Wedding Entertainment

Entertainment for your wedding is crucial. Your guests will be talking about your wedding for years to come and you want to make sure not only are you having fun but your guests are having a blast as well. The only way to do that is to have and find the right entertainment.

Finding the right entertainment for your wedding can seem like finding a needle in a haystack. You don’t know where to look or how to begin. I suggest going to Bridal shows. You can compare entertainment their. Another good way is to look in the phonebook or if you live in Upstate New York you can get a free copy of The Wedding Guide at your local bridal shop. Go to for further information.

You need to decide whether you want a disc jockey or a band for your wedding. Disc Jockey’s seem to be the way to go nowadays. It’s great because if you find a good D.J. they should supply all the songs you want played at your wedding. You should be able to choose the kind of D.J. you want as well. For example; do you want a quiet D.J. with little to no crowd interaction and just the necessary announcements? Or excited with extreme crowd interaction. Maybe you want something in between. Make sure you convey what you are expecting to your D.J. Also, get a list of the songs you want played at your wedding as well. Like for example if you want the cha, cha, slide at your wedding make sure your D.J. knows that. Also, let your D.J. know what songs you DON’T want played at your wedding. We have dealt with a great DJ company at

If you decide to go with a live band, make sure you go over the songs you want played and have the band come up with a set list. Make sure you meet up with your band well in advance so they have plenty of time to rehearse and come up with a set list that accommodates your needs.

As far as budget is concerned when it comes to entertainment, it should be reasonably priced. Compare prices with their competitors. They might be cheap for a reason. You could end up with your songs not being played or a not so pleasant sound system. Either way, make sure you get a contract outlining exactly what sound system the d.j. is bringing, along with the songs to be played, and all your necessary announcements. This has to be in the contract. Make sure you do the same for the musicians as well. Happy Hunting!