San Luis Obispo Wedding DJ Music Express is the right dj for you wedding to make your day wonderful and amazing. We will take care of everything from your ceremony to your reception. We will handle all the announcements, make sure you have great lighting, a great emcee, and a wonderful sound system.
Don’t just take our word for it. Listen to this couple:
We played for Ben and Erin recently at the Cook’s wedding which took place at the Flying Caballos Ranch in San Luis Obispo. A great venue with rustic charm. The wedding was gorgeous, and the dancing was non stop from beginning to end. The guests and family all had a great time!
Everyone having fun!
It was a great night, and the couple had so much fun. The groom said that Robert and Music Express were amazing!
Ben and Erin are announced!
The Cooks were so happy that they decided to address their guests on the microphone! Everyone was very happy, and an amazing time was had by everyone.
Ben and Erin talk to their guests!
The Flying Caballos Ranch is located in SLO by the airport. It used to be the residence of the Madonna family when they first moved to San Luis Obispo. Music Express is your best choice for an amazing wedding dj in San Luis Obispo, CA. We have professional sound that is crystal clear, amazing djs and emcees, event lighting design, and of course we know how to engage your guest so that everyone will have a great time, and you will be thrilled you hires us!
Call Music Express today to book your wedding 805.242.3797 or 877.235.1704!
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When you really think about it, what is important when your hire a dj? Sure they need to be a grea emcee and make the announcements. Yes they need to have a really good sound system and most likely you will want some great lighting and uplighting!
What is the intangible item that not every dj can provide you with? It is the right mix of music for your crowd. This really requires years of experience to perfect, and be able to do properly with different crowds at all different types of weddings! This is something that we at Music Express are really great at! Don’t just take my word for it; listen to the Steiners talk about it!
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This is a question that many couples will ask me. My answer is always the same. This depends on how you and your future spouse feels about having one.
The money dance is derived out of a tradition whereby guests at a wedding would give the bride and groom money for their honeymoon. In this manner, couples were able to afford going on a nicer honeymoon than they might have originally planned.
So, the money dance is an opportunity for your guests to send you off on your honeymoon. This is also know coincidentally as the “honeymoon dance”.
English: Greek Wedding Photography Money Dance (Photo credit: Wikipedia)
There are just some songs you would rather not here at your wedding. Maybe you just think they are corny or you really do not like the song. Sometimes it is because the song had relevance in the past, and you just don’t think it is appropriate on your wedding day. Whatever the case may be; if there are some songs you really do not want to hear on your wedding day, then you should definitely make a do not play list. This is part of the planning process that helps your dj make sure they play the right music at your wedding reception. This is essential to making your wedding day great!
Should we have the first dance after the bridal party introductions or after the cutting of the cake? This is one of those questions that brides ask while they are planning their wedding.
While it is entirely proper to do it either way, there are pros and cons to having your first dance after the bridal party introductions. The pros being that your guests are already focused on you after the bridal party introduction, and this is a dramatic time to have your first dance while all your guests are still present. The cons being that this is one of the highlights of the reception, and then you are going to stop all the excitement to sit down and have dinner. Many guests will think that they have already seen you dance so they may leave at the end of dinner.
When you save the first dance until after dinner, this is the time to engage your guests in your reception celebration. The first dance will be followed usually by the father/daughter dance, the mother/dance, and then an all dance number which kicks off the dancing for the evening!
Remember it is your choice and the bride should always have things in the manner she would like them on her wedding day!