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Hiring a DJ is much different than anything else you may be used to purchasing on a regular basis. If you can compare it to anything, perhaps it is like buying a good cup of coffee or a car. These are a couple items that you don’t want to buy over the phone when you are looking for the best fit. DJs are like brands of coffee. They all have…

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There is a lot of misinformation going around about how to audition a DJ, and frankly, we would like to give you the straight scoop once and for all. Whether or not you should visit a DJ at a wedding has been a long debated topic among DJs as well as brides. Common sense tells us that there is a simple answer. A DJ that openly invites you to visit…

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In the Twin Cities Metro area, Unlimited Time DJ packages have been becoming more widely available with many companies for the past few years. It sounds like a great deal, but what are you actually getting? And what is being skimped on or cut in order to offer such a deal? There are a lot of expenses for a mobile DJ company: equipment with maintenance and repair, lighting, music libraries,…

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Set the tone for your reception from the start, by choosing music that matches the mood and creates meaning for you and your wedding guests. Your selection of music will add to the party’s ambiance, so spend some time thinking about your favorite tunes and slowly build a list that brings back cherished memories, while creating new ones. During your grand march (bridal party introductions), why not choose a song…

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When it comes to weddings, the largely voted Most Sentimental Moment usually goes to the look on the groom’s face the first time he sees his bride walking down the aisle. However, there is another moment that comes in a very, very close second; the first dance. The song you choose for your first dance says a lot about you as a couple. Also, because music is such a powerful…

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A common trait of the typical wedding DJ is the misunderstanding that what they bring (their equipment) is more important than what they can do (their talent). This is most obvious when visiting their web site. Flashy pictures of their CD Players, laptop computers, speakers, light shows, microphones, mixers, amplifiers, or our favorite…cheesy pictures of themselves talking into their mics while their light show sparkles in the background. Did your…

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To set the mood, music should be playing when the first guest arrives and as guests are seated. The music choice is entirely yours, but most couples prefer a romantic mood and select a style that suits them—classical, jazz standards, recognizable love songs, wispy piano tunes or live music provided by our music partner Ned Kantar Productions. Parents of the bride and groom are last to be seated by the…

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It is a privilege, not a right, for guests to bring their children to a friend or family member’s wedding. You and your groom are free to decide whether or not to include children among your invited guests. Before making your decision, consider the feelings of your big and little guests, and then weigh some of the information and options listed here. Weddings, as seen through the eyes of small…

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After planning the date, finding the venue and arranging all of the other details needed for a great wedding, you may have thought about the last song you would like to have played at your reception. In my experience it can really put an exclamation point on the end of a terrific night. However, deciding the last song of the night before your wedding day has even arrived can be…

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Like many traditions, the bouquet and garter toss are slowly being replaced by more all-inclusive wedding reception activities. In the last five years, we have noted a decline in these long-standing traditions and estimate the frequency of bouquet and garter tosses to be approximately 50 percent. Whether you choose to include these traditions or “toss” them is completely up to you. Singling out the singles with bouquet and garter rituals…

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