Wedding DJ

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We are looking for engaged couples who want to make their special event truly remarkable.

Did you know that DJ service is usually about 2% of a wedding budget but shoulders more than 75% of the responsibility for creating a successful wedding reception?


Some couples may end up paying more for the Cake than they paid for their DJ entertainment, and then wonder why guests leave before the party is over. Your wedding DJ will be at your reception longer and have more responsibilities than any of the other vendors you will hire, and you rely on your DJ to create the atmosphere that makes your guests want to stay the entire evening.


When you hire DJ ON THE MIC, you can expect that your reception will be handled with the utmost professionalism and care, to ensure that a good time is had by all. Your guests may not remember the food, the flowers, the wine, or even see all the pictures but they will remember the fantastic time they had dancing or listening to the music.


We individually coordinate your reception to fit your needs and act as Master of Ceremonies to help maintain proper flow of your reception. We use high-end professional DJ equipment, and provide thousands of songs to choose from so your guests can have their favorites played.


It's the first impression of what your wedding will be. It entertains your guest while they gather, adds flair to your ceremony, and highlights important aspects like your entrance and exit.


When you hire DJ ON THE MIC for your wedding ceremony, we help make your special day the best it can be. We provide a Ceremony Planner to complete so that you can pick all the songs or just some of them, and leave the rest to us. You can even include us at your rehearsal so we can be there for the practice walk through.


When selecting ceremony music, you should consider:


PRELUDE MUSIC — while your guests are being seated

PROCESSIONAL MUSIC — for your wedding party

BRIDE’S ENTRANCE — for that important walk down the aisle

CEREMONY HIGHLIGHTS — unity candle, sand ceremony, soloist, etc.

RECESSIONAL MUSIC — bride, groom, and wedding party's exit

POSTLUDE MUSIC — transition from ceremony to reception