If you truly value your event and are investing precious time and money to find
- a venue
- a caterer
- a photographer
- a wedding dress and tuxedo
- and so much more!
Don’t you owe it to yourself to invest in a Disc Jockey Entertainer that will keep your guests entertained to the very end?
Food For Thought:
According to Bride’s Magazine, The average wedding in the US costs over $ 18,874.00 in 1999. If you have paid $18,874.00 dollars for a one-hour Wedding and a four-hour Reception, and your guests leave one hour early due to an “inexpensive” DJ, you have WASTED $ 3775.00 of your Hard Earned Dollars on a DISAPPOINTING event that should have been an occasion to remember forever! In the 2010, that would amount to over $ 5,000 See this Source!
|Stationery (invitations, announcement, thank-you notes)||$374|
|Bouquets and Other Flowers||$1253|
|Clergy, Church, Chapel, Synagogue||$248|
|Bride’s Wedding Dress||$790|
|Bridal Attendants’ Apparel (average of 5)||$720|
|Mother of the Bride’s Apperal||$198|
|Groom’s Formalwear (rented)||$100|
|Formalwear Rentals for Ushers (average of 5), best man||$400|
|Reception (average of 186 guests)||$7,246|
“Do it Yourself?”
In March 2001, a Local Sound & Light Company Rental charged $ 510.42 to rent a small sound system, 2 wireless microphones and 8 Par Cans for Lighting, included Delivery, Setup, Take Down, Pickup and Sales Tax (You pay Washington State Sales Tax on Rentals).
The DJ’s experience and talent is the most costly factor involved when hiring him. (This is something that wasn’t even included), which means they didn’t get any of the following things we always include:
- An Extensive Music Library 38,000 + Songs
- An Event Coordinator
- An Emcee
- A Disc Jockey
- A Party Catalyst
- A Lighting Technician
- A Sound Technician
- A Fun Party
Save the ‘Do It Yourself’ ideas for Home Improvements!