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After the sound system was fixed the music played flawlessly for about an hour or so until it was time for the specialty dances.Apparently the songs weren’t in the correct order so the couple danced their first dance to the song that they chose for their cake cutting. I didn’t post this to scare you out of having an i Pod wedding, I just think you should hear some stories from the other side.Recent photos of a wedding DJ ceremony setup taken by the wedding DJ and MC and the wedding DJ assistant.For the wedding DJ ceremony setup we use the B-52 Matrix 600 PA system which includes a built-in 7-channel mixer/amplifier with additional Inputs for musicians, guitarists, etc., two 10″ 3-way satellite speakers on stands along with a wired mic, wireless mic, mic stand and a laptop computer using DJ software to play the bride and groom prelude, processional, ceremony and recessional musical selections.He’s also serving as sort of our wedding coordinator – he got married at the same venue as me which is a HUGE plus – he’s handling all our music for the ceremony, the cocktail hour, and for the reception – he’s bringing special lighting and doing all the announcements to keep the party rolling – introductions, cake cutting, etc.He will help coordinate with the videographer (also from his company) and our photographer (different vendor) to make sure everyone knows what’s happening when it’s happening which is really important to me as I want to make sure all the important parts get captured.We made each segment (cocktails, dinner, cake cutting, first dance, dancing etc) its own playlist and had a backup computer. So if you’re looking to get your party rock’n call Daniel Seny Mobile DJ to book your party today.We also chose additional slow and fast songs that we could speed things up or slow things down anytime we wanted. Our graduation party package includes our professional DJ setup with the right sound, lights and and emcee entertainment to keep your guests dancing, dancing and having a great time!!
At the same time, our budget is getting tight and I’m not sure what I’d wiggle around to make room for the DJ…1. We had about 50 guests and all enjoyed and complimented us on the music choice. If you really want a Wedding DJ go for it, or if you feel your guests won’t dance without one … It really depends on you and your hubby and your guests, I think. We are not having a Wedding DJ and doing an IPod playlist instead. He’s got an infectious personality and knows us so well. I know someone who had an i Pod reception and it didn’t go as planned.
This idea is fraught with peril, because a great event is more than simply gear and music.
It is the talent that a qualified professional brings to the event which matters most.
We use professional grade sound and audio equipment so that the wedding officiant, the “saying of the vows”, exchanging of the rings, etc can be heard throughout the ceremony area, no matter where your wedding guests are seated or standing.
Today, the trendy topic is DIY receptions which uses an ipod and a rented sound system instead of a professional wedding DJ.