SC Party DJ Blog
What a Beautiful wedding this past Saturday with Amanda and Chris.
The Wedding DJ & SC Party DJ provided ceremony and reception music
We had an awesome team of vendors: Paula Kay Photography, Bagatelle Caterers, Dr. Pam Cole (Minister), and View Point at Buckhorn Creek #greenvillewedding #yeahthatgreenville — at View Point at Buckhorn Creek.
Sometimes ceremonies and receptions are difficult to set up and take a lot of time and effort. This couple made it all worth while. From the time I arrived until the moment I left Melissa and Thomas and their family treated me like family. It was such a beautiful day by the lake. As a matter of fact someone even went for a swim which apparently is another family tradition. It was all caught on camera by Ashley Amber Photo.
What a great time we had Friday with the ZTA "Zombies" from Furman University. The Wedding DJ & SC Party DJ used 4 UV 60 lights to envelope an entire aircraft hanger in black light and made all the students glow in the dark, They had a great time and so did we.
On 10/25/15 Chauncey and Kimberly became the real Mr and Mrs Smith and it could not have been a more perfect day! With the mountains in the background and love in their eyes, this sweet couple tied the knot as their closest friends and family looked on. We are so excited to have been part of this blessed day!
Photography and this article by: Peter Togel Photography
Hello readers. Recently we entertained at a wedding and got stuck in a corner. I am a member of several other DJ forums and this seems to be an issue in the industry of Professional DJ's. When you are making out your seating charts for any event please consider where you put your professional DJ. The ideal location is directly in front of the dance floor and there are several reasons for this. You never want to put a table of guests between the dance floor and the Disc Jockey simply because the sound can be overwhelming. DJ's are trying to push the sound to the dance floor. Of course if there is someone in the family that you just hate then placing them in front of the DJ is acceptable. Secondly, the dance floor is usually the center of the room and since the DJ is also the Master of Ceremonies (Emcee or "MC") then it stands to reason that he or she should be out in front of the crowd not off to the side. Lastly, if the DJ is right at the edge of the dance floor then the speakers can be placed where the action is and while it is louder at the dance area - people can still talk at the tables but hear what is going on. You can still have your head table in the center if needed, just consider putting the dance floor and the DJ off to the side if you do so. As always we would love to hear your thoughts and comments on this topic. Thanks for Reading. The Wedding DJ & SC Party DJ of Greenville, SC.