Managing the Evening
Upon the conclusion of such things like the vows, speeches, cocktail conversations and last bite going down the throats of all present, it is time to unleash all the party songs we’ve discussed prior to the wedding. I will make sure the songs cut across the different age groups and styles, so nobody will feel left out. I can proudly say that my DJ skills is showcased in my knowledge of music and in my dexterity to blend, transition and mix different tracks.
The arrangement and vibe 0f party and club DJs is different from that of a wedding DJ. The mechanics involved in trying to build up a crowd into the dancing mood is different, because after spending one or more hours sitting down, some people want to jump right into a dancing frenzy. I read the crowd to know the right songs to play to create the perfect mood, feeling or memory. I would create extensive wedding experiences using multiple genres, tempo, styles and trends to create and change the energy in the hall. No matter what I play at this point, the goal still remains the same, to keep the guests dancing hard and looking at me in astonishment; words cannot quantify the joy I get when I see such looks.
The wedding soon comes to a conclusion. The curtain eventually closes on months if not years of meticulous planning. The last songs are played and goodbyes are said. It’s time for me to pack up and head back home. It’s been a tedious day but I will go to bed glad that everybody had a splendid day.