I enjoy getting to know you. Your personality, style, and sense of humor. Those are the wonderful things that create an amazing, personalized event.
My roles are the Master of Ceremonies, coordinator, and DJ. I care about every aspect of your event, from start to finish. By getting in touch with every vendor, we make sure that we have the same purpose. I want to work with you to ensure a successful event because I care about you!
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I enjoy the smile on your face, the excitement in your eyes, and the laughter in your voice. There is no better feeling than celebrating life's most unforgettable moments.
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I get to know you. Your personality, style, and sense of humor. I use those aspects to personalise your wedding. Every detail is covered first , then we plan the fun stuff! Last thing is music. That is the soundtrack of your celebration and needs to bring it all together.
I am a graduate of:
The "Make it Grand" experience by Peter Merry
The "Entertainment Experience" by Bill Hermann
The "1% Workshop" by Randy Bartlett
I have attended various DJ Expos for the past 5 years.
I have different ranges depending on what I do.
Parties and dances that don't need a lot of planning range between $400 and $700, depending on times
Special Events need a little more planning, so they range between $600 and $1000
Weddings need a lot of planning, so they range between $1500 to $3000
I have always liked entertaining. The need for me to provide a different, better experience started 5 years ago and ever since, I have been on a journey to learn from the best so that I can better perform for my clients.
I have worked with people who loved being in the spotlight and those who would rather include everyone in their celebration. There have been customers who wanted delivery in a timely fashion and those who wanted to know that I paid attention to the details.
Everyone is different and experiences things in their own unique way. By getting to know you, I can deliver the experience in a way that best suits you.
Last November, I performed for a wedding. The venue was perfect, the decorations were beautiful, and the room was warm and inviting.
I introduced the wedding party while a totally banging song played. They all came in having the time of their lives and gathered in front of the sweetheart table.
All of the guests were encouraged to gather on either side of the room, forming an aisleway for my newlyweds. First, I told their Love Story and then introduced them.
They came bopping in the room with hands held high and the largest smiles on their faces. The roof exploded with applause and cheering, as everyone that they loved greeted them. The night was magical!
First, make sure they have a contract, a business license, and insurance.
Next, find out if they are serving you or themselves. Ask the tough questions and find out how far they are willing to go to create awesome for you.
How much thought are they putting into creating unique ideas? How much do they really care about the success of your event?
How much? That is the question that most inquiries start with. I understand that this will eventually need an answer.
There is a difference between a product and a service. Products, like laundry detergent, are everywhere but have different prices depending on where you shop. However, it is still the same product.
Services differ greatly between each company. For example, two lawn services. One cuts the grass and charges $20. That's it.
The other cares about you, your family, and your pets. They call to make sure the baby didn't just go down for a nap. They give you time to let the dog out. They arrive and cut the lawn using a bagger to collect the clippings. Then, they use a leaf blower to clean up the blades they missed. Now, the lawn looks neat and tidy afterward. They charge $75.
Which service would you choose?
How important is it to you?
Do you just want the lawn cut or do you want a company that cares about you?
That's the difference in service. The question should be: "Every DJ does the same thing. What makes you different from the others?" Once you have found the level of commitment that you're looking for, then you can ask "What does it cost to have that level of success?