What is your pricing? As with many other professions it is not about what is your cost, it is more about what do you get? Yes, you can rent your own equipment and set a playlist for ~$300 but when it comes to professional wedding DJs www.TheKnot.com recommends that you spend $1,231 (2017). This is an AVERAGE! When you submit your information on the contact form I will reach back out to you about availability and we can discuss pricing. Most DJs will offer discounts that are unique to your wedding and it is important to ask about these discounts. For example, pricing for a bride who is getting married at a church and hires me for reception only will not need to pay for my services at the ceremony. Every wedding is unique and we need to discuss the details of the event prior to agreeing on a price. That being said, it is more important as to what you get for your money.
On any given wedding night The DJ is responsible for 100+ items on the to-do list, all of which are in front of a live audience. My wedding packages include unlimited consultations and rehearsals (via phone call). For more complicated weddings I have been known to spend over 5 hours doing rehearsals throughout the week. Furthermore DJs equipment is a big factor. Many of the top brands of DJ equipment are unknown to many who have never hired a DJ in the past. I use Line 6 microphones and QSC speakers, both to brands. This is to ensure coverage of all events, events from 50 to 500, no one will strain to know what is happening and when it is happening.
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