Published at Friday, September 27th, 2019 - 02:30:09 AM. Wedding. By Claire Bailly.
Any professional DJ/MC should be able to provide you with a list of recent referrals not just one or two, but seven to ten. Call those referrals. You should get similar feedback from each of them. Ask if the DJ/MC went above the call of duty in any way and how they helped make your event a success. For example, at one of my events, the event coordinator at the facility became ill right before the reception started. I quietly filled in and took over unbeknownst to the bride and groom, who had no idea what had happened until after the event was over.
Before you reject those so-called cheesy group dances like the Chicken Dance or Hokey Pokey, remember that these dances may be the only opportunity some of your guests will have to get on the dance floor and have some fun. These specialty dances are frequently requested, are very popular with your youngest guests and often create some of the most memorable moments. These dances may not be at the top of your list, but let the DJ play them if your guests so request.
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