A: £300 – £500 will get you a beginning DJ, £400 – £600 for a more experienced DJ than the beginners with higher quality equipment.
£1000 for the most experienced, professionally trained, full-time Wedding DJ. You should base your budget on what kind of experience you want at your Wedding reception.
A: The best option is to go with a DJ whose primary business is weddings....
Ask to hear or see samples of the Wedding DJ's work.
Give the Wedding DJ your music playlist and maybe your “do not play” list too.
A: We have over 100,000 songs and counting covering all genres and ages. Music going as far back as the 50s as well as today’s latest hits. We will be able to get any song that you want for your event by downloading it off iTunes or our digital DJ services that we subscribe to.