If you’re planning a wedding in California or Arizona, you probably already have a DJ, so it might make sense to find one at the venue you’re renting.
Here are seven ways to find the perfect DJ for your wedding.1.
Find the DJ’s name.
In most cases, you’ll find DJ’s names in the DJ listings.
If you need to find out more about the DJ, you can always go to the DJ website.2.
Know what you’re paying.
The more expensive a DJ is, the more expensive he or she will charge for the service.
If the DJ is charging you $400 to $600 a month, it means the DJ doesn’t really care about what you want, and the services you want are going to be much more expensive than you’re being charged.3.
Check the rental fee.
In the past, you might have seen prices listed for DJs.
But, in 2018, many people have moved on to a more cost-effective way to rent DJs, like a rental agency or a website.
Renting a DJ at these places typically requires an additional fee, and it varies depending on the rental agency.
If it’s not listed, you should ask the person to help you find out what the fee is.4.
If possible, find a DJ that you know.
If there are no listings for the DJ in your area, check out the DJ site.
If that doesn’t work, look for a DJ with a name that sounds like it’s familiar to you.
If a DJ does seem familiar, check the website or the DJ-listing service to see if there’s another DJ who sounds like the one you know, or try to find another DJ with similar name or a similar background.5.
If your venue doesn’t list a DJ who does not charge a fee, check to see what other events are available at that venue.
For example, if you’re booking a wedding, you may not have a space to host a DJ.
You can book a DJ for free if you are booking multiple events, but that will be more expensive, so you’ll need to pay for multiple DJ’s, and there will be some overlap between the DJ and the guests.6.
Look for a price tag.
If any of the DJs listed on the DJ websites say the price is for “the night”, this usually means that they’re charging $1,000 or more per night.
However, if they say “the DJ” or “the day” or something else in the same sentence, they may be charging more.
If they’re not charging, you’re probably not going to like the DJ.7.
Ask for a credit card.
Most of the DJ sites require credit cards, so if you want to rent a DJ or a DJ equipment, check for a fee on the site.
In some cases, the fee can be lower than the actual price, so ask the DJ if you can borrow money and get the DJ to change the price.8.
Try to make it a point to find someone who is good with computers and who’s willing to help if the cost is too much.
Some DJ sites have “group events” where you can meet people and do the booking and all of that is paid for by the group.
If this isn’t a great option for you, you could try to work out a way to get your own DJ to do the work.
For more tips on finding a good wedding DJ, read How to Find a Wedding DJ in 2018.