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Wedding Entertainment and Music Basics


While planning your big day, there are a number of things that you will want to keep in mind as you look for wedding entertainment and music. Whether you are thinking of hiring a DJ or a band, you need to decide just what kind of atmosphere that you would like to create for your guests to walk into. Once you know the vibe that you are looking for, you can then begin the process of building the perfect mixture of music and entertainment to set the tone for your special day.

One of the best possible ways to get an idea of the quality of any band or DJ is by being able to see them perform in person. While you are engaged and planning your wedding, take note of any entertainers that you have seen at another wedding or event. Maybe you have witnessed a great DJ first hand who interacts with the crowd or you have been to a benefit dance where the band kept the people out on the dance floor all night long. These are perfect opportunities to grab a business card so that you can hopefully snag up these services for the time that your wedding rolls around.

However, if you are not lucky enough to fall in love with wedding entertainment and music at a previous engagement, you are going to need a little bit of help during your quest. Often times, friends or family members will have some good recommendations that they can give you in terms of a band, DJ, solo singer, harpist, or string quartet that they know or have seen at another wedding. There are also plenty of wedding and bridal shows that take place during off seasons when you can gather up all sorts of contact information for wedding entertainment and music providers.

As you plan out the music or entertainment for your wedding, be sure that you take the venue into consideration. Often times, a couple will make the mistake of having a low key musical option in a large venue where the sound tends to get lost. By the same token, you don't really want to set up a rock band with lighting inside a smaller, intimate venue. Talk with potential DJs or bands about the amount of equipment that they will need to bring with them for your affair.

Timing is always key as you book your wedding entertainment and/or music. Be sure that you take into account the length of time that you have rented your wedding reception venue. This will give you an idea of the timeframe that you need to hire a DJ for. If you employ a band for the evening celebration, talk with them about their potential set length and then you can decide what to do if there will be breaks in between. The last thing you want is any period of time where your guests are left without music.

All in all, there are plenty of options to choose from in terms of wedding entertainment and music. You simply have to find the best possible fit for your ideas as well as your budget.