
training and in improving my own show. Not just in better equipment (toys as my
wife likes to call them) but in the real tools of my trade MYSELF! I now
specialise in making each occasion unique and personal. There is so much more that a wedding DJ can do for you than hust turn up ans play a few tunes!

Some of the great DJs
I have learned from have the ability to make you howl with laughter or cry
tears of joy. This ability to create moments of incredible emotion
don’t occur by accident, it’s a tremendous amount of hard work, preparation
and dedication. Each event takes, on average, 30 hours of preparation with a
mixture of emails, Skype, phone calls and face to face meetings. If you’re not
getting this then you’re not getting the same level of service.

if you want a wedding with real emotion, a DJ who cares about the success of your event, someone who will always try to overachieve and deliver more than they promise then please drop me a line.

tel 07866 222 733


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