Keep Your Guests Dancin All Night Long
When it comes to creating the perfect party atmosphere, having a professional DJ & MC is a must! Our DJ’s are seasoned entertainers and produce hundreds of weddings a year at the top local venues. They are the epitome of professionalism, receive rave reviews and have getting a crowd up and moving down to a science! Check out our tips for planning your wedding day jams.
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- Plan ahead! Don’t find yourself being introduced for the first time as husband and wife to a song you don’t even know or like! Our music checklist makes it easy for you to choose all your songs for everything from the first dance to the cake cutting.
- Choose music for the crowd. At The Pros, we allow you full control of your music. However, your personal playlist may not necessarily be appropriate for dancing and may not appeal to the variety of guests at your reception. So be sure to choose genres that will appeal to everyone and popular dance tunes!
- Trust the professional. Allow them to read the crowned and have some flexibility with the song choices. Give your DJ a sense of the type of music you like, genres you prefer and the type of crowd you expect. Our DJ’s have a huge selection of music that covers generations of songs and genres. Allowing the DJ some creative freedom also enables them to feel out and engage the crowd and keep them up and dancing.
- Don’t rely on a friend. Having a friend or family member man the DJ booth or relying on an iPod station for your wedding reception is risky business. This is a huge responsibility and can cause a lot of stress for all parties involved. Not to mention, nothing shuts down a dance floor like a lag in music, a technical glitch or an inappropriate song choice.
- Say yes to choreographed dances! Line dances, the congo line and dance offs are not a bad thing! No one wants to admit how much fun they are but it’s amazing how quickly that dance floor fills up when those classics start playing.
Image by: Ben D. , The Pros Weddings
Venue: Luciens Manor, NJ