Nothing beats hosting a party and seeing all of your friends in one place. But how do you go about it? With proper planning, appropriate food and music, a solid guest list, and a few activities, your party is sure to be a hit, and perhaps even a tradition!
When planning a wedding, keep in mind that your guests will be where the couple is. The guests will be on the dance floor if you are!
Don't try to control the timeline. (It will only cause you stress.) We need the order of events, but not necessarily the exact time for each. We'll contact your coordinator to ensure that everything runs smoothly.
If you have older guests, try not to seat them too close or directly in front of the speaker(s).
Don't put the DJ in an obscure location or a corner; the DJ should be easily visible and close to the dance floor so they can see it and get a sense of the crowd.
Keep in mind that darker is better when it comes to dance floor lighting. Dimmers are useful for chandeliers, cafe lighting, and other similar applications.
If you plan on having a bar or a photo booth at the event, please place it in the main room where the DJ will be. You want people to stay close to the dance floor at all times.
When selecting songs for your event, consider not only your own preferences, but also those of your guests.
You should always leave your guests wanting more. It is not your responsibility to keep your guests entertained until 2 a.m.
You don't have to go overboard when selecting music. Choose 20 or so songs you like and a few you don't, and we'll fill in the rest.
If you must make budget cuts, don't skimp on entertainment—it can make or break your event!