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Tips for Selecting A Wedding DJ

Image Credit:  Wedding DJs should be expected to do more than just play music. They keep the party atmosphere going, make important announcements throughout your reception, and are a key element in setting the mood of your celebration. They should be someone you feel listens to you and understands your vision for the day, someone who is professional and reliable (not amateur DJ-for-the-weekend), and have a personable demeanor and experience with quality equipment. Some DJs even offer additional services such as lighting and video or projection screens as part of or in addition to their wedding packages. Ask to find out what is included in the price you pay. To find a DJ, ask for referrals from friends, family, your wedding coordinator/planner, or the venue where your wedding will be held. You could also inquire of other vendors you’ve selected and trust; they work with other wedding professionals regularly and should be able to give you some suggestions. On

Bachelorette Party Ideas & Alternatives

We found this image here:   When planning a bachelorette party it is important to think about what the bride-to-be would consider a good time. If the conventional bar hopping and strippers aren’t her cup of tea, then this kind of party might not be enjoyable for her. Break the mold and try something different and unexpected. If you are looking for unconventional bachelorette party ideas then you’ve come to the right place. 1) Food & Friends Fiesta Sign up for a local cooking class or food tasting tour. Fun shops like Spicetopia ( ) on Main Street in downtown Ventura feature local goodies but also offer onsite cooking classes, so fun! If she’s not that into cooking but would rather be on the tasting end, it might be fun to go on a food tasting tour to taste and discover the best places and dishes to order at favorite and new restaurants (try ) Hi