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Welcome to your Wedding Party Planner!

 

Before you proceed with your form, we have provided some useful information below for you to consider for your wedding reception. Click here to take a look.

*DO NOT COMPLETE YOUR PLANNER UNTIL YOU HAVE ALL THE INFORMATION*

 

 

Useful information before completing your Wedding Party Planner!

 

When providing a DJ playlist for your wedding, there are several factors to consider to ensure that the music sets the right tone and creates a memorable experience for you and your guests. Here are some key considerations:

  • Personal preferences: Think about the music genres, artists, and songs that you and your partner enjoy the most. Your wedding playlist should reflect your taste and create a soundtrack that resonates with both of you.

  • Wedding theme and atmosphere: Consider the overall theme and atmosphere of your wedding reception. Is it a formal affair or a more relaxed and casual event? The music should complement the ambience you're trying to create.

  • Guest demographics: Take into account the age range and musical preferences of your guests. While it's important to include your favourite songs, ensure there is a good mix of music that appeals to different generations. This will keep everyone entertained and encourage participation on the dance floor.

  • Must-play and do-not-play songs: Make a list of must-play songs that are special to you and your partner. These could include your first dance song, songs that hold sentimental value, or tracks that are significant in your relationship. Also, communicate any songs or genres that you'd prefer to avoid during the wedding reception.

  • Transition and flow: Consider the flow of the evening and plan your playlist accordingly. For example, start with softer, background music during the earlier part of the evening, gradually transitioning to more energetic tracks for dancing later in the evening. The DJ will be able to read the crowd and adjust and add to the playlist as needed.

  • DJ's expertise: You have hired an experienced wedding DJ who understands the flow of a wedding reception and knows how to create a great atmosphere. Discuss your preferences and share your playlist with the DJ, but also be open to their suggestions and expertise.

  • Special moments: Consider the key moments of your wedding reception, such as cake cutting, bouquet toss, and any other special dances or rituals. Plan specific songs for these moments to make them even more memorable.

  • Song requests: Provide an opportunity for your guests to request songs in advance. This can be done through your wedding website or RSVP cards. It allows guests to feel involved and ensures that the DJ has a sense of the music they would enjoy.

  • Remember: Communicate your preferences and vision clearly on your planner to ensure the DJ understands your expectations. 

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