Don't Settle for Average! Have a Stylus Wedding Experience Instead!
We're always thinking about weddings. It's because helping you celebrate with your friends and family is one of our all-time favorite things. But some couples are settling for a less than average or just OK DJ experience - when nothing else about their wedding reflects that same lack of attention to detail. Here's why Stylus might be the right fit your for your Raleigh wedding DJ experience.
Raleigh Wedding DJ Dance Party Tips
There are a lot of things that many couples want to highlight at their wedding. From the Formal Introductions, to dinner, to the toasts, and all the way through the last dance - the event is full of special moments that we need to make sure we're including. But all those things can add up to a lot of time, and before you know it - your wedding is over! Here are a few tips to make sure you've got plenty of time for dancing.
Christine & Andy had a beautiful Raleigh wedding at the Brier Creek Country Club in North Raleigh.
Here's a quick taste of how awesome their wedding ceremony, reception and dance party was!
Thanks to Red Bridge Photography for these amazing photos!
There are lots of great wedding songs for your first dance - from songs that are more popular in Raleigh, Durham, and Chapel Hill like beach music hits from the Platters or General Johnson and the Chairman of the board, to songs that are so good they've stood the test of time like Etta James, Frank Sinatra, and Van Morrison.
There are also some truly fantastic songs that are perfect for your 2018 Wedding, new songs with a lot behind them.
Ultimate Guide to The Best Wedding Music Songs
For some people, picking their wedding music is really easy - they either know the perfect wedding song or just let the DJ do it.
If you’re having a hard time picking out the perfect wedding songs, here’s a little help to get you started.
Let’s start with the songs you’ll need to pick out and then look at some fun options.
Most couples, when they're contacting a wedding vendor, will usually jump right to the heart of what they think the matter is.
“What's the Price?”
Part of that is because you're not sure what questions to ask.
Here's why that should be the LAST question you ask.
Uplighting has become a popular trend for many weddings, almost a necessity for certain venues. Just a few uplights can dramatically alter how you feel about a space, taking you from “Didn't we go to a wedding here last summer” to “OMG!” There are a lot of very pretty venues out there – but the vast majority of them benefit from uplighting – how can you tell if your wedding venue could use a little extra pop?
In the 9th century (about 1300 years ago) The Banu Musa brothers in Baghdad invented an automatic organ and flute player that played a lot like a player piano or music box (invented in 1796). The player piano used paper scrolls in 1876. Did that count as DJing? I would argue that they were, because they were using pre-recorded music to entertain an audience. While the techniques have definitely improved since then, the rules are still the same - make people dance!