The 3 Biggest Disasters in Wedding Reception DJ History
Guests are going to travel from all over the country to attend your wedding reception, some may even travel from other countries. It’s essential that your wedding DJ possess the experience needed to avoid disasters. The DJ entertainment you hire must be professional and reliable. The last thing you want is to have your special day ruined by picking the wrong DJ entertainment company.
Here’s what can happen at your wedding reception if the DJ entertainment you choose isn’t professional and experienced.
Wedding Reception DJ Disaster #1
Well this doesn’t appear to be at a wedding however if my equipment can perform at this level, I would only need about 10 minutes after the end of each event to pack up instead of the normal 30 minutes.
I hope he’s not training the two guys on the left…
Now, I know this is 2014 but I don’t think we’ve reached the point that mixers can operate without anything plugged into them. He certainly gets an A for effort. I think this is a legitimate candidate for “C’mon Man” on ESPN!!!
Wedding Reception DJ Disaster #2
Here is a real disaster. In radio, “dead air” is considered not good. The same goes for one of the most special moments you will enjoy as newlyweds, your first dance together as being married.
Check out this wedding reception DJ’s disaster…
The first dance is one of the main things you don’t want to have anything like this happens. Preparation is key to avoid a situation like this from happening.
Wedding Reception DJ Disaster #3
There’s over 15 minutes of video for this wedding DJ disaster so I’m not going to say much other than to just watch…
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Avoid these problems by working with an experienced DJ company.
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