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          " STEVE IS A PERFECTIONIST. " 

Wedding & Party DJ specialist covering Dorset, Hampshire and Beyond
 

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Do you offer a written contract?

A written, legal contract is one of the first indicators of whether a DJ is professional and reliable. Furthermore, a contract establishes the DJ’s obligation to the client. For this reason, a written contract is absolutely essential.

Will you be the DJ at our Party / Wedding ?

 

Yes, this is my own company and I will be honoured to be part of your big day. I will be counting the days down with you.

 

May we meet you before the event ?

Yes, We can meet you at all time or if you want a phone call before the event, then that is fine. We love to meet and we normally arrange this a month before the event.

 How long will you hold our date for us?

Without a £50.00 depoist, we are unable to hold any dates until this is paid, This is because we get around 4 or 5 requests per day for weddings and party enquires per day.

 Do you work exclusively with any other supplier ?

Yes, we do. We pretty much have supplier from Cakes to Party Letters to wedding decor. Please feel free to ask me who we recommend.

How long have you been a DJ and how many weddings have you done?

A Party or Wedding is such an important occasion, and you don’t want your DJ’s first wedding to be your own. However, I have been doing this now for 4 years and have done over 300 weddings and parties. This means I average around 2 events a week. I am pretty much full for next year as well.

How many weddings do you do each year?

 

On average around 100 weddings a year. 

How many other types of events do you do per year?

We can do any event from a small party of 15 to a firework display of 4000. We have supported the Royal Army, Barclays and also local schools with prom's. We have done pretty much every event you could think of.

What makes you different from your competitors?

Any professional DJ will take pride in their work, and be able to answer this question honestly and communicate the things that make their services unique. Some DJs, however, will take this opportunity to “bash” their competition and say negative things about specific DJs or agencies. We consider this type of behavior unprofessional, and is a poor reflection on them. In fact, you may want to consider making it a point to meet any DJ that they say something bad about – DJs that engage in this type of thing will often target the DJs they’re afraid you’ll book instead of them, and they’re probably right!

How involved can we be in selecting music for our event?

We love you to  choose the majority of the music and telll us all your favouite songs and then I will use my expertise to make it all work and blend it all in professional for you.

Do you take requests from our guests?

I am very happy to do so, but if it something which I am not sure with, I will respectfully ask you if you want it played. 

Can we submit a “Do Not Play” list?

 

Any professional DJ should be willing to honor your requests, including your request for certain songs and genres to not be used. Submitting a “Do Not Play” list will give me a clear idea of your limits and your expectations for their song selection at your wedding.

When do you arrive to set up for our Party or Wedding ?

I will always arrive at least a full hour before their scheduled start time in order to have adequate time to set up and get organized before the Event.

How much of a deposit is required to secure our date?

We require just £50.00 deposit to secure the date and the remaining payment is one week before the event.

Are you insured?

Fully insured for any event, for my equipement and your guests. My equipement is also all under 2 years old and everything is PAT tested.

What kind of equipment do you use?

We only use top brands for our  DJ equipment which are Pioneer, Denon, Traktor, Serato, RCF, Bose, Mackie, RANE, QSC, and Shure.

Do you bring backup equipment with you to the event ?

Even the very best and most well-maintained equipment will malfunction at some point. I am prepared in case this happens at your event and carry spares at all times.

Do you have a wireless microphone?

Yes, we offer a wireless microphone to be used for your guests’ toasts, blessing, and any other speeches that need to be made or the odd sing song

Do you set up a sign or banner with your equipment?

Shameless self-promotion sometimes rears its ugly head at wedding receptions in the form of a sign or banner advertising the DJ’s company name and contact information. These items inevitably find their way into your wedding pictures and video, and ruin what is an otherwise commercial-free event. This practice is repulsive and completely unprofessional, and we believe that any DJ that does this should never be hired for a wedding.

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