What most couples who are planning a wedding don't know is that saving money by hiring an amateur DJ for your wedding comes with a high price tag. Before you make a decision you regret, here are some things you need to know.
1. There's a high probability that a cheap (or free) DJ won't be in business by the time your wedding arrives.
Many low-priced DJs aren't charging enough to support their own businesses for the long term; you're just financing their hobby. Meanwhile, your wedding is 6-12 months away or more.
We've received those calls from desperate couples who had a "friend of a friend" DJ cancel on them last minute. It's not pretty.
Do you want to risk the possibility that the cheapie DJ is bankrupt and out of business before your big day?
2. Amateurs are less invested in their performance than a wedding professional.
The amateur DJ is doing it "for fun," and if something goes wrong, it's not a big deal. A wedding professional, on the other hand, risks his entire reputation and livelihood with every performance. One bad review can destroy his business and he knows it.
At one wedding, the DJ brought along his wife and newborn. Their table was littered with MacDonald's bags and his wife decided to breastfeed the baby during dinner.
Would you rather have an entertainer who is 100% invested in his business and performance on your wedding day or someone who does it as a hobby?
3. A wedding is a unique event that require the skills and experience of a wedding specialist fo
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