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The Universal Package is priced at only $2,500 for next year's weddings, for a limited time only! See our pricing chart for more details and comparisons to other packages.
We at MicDrop Productions have been doing sound for ceremonies for several years now. Here are 7 best practices for ceremony sound.
1. We set up a wireless speaker on a tripod about 20-50 feet away from the ceremony staging area (see far below). Seating music usually begins around 30 minutes before the start of the ceremony. Around this time, it is best to meet up with the officiant to place the lapel microphone on their collar area and do a sound check, anywhere between 20-30 minutes before start time.
2. The lapel mic transmitter that we use can be turned on by pressing the tiny black button on top (next to antenna), touching it firmly for a half second. The device is on when the screen shows blue numbers "902.0" and other markings. It can be turned off, with the same button (a quarter second press) and the screen will go back to all black. We suggest turning on the mic the moment the ceremony begins.
Pictured is the microphone box. On the left is the transmitter. In the center is the receiver that goes with the speaker. On the right is an over-ear headset mic, which we replace with the included collar lapel mic option.
3. The officiant should already know if they are entering first by themselves or entering with the groom. The sound tech (DJ) will need to know if the entry point of the officiant marks the start of the ceremony, or if it is the ending of the seating music period. Sometimes, the officiant makes an introductory announcements/requests to the audience and then stands aside, or sometimes the officiant makes such comments just immediately prior to the processionals and start of ceremony.
4. The officiant typically has the bride and groom standing close by to him/herself. It's best not to allow the bride and groom to stand more than an arms length away, about 24-28 inches, so that the lapel microphone can pick up the words spoken by the bride and groom. Often times, the bride and groom's vows are being repeated from what the officiant says, so it's loud and clear what the officiant says and the repeated words are less audible to the audience. If the vows are customized and "live" and being read by the groom/bride from a piece of paper, it maybe be necessary to have the officiant place their lapel mic onto their binder so it's even closer to the groom/bride. Be sure to have the guests stand upon the bride entering!
5. It's important not to have dead-air during the ceremony, and someone is usually talking (or singing). However, if there are 1-3 minutes for a sand pouring, soil & tree potting, unity candle lighting, etc. then consider adding a special song track to be played during that time to avoid any long silences.
6. When it's time to conclude the ceremony, the officiant typically does 3 things: 1) makes a pronouncement of "husband and wife", etc, 2) then invites a newlywed kiss, and 3) the presentation of the newly-named married couple to the audience. It is suggested that when these 3 things have happened, then this is the exact moment for the recessional song to begin playing, the audience will cheer, and the couple will make their way back down the center aisle. An upbeat song is recommended to be selected by the couple.
7. Finally, the officiant typically makes an announcement for how guests will be dismissed and where & when the cocktail hour begins. Sometimes, cocktails and appetizers are served in a third space that is not the reception room. If so, then we typically move the ceremony speaker and music to that nearby area if it's not convenient to use the main DJ speakers. Of course, the officiant needs to bring the lapel mic back to the DJ when able.
Please consult with Nate on what music and song selections are best for your wedding ceremony. Keep in mind, if a lot of family will be ushered in as part of the ceremony, then they may get their own song, as would the wedding party. Sometimes, the groom and officiant come in to the same song as other family members. For further tips on where everyone should stand or enter during the ceremony, just ask. Also keep in mind if wind can knock over decoration items, these should all be double-checked just before start time. We look forward to working with you!
Pictured is a typical ceremony setup: Behringer MPA40BT self-powered speaker, tripod, speaker bag, bluetooth tablet, wedding documents, wireless lapel mic receiver and tiny table.
There is a ton of cool music out there that never will make (or never has made) it onto Top 40 or Hot 100 lists. Sometimes, a client will want a certain style of music that is not as familiar to their crowd at the wedding/event or perhaps not as familiar to the DJ/MC. When the DJ or the crowd have other ideas of what the dance floor should sound like, you may need to pay a little more to ensure you get the songs you want, depending on the DJ package you select.
Certain packages limit how many must-play songs you get. For example, the party or Star Lite packages offer 10 and 25 respectively. This may be just 1-2 hours of music, with the remainder of time up to the discretion of the DJ and influence of the crowd, or strongest personalities in the room. If you have a strong taste in music make sure you see how much creative control your package allows.
For example, Dana and Terry are having a wedding reception with a Star Lite package, but planning a longer guest-list. Dana likes alt pop and alt rock and does not like typical music played at weddings. Terry isn't too picky on music whatsoever, and more familiar with Top 40 and classic music but fine with whatever their partner and friends like the most. The crowd represents an even mix of several preferences and age groups. Terry's mother also has a strong taste in music and wants to dance with her friends and family quite a bit. Terry doesn't want to dance much anyway, nor do most of the wedding party. Dana is the one who booked and made payment for the DJ service, and she doesn't want her mother-in-law or the groom's side of the family to ruin the vibe she's going for by playing too much of Journey, Air Supply, AC/DC, Tesla, Prince, etc. Some of the uncles are know for submitting 5 or 10 such song requests and loves the Rolling Stone and Beatles. So if Dana wants more control so that 50-75 songs in her style are played during the course of ceremony seating, cocktails, dinner and dance floor (lets say 80% of the 5-7 hours), then a line-item upgrade is in order for this part of the DJ package.
But to modify the scenario, the crowd is not too big, and a majority of the crowd also enjoy alt pop and alt rock. In fact, the DJ is also very familiar with the alternative styles of music. In this second case, a creative control "additional must-play songs" add-on fee is not really necessary.
Modifying the case one more time, let's say the DJ is not as familiar with alternative music nor the latest new alternative hits from the last few years. They cannot even name off-the-cuff any bands or songs by title, but they like the vibe the client is going for. It will take 2-5 hours of listening to a long list of songs to get a handle on them and be able to really rock-out the party. In this case, it would be required for a party or Star Lite package to upgrade the "must-play" songs option. I (Nate) once had a bride who emailed me a Spotify link to an 11 hours playlist of R&B music which took me many hours to comb thru. Then, with 2 hours left at her reception, she told me to dump her list and go with whatever the crowd wanted because it was obvious some of their requests were working fantastic! Plus, you can tag certain songs in your Vibo app as "must play" with the little crown icon, just to be clear what your absolute favorite songs are.
In conclusion, some weddings are a lot more difficult to keep a crowd dancing if the wedding couple's style is very different from the crowd's preferences. We will always try to cater to the client, and to the crowd when able, and take seriously the exact package and customizations that the client has purchased. Keep in mind, it's always nice to build in time for their mothers-in-law to have a good time too. Please see the details noted on your price quote document and talk with us (Nate) before signing your contract. See how each package compares on the pricing chart available at www.micdropDJ.com/pricing .
Let's bring the boom to the room!
From casual games with friends to large professional events, our platform will provide hours of fun. It's a quick and easy setup for the MC. Up to 30 players can participate. Players simply listen and dab. Here is how it works:
Choose a playlist
With a laptop computer, we select a playlist based on the MC or host's preferences. Popular genres are pop, rock, hip-hop, country, and more. They more hype the crowd the better.
Provide players a code
Players can play on any device with a web browser. Bingo cards are automatically created for each player as they join online. We control the game lobby and admit players into the game. No need to download or pay for anything.
Play the game
Players tap songs on their cards as they hear them. The software keeps track of what songs are played. When a hopeful winner calls bingo, the app will verify and congratulate them (or playfully shame them). The host can have prizes for the winners.
Ready to go? Book a MicDrop DJ for a party package!
There are no two weddings that are exactly the same. Based on number of guests, size of room, flow of the evening, the vibe in the room, preferred music styles, potential hiccups along the way, and the amount of featured activities. Below are common activities seen at weddings, but you may come up with another special activity, game or dance.
16 common wedding activities include:
You can include all 16 of the above activities with our 5 Star, Galaxy, or Celestial wedding packages. Or swap create your own. At weddings we do not offer karaoke or music bingo. To view the very basics of our wedding packages, go to our website at www.micdropDJ.com/weddingDJ.html and request a detailed quote. Or to schedule a call or meeting, please go to www.tinyurl.com/micdropDJappt and grab an open time slot.
Thanks for considering MicDrop Productions!
We've been to a lot of venues in northwest Ohio (and now booking in central Indiana as well). Definitely, well over 100 venues in total, but not all of them were official "wedding venues" of course. Sometimes a venue is particular difficult to work at due to several different factors such as: a very long distance to the DJ area from the nearest unloading spot, having to take equipment up or down flights of stairs, slim elevators, tiny spaces with hardly any room to setup speakers and lights, etc.
Unless booking a Galaxy or Celestial Package, such a venue requires a $50 fee due to the more difficult nature and time it takes to get in and out. Here is our list of several such places...(in alphabetical order).
This list is no reflection on the quality of venue or management. Every one of these venues had great clients and guests. We look forward to working with you wherever your venue may be! Check out our DJ services and pricing info posted on our website.
We are excited to announce the new launch of Vibo at MicDrop Productions, the industry leading web-based phone app for planning your events and music!
What is This Music App?
Vibo DJ is one of the fastest growing companies in its field and as of 2020 we are excited to announce a partnership with Higher Ground Entertainment!
Founded in 2014 by an Israeli DJ, the app provides an incredibly simple, but powerful, easy to use interface that will help you save time and have fun while planning your wedding, social, or corporate event.
How to Use The App To Plan Your Event
First things first, follow the link you were sent when you booked us to download the app to your Apple or Android device. (It works slightly differently on a google phone.) You will be directed to a unique page that has been set up specifically for your event.
Go ahead and change the default photo to one of you and your fiancée (or the guest of honor, corporate logo, etc).
Of course, you can always scroll down to Edit Event if you need to make any changes to your event details, like the event date, venue, and start/end times. Here are the three main things to remember about your app:
For now, head over to the Timeline | Music section. Here you will find the default timeline your DJ or entertainer has created for your event.
As an event host, you have permission to edit any event sections if you feel so inclined. Otherwise you can leave the flow as is for now and revisit the specific timing closer to your event date when you meet with your DJ.
Each section of the timeline will show you a preview of what song(s), or how many, are inside. Sections can slide up or down to re-order them. You can also edit the exact timing of many sections by selecting the clock symbol on the lower left corner.
Select any section to take a closer look inside and start adding music (of course, yours will be blank at first). Answer any questions that are listed there.
Import & Add Music
To add a song, simply select + Add Songs blue button and begin searching!
Our database will find any song or remix on Spotify, Apple Music and/or YouTube. In other words, our database will find any song.
Are you a Spotify user? Perhaps you already have a playlist going? No problem. Easily connect to your Spotify account to import your own playlists, just make sure they are public first.
If you are feeling stuck and need a boost, simply scroll down to check out our own recommendations based on your event and the specific timeline section.
Note: Remember, when you choose songs on our app you aren't just curating a playlist, your are communicating your personal style to your DJ! That being said, take your time and have fun!
Once you find the right song, you can easily add a comment about it, mark it as a 'must play' or do not play, or even move it to another section.
Invite Your Guests
Now that you have the hang of it, head back to your event page to start inviting guests to make requests of their own and upvote what has already been requested. That way, the DJ can see what will likely get the dance floor hoppin'!
And if the thought of inviting others to help select the music makes you nervous, don't worry! You hired a professional, not a jukebox. This app is simply another great tool your entertainer can use to help craft the perfect night for you and your loved guests. (Note: there may be some limitations on how many songs can be added.)
How The App Makes Your Life Easy
At the end of the day, everything we do is designed to help personalize and customize your event. This app provides a streamlined hub for all of our music communication and planning so that nothing slips through the cracks. Hopefully, it can also provide you some inspiration through our song recommendations. Or the next time you hear a song on the radio that you absolutely love and want to hear at your event, simply open the app and add it in seconds. (SoundHound also helps with identifying songs, if you do not know the artist or title.) Finally, it can help you invite your whole crew to get in on the playlist curation.
Music planning made simple. Now let's bring the boom to your room!
For any aspiring DJ's out there, here are several tips for running a solid DJ business.
1. Know what’s at stake
Every gig is a big gig. It’s easy to slip into the mistake of perceiving a gig in light of its paycheck, but it is utterly critical to remember that every single gig is an audition for those attending. No matter how small a gig seems it's impossible to know how much value the gig can create for you later; so make sure to go into every gig with your best self. Your customer service skills and personality make a big difference in how you are perceived as a DJ and MC so always prepare yourself for a healthy level of expectation.
2. Have the full itinerary in mind
Show up with a very clear view in your head of the entire event. This approach allows for maximum flexibility and maneuverability because you already know the entire night’s plan and can restructure on the fly. Take the time to thoroughly discuss all the details with the clients one or two weeks before the event date and look at it several times before going. The event should be covered with sound 100% of the time. Never, ever let there be long awkward silences between songs or speeches. It's the DJ's job to keep the sound and music going every moment possible.
3. Arrive early and add time for the unknown
Never plan to arrive at an event with just enough time unless it is completely out of your control, instead you should factor in time for road closures, missed turns, equipment failures, locking your equipment in the car, and anything else that can go wrong in a night. A bit of time wasted is one thing, but arriving late or having a missing piece of equipment is tragic so add some extra time to your transit. Have a back-up person in place who can assist you in a pinch. This sort of forward thinking and planning is what differentiates any ol’ DJ from a Homerun DJ.
4. Do a venue walk through
The first thing any DJ should do as soon as they arrive at a venue, before even pulling out any equipment, is do a thorough walkthrough of the available space and the floorplan. Take note of where the outlets are, how it's easiest to move through the room, the path the wedding party will take during the grand entrance, etc. You might discover that some tables need moved, or that there is a closer entry door for all your equipment than you expected. Even better, meet the venue manager or owner, and it might take your professionalism even higher to be in touch with the venue weeks before the event date.
5. Dress to impress, but not to stand out
This is a hard mark to hit, but it’s a very important step of learning how to take your spot in a night’s events. The way you dress is a reflection of your self confidence, and to your clients, a reflection of your skill and professionalism; so you should absolutely be dressed well, remember overdressing is better than underdressing but it is also just as easy to make the mistake of being out of place. The clothes you wear need to match the style and level of dress of the event that you are attending. A suit may be perfect for a wedding but for a party in a barn it's not just overdressed, it is being dressed wrong. So when in doubt move a level up but make sure it still fits the event, and you’re able to take off a coat or tie later.
6. Make sure the client is paid up before the event starts
One of the hardest hits to any DJ, big or small, is the first time they do an event before the client has paid, based on trust, then end up getting stiffed after. This was my experience at my second wedding, after being hired last minute because another DJ “backed out” (probably for not getting paid anything yet). So take it from those who know better; be careful about doing an event just on trust of being paid at or after the event. At the minimum, require payment in full before you set up equipment (if they do not have electronic payment capabilities).
7. Inform the wedding party and vendors
You may think that the wedding party, photographer, caterer, and venue manager will know just as much as you, but that is often not the case. It’s better to be ready to share with VIPs or vendors a solid run through of the night’s events and make sure you know exactly when the bride wants different portions of the night to be announced. Have extra copies of the event plan. This is how you can actually be a great wedding MC and event planner, not just a DJ.
8. Get Good Gear
Plenty of guys want to be DJs and start out with small or cheap gear. But the equipment sets the tone for your longevity. Literally. If the speakers cannot push clean and clear sound at a loud level to fill all kinds of room sizes, you’re going to have a problem convincing anyone to say positive things about your DJ business for long. You don’t need the top brands, but you definitely don’t want the cheapest things you can find either. It will come back to haunt you. This goes for a good wireless mic too. It needs to project speeches perfectly or else it looks bad on you - no one else. Dance lighting also needs to adequately fill a dance floor, if not the entire room, when the lights are low, without being annoying. A professional DJ knows how to create the perfect party that sounds, looks and feels great. When combined with good catering, people are sure to walk away happy!
9. Play to the crowd
A big part of working as a DJ is having an eagle's eye for body language and facial changes. If a song is playing and you notice people looking tired and their dancing changing that might key you in that the song has been going just a bit too long. So it may be time to fade into a new song. Remember you are here for them not for you. Receive all requests with respect, and let them know what you can do. Sometimes, the client has a “do not play” list. Especially at weddings, the audience wants to hear familiar tunes. Slick mixing, editing and effects are not as important as playing the right kind of music that your crowd already enjoys.
10. Know your music
It almost goes without saying that knowing music is key - lots of genres and top tracks in lots of decades. It could take years to know thousands of songs by memory and know how to use them effectively. Songs have a certain beat and vibes to them and it’s critical to shift those vibes somewhat gradually rather than all at once, because when those changes are too fast it really creates a disconnect in the party between what was happening and what is happening. Instead, you want those two moments to flow together perfectly and really make the whole night flow like a river. So take the time to listen to all the music you plan to play, know the names, artist, and even album cover art and be able to put them together in your head without needing to sample them.
11. Have fun
It feels like a silly thing to remind people of, but it's so true! The event is not for you but it would be a mistake not to enjoy your time there. Remember, being a DJ should not just be a job like working at a store but a passion. Your hype and mood creates energy in the room too. So remember to have fun, dance a little behind the booth, laugh, take some pics or videos, and show what an amazing a job you are capable of through your own body language. People will pick up on that energy you are putting out and feel themselves drawn into the music you are playing, making the night all the more memorable.
These are 11 ways you can ensure to hit a grand slam just like the Atlanta Braves did in their championship baseball season that just ended a few nights ago. I hope you enjoyed the read!
Below is a list of a few preliminary items you may want to begin considering after you book your DJ company. You do NOT need to send us any of this information with a deposit.
If you have already completed your DJ booking, we look forward to working with you!!
UPDATE January 13, 2022
Standby for access to your online event planning app. Read out new blog post HERE.
Here are several things a DJ or other vendors could find very helpful before arrive to setup at a brand new venue. Of course, some of these items will be determined by the client's chosen floor plan, and not all questions below apply to all vendors.
It's been a long year of COVID-19 restrictions. 11 months to be exact. Restaurants closed, schools closed, limited access to hospitals, face masks required everywhere, wedding reception dancing prohibited, and the list goes on. Last spring, we had to cancel or postpone 12 events and weddings. This past fall 2020, there were definitely many more people that I knew or heard of locally that had tested positive. But, alas, there is light ahead. Look at the below statistics in our part of Ohio. In Hancock county, as of today there are zero cases reported. So let's be grateful that this year may be wedding-cancel free (crossing fingers).
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Over the past few years, I've been fortunate to work gigs in most of the event and wedding venues in the area. Here are my personal favorites in Findlay, in alphabetical order.
Barn at Walnut Creek
Findlay Country Club
Hilton Garden Inn
Marathon Performing Arts Center
Old Mill Stream Centre
Scarlet Oaks Estate - www.scarletoaksestate.com
Country Memories - www.countrymemoriesrental.com
The Jones Mansion - www.facebook.com/The-Jones-Mansion-268602033177948
Litzenburg Memorial Woods - www.hancockparks.com/facility-reservations
The Findlay Social - www.facebook.com/rjnelson07061961
Do you have a recommendation of a venue? Please leave a comment below.
Up til now, the year had so far been very good based on how many bookings we have in 2020 as compared to last year. As of early March, I had surpassed my wedding bookings # that I had for the entire year of 2019. However, the past week or so has been very quiet due to the COVID pandemic. A few weddings have been forced to reschedule by the venue managers. And the spring wedding expo has also been rescheduled for Sunday, June 6. We are currently adding to our staff of DJs and MCs, and eagerly anticipating the allowance of public events and gatherings, hopefully by mid-May!
UPDATE: we started back up with wedding the last Saturday of June 2020.
1) Submit your information on our contact page such as date, kind of event, estimated times, what kind of experience you're looking for, etc.
2) Select your package options from our pricing chart. This form is emailed to you as soon as you complete the first questionnaire form on our website. You can also click on the contract to read thru the details.
3) Schedule your first consultation if you would like to discuss your options. We can meet by phone or in person. You can find a time slot to call or meet on the email sent or on our contact page. This can also occur after booking.
4) Sign the digital contract after you accept your price quote. Be sure to read our policies first. Once signed an invoice will be send and a first payment will be due.
5) Send your deposit within a week after receiving your invoice. Once, we receive the payment you will get a receipt by email.
6) Complete the final planning details with plenty of time before your event. This will be sent 90 days prior to your event (or less).
7) Schedule your final consultation to occur within two weeks of your event. Texting will be best to make final confirmation of any meetings. Your final payment is due prior to the event date.
8) Following the event please sent us any comments or online review of your experience!
Often times, the hired DJ is also the MC at a wedding reception or event. But these are actually two very different roles. A great DJ does not equal a great MC (master of ceremonies). A wedding reception requires a MC who can also DJ. Later in the evening, the wedding dance party requires a DJ who can also MC.
Let's break these down a bit. The role of MC requires a lot of microphone usage, event planning skills, understanding of timing, reading the client's needs, keeping the event on schedule, flexibility, and a strong stage presence. The role of DJ can vary from a skilled turntablist or open format DJ who is energized and dancey to someone who just plays thru a prescribed set list with a laptop and iTunes while seated behind a table. I've seen both. A great DJ knows lots of styles of music genres and lots of decades of each, and offers well thought out musical entertainment. But a great MC knows how to engage a crowd, move amongst the crowd, be in the right spot before, during and after the ceremony and reception, and fit in well with the bridesmaids and groomsmen, sometimes step in where needed to make the event better, and make the bride and groom the center of the attention. The MC kicks off the reception with a bang from the first moment and runs the plan efficiently, tactfully and happily. Then, the bride & groom and wedding party can totally enjoy the night themselves and not worry about anything.
While the DJ is the one most often hired, not all DJ's are competent to MC well. When the dance party is over, people often forget to mention how well the reception itself ran between all the elements from start to finish. It's the MC who sets the stage for a fun evening of music, dancing and celebration while providing excellent customer service.
Contact us today to find your next professional DJ/MC!
MicDrop is a relatively young company, with a beyond BIG potential. The amount of momentum we have this early in 2019 is humongous compared to last year. Our staff is growing and we will all be on hand to meet you in a public venue this Sunday!
Here are 13 Tips For attending a bridal show according to WeddingWire. The full article is linked HERE with plenty of links therein.
We are excited to meet some prospective brides this weekend at the Courier Bridal Expo in Findlay! More info at www.courierbridal.com.
Is it possible to be a professional at parties? ABSOLUTELY! Event planners make a living at meticulously planning your event with flowers, decor, table settings, and intinerary. However, the one thing that seems to be overlooked is what goes on in the transitions and establishing the general vibe of the room.
Picture this...Your wedding ceremony is finished, and it is time to get to the celebration of the day. You and your newly wed spouse walk into the room and no one even notices it?! The entire wedding party sits at the head table and then people realize they missed the entry. There is an awkward moment of silence and then an even more awkward “do we eat now?” feeling in the air.
Now, picture this...The ceremony is over and you and your newly wed spouse are waiting to enter the room. A well thought-out music list is playing in the background to add ambience to the reception space. Lights are dim and a light illuminates your entryway when the cue is given.
The music changes and the DJ/MC is ready to announce the wedding party pair by pair. Everyone stands and applauds as the wedding party struts into the room and makes their way to the head table. There is another shift in music and you know the big moment has arrived to emerge into the room and make your appearance as a newlywed couple. The DJ/MC announces both you and your spouse to the crowd with a giant voice. You enter the door and your reception is amazing! All of your loved ones applaud as you make your way to the head table to have a seat, or to the dance floor to display your coolest dance moves together.
You look around the reception area as you walk. The head table is back lit and fore lit with the closely matching the colors of your wedding, the cake is elegantly highlighted with downlighting from the DJ’s light rig, and the dance floor area shines with your pre-designed wedding logo. It’s so perfect it’s almost magical! Who made this happen?
At MicDrop Productions, we are more than just DJ’s. Our team meticulously plans out the minor details with you before we even get to the big day. We want to partner with you to help you plan out every moment and make the celebration of your perfect day just as magical as your wedding ceremony.
You spend months planning out all the details of your wedding, so your reception party is where you should be able to relax and enjoy your new life as a couple. For that matter, you want to remember the special dances with just the right lighting so the photos capture the special time forever. Carefully planned full-room lighting can highlight and prepare areas for photos that you may not think of like the cake cutting photo, father daughter dance, mother son dance, the shoe game, garter and bouquet toss, all accomplished while adding a degree of sophistication and flare to your special day.
Nowadays, it seems that anyone with a Spotify account and a couple of speakers can say they're a DJ. But wouldn’t you want a crew that thinks through all the possible nuances of your wedding day, and offers you all the options you may not have thought about? Experience your favorite life soundtrack with a MicDrop DJ, and experience how MicDrop Productions can bring the boom to your room!
What's so hilarious about this? Is it the ill-timed use of the equipment? Is it how bored he looks? Can't dance? Wait a second...what the world....the equipment is not even plugged in?! There are zero chord and cables connected to this unit :0 --- Good job TV Producers :)
How much should you be paying for a quality DJ service at your event? Sure, some DJ's only charge a few hundred dollars for a wedding. They think earning some money is better than none; undercut the competition, keep costs very low, and win the job. On the other hand, the best-of-the-best in America charge well over $2,000 for a wedding event.
So what's the difference? A lot of things contribute to a solid price quoting process. Take these 10 factors into consideration:
This list in not exhaustive. But you get the idea. At the end of the day, you will have to take time for your due diligence and investigation, and set up a budget you can live with.
If you're in the market for a wedding DJ, please look at our page www.micdropDJ.com/weddingDJ or our home page for social media links, etc. We would love to partner with you at your event!
-Nate / DJ MicDrop
I'm excited to roll out my new video promo that I produced. It features clips from several of the events I've done since last May 2018. Enjoy!
Founder, Nate Stults