Wedding DJ books
We can imagine that it is difficult to find a wedding DJ that suits you completely. After all, you have never heard him or her play, but you want your wedding to become one that will be talked about for a long time.
Which DJ suits your wedding party
In recent years, DJs have grown like mushrooms. But not everyone with a turntable is a good DJ. Experience is key when it comes to a successful evening. And a DJ with the right appearance and enthusiasm is also a must. So a lot also depends on this. A full dance floor is what you as a bride dream of? An experienced DJ quickly makes the click with guests at a wedding and flawlessly feels what they want to hear. Often experience also goes hand in hand with the price. And no matter how tempting it is, try not to make the choice for the wedding DJ just based on the price. Reliability, experience, but also backup – if necessary – are important pillars.
Choose the genre that suits you
Perhaps you go to every Toffler party or the Latin Village is right on your agenda every year. But ask yourself: do your guests love this music too? A DJ from SKYFLY easily translates your music taste into a fantastic party! Incidentally, bad nineties hits have never done badly at a wedding. So think carefully about what you want at your wedding, discuss this in a personal introductory meeting and you get a 100% dance guarantee!
DJ with the live artist at your wedding
Do you really want to go to a party that goes into the books? Then choose this original duo: a DJ combined with a live artist. It allows for more interaction with the audience and it gives a nice twist to the music. The atmosphere of a live band and exciting beats of the DJ. Choose from guitarists, percussionists, or how about a DJ with a saxophonist? Together they make a spectacular show!
A real blast party
How can you better let your guests know that the wedding has started by starting with a big bang? This is possible with confetti or streamers from SKYFLY. From confetti blowers from the stage to confetti shooters distributed to guests. It is certainly spectacular. Or would you rather end with a climax?