The LDS bride and groom’s first dance is one of the sweetest moments of the wedding reception. It is symbolic of the new life you’re starting together, so it’s important to do it right.
Traditionally, the bride and groom first dance happens right after dinner is served to warm up the dance floor for the guests. If you aren’t serving dinner, the first dance is held soon after the bride and groom’s entrance to the reception.
Choosing a first dance song is more complicated than it might at first appear. Before you…read more
Of course you need to pick the right DJ if you want your wedding reception to be a true success, but you also need to know how to communicate with him effectively to get exactly what you want.
First, draw up a contract. Or carefully inspect the contract from your DJ if they have one. A good contract should spell out all the details (date, time, and location of the reception) and outline the exact services the DJ will provide and the number of hours of service. The deposit and remaining balance should be clearly specified. Other fine print issues the contract should deal with…read more
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