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The value of your wedding DJ.

The myth is, all the Wedding DJ does is press a couple of buttons and he is done for the night. A Wedding DJ does more than just press a couple of buttons and has a lot of tasks at hand. Here we will explain 10 things where your wedding DJ brings value to the biggest day of your lives.

1. Music Selection: Choosing a variety of music that suits the couple's preferences and the mood of different parts of the wedding, such as the ceremony, cocktail hour, dinner, and dancing portion. We also start working on your playlist two weeks out to make sure we work around your playlist to make it a memorable night.

2. Equipment Setup and production: Setting up and testing our sound systems, microphones, speakers, and lighting to ensure everything is working properly for your wedding. I also have to remind couples that every wedding is a production. We are responsible to coordinate of our services and provide them accurately to match your timeline of events.

3. Announcements: Making announcements to guide guests through the schedule of events, such as the entrance of the couple, toasts, cake cutting, and more. We are in charge of creating the flow of the wedding while managing and guiding all your guests.

4. Smooth Transitions: Ensuring seamless transitions between different segments of the wedding, such as moving from cocktail hour to dinner, or from dinner to dancing. The flow of your wedding day is very important for us here in Pheniks Sound & Lighting Plus.

5. Reading the Crowd: Observing the crowd's reactions to different types of music and adjusting the playlist accordingly to keep the dance floor active.

6. Handling Requests: Taking song requests from the couple and guests and integrating them into the playlist if appropriate.

7. Maintaining the Atmosphere: Keeping the energy and atmosphere lively and engaging throughout the event by selecting the right songs and interacting with the guests.

8. Problem Solving: Addressing technical issues that may arise during the event, such as sound problems or equipment malfunctions.

9. Coordination: Collaborating with other vendors, such as the wedding planner and photographer, to ensure that events proceed smoothly and as planned.

10. Closing the Event: Concluding the event by playing a suitable closing song and helping to guide guests toward the exit.

Overall, your wedding DJ plays a crucial role in creating a memorable and enjoyable atmosphere for the couple and their guests on their special day. We take great pride in making sure we are super organized going into your big day to avoid any issues or assumptions. We believe when couples book their DJ company to focus more on being excited to have the DJ company because it matches their style and the outcome they can expect from such an experienced vendor more than just the price.

I have seen couples hire a DJ only based on price value and that DJ has single handedly ruined their wedding. We hope this helps you as you start looking for that DJ company who will give you a night to remember for the rest of your lives.

Pheniks Sound & Lighting Plus

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