Who’s The Boss…..at a Wedding???

Who’s the boss when it comes to your Wedding Reception in Las Vegas? Is it the Bride and Groom??? The mom???? The Maid of Honor???? The Bride’s sister???? The Venue????? It can sometimes be confusing for a DJ when a half dozen different personalities rush into the DJ area during an event firing demands off […]

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Smoking at Weddings

Lots to consider when planning a Wedding; what venue to choose, what menu items, bar package, décor etc. Your tastes and desires should be fulfilled, but so should the desires and pleasures of your guests. We recommend you not enforce your personal inhibitions or distastes on your guests. If your guests smoke and drink alcohol […]

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When the Guests Leave Early

Unless your Wedding Guests all came in a Party Bus together, there may be cases where your family will leave your Las Vegas Wedding Reception early. The reasons could be many; some personal, some not. We have heard of cases where the family “blames the DJ” as a reason for guests wanting to leave sooner […]

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10 Ways to Have a Great Time At Your Wedding Reception

Being a Wedding DJ in Las Vegas gives us access to all the Wedding Venues of Las Vegas. We get to see families rich and poor, elegant weddings, self-proclaimed “Redneck Weddings”, American, European, very young couples, older couples and more. Below, please see our list of the Top 10 Ways to Have a Great Time […]

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Giving the Toast……

Giving the toast at a Wedding is a big deal. It is the moment of recognition and acceptance of your marriage by family and friends. The toast is usually given by the Best Man and Maid of Honor after dinner, but may also be given by siblings, parents, best friends etc. Some families do “multiple […]

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Should I Get Open Bar????

One question you will face when planning a Wedding Reception in Las Vegas is should I get Open Bar (or more discreetly referred to as Hosted Bar.) Simply defined, will you buy the drinks for your guests at your Wedding Reception or will they buy their own. I can tell you first hand; parties with […]

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Wedding DJ Prices

In a world full of explosive technology, money goes fast. More and more of our dollars go to fancy cell phones, high speed computers and HD Cable TV which may leave less money for Entertainment, Fancy Vacations, Extravagant Weddings (or tips!!!! Ha. Ha.) For many situations in our life, we always look for “the cheapest.” […]

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What Makes a Great DJ???

To put it simply, what makes a DJ great is having the ability to pick the right music at the right time. Young Club DJs in Las Vegas will tell you something different, but take it from someone that is a musician and someone that studies human behavior. Very few people can go full throttle […]

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Ask your guests to only use their cellphones to take pictures. Wedding guests playing on smartphones is a sad sight. Mingle instead.
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Brides. Contact Officiant in advance to review your vows and ceremony scripts so you will have a good feel for the order to calm uncertainty
- Monday Oct 21 - 12:35am

Brides. Practice cake cutting, poses and feeding each other in advance to ensure better wedding pics on your Wedding Day. Do everything slow
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Why have a DJ/Emcee?

Many families are opting to bring their iPod instead of hiring a Wedding DJ. Click below to find out why this is a bad idea:

Club DJ vs Wedding DJ

Does your DJ really know how to do Weddings? We do. Learn the difference between a club DJ and a Wedding DJ below.