Booking DJ services
The flowers have to be just right, the décor must fit their personality and most importantly everyone has to have a good time. Unfortunately, 6 months after the reception is over nobody is going to remember what colors the flowers were or what kind of Champaign they had, but they are going to remember if they had fun! If you have been to a wedding or party where the entertainment was awesome, find out who the DJ was and book them. It is true that the music and food makes for a good P A R T Y !
We have all heard the nightmare stories about the DJ being late or not showing up, never speaking to the audience, playing inappropriate music or having equipment failure, ending the party prematurely. Obviously, you want to avoid these problems.
Remember, you want to choose the entertainment that offers the specific package that matches what you desire; be careful not to become a victim of a "swap meet" price war in which you become the casualty by not getting what you wanted.
Most professional companies rely on referral business and maintain a certain pricing standard. Many times it is worth those extra hundred bucks or so to insure you have a successful event.
TulsaWeddingDJ.Com- Feature Vendor/DJ:
TulsaWeddingDJ.Com is a local Tulsa based company who prides itself on serving its clients with the best service and equipment. We talked with Zach Downing and Paul Reedy who are the owners of the company. The main point that they stressed is that you need to find a company you are comfortable with. "There are some companies who have 15 or more DJ's who work part-time, for some clients they do not mind this." we asked them to elaborate on that. They said that with www.TulsaWeddingDJ.Com there are only Two DJ's who concentrate on one wedding a night each.
They feel this can improve the quality of the event and also offer a more personal service as you know who you will be dealing with at your wedding. They also stressed that the "overall comfort level should be established on that first phone call or meeting". Another good point is how well do they service your event after it is booked?
It is important to create a rapport with the DJ over the phone. Pay attention to their manner of speaking and attitude, their personality tends to spill over into their DJ style. How are they at returning phone calls? Were they prompt in sending the information you requested? What does their promotional materials look like? If you have that "feeling" in your gut someone is wrong for you, trust your instincts and move on. If you like them ... go on, book 'em.
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