DjsToGo frequently asked questions for wedding & party Djs
Jacksonville, St. Augustine, Palm Coast, Orange Park, Fernandina Beach, Gainesville, Lake City, Jekyll island/Brunswick and more.....
Yes we can provide music for your Wedding Ceremony on or off site. Battery powered available. We offer a second sound system in our optional wedding bundle. The bundle includes a Sennheiser lapel microphone for your officiate and a handheld or wireless Shure microphone for any readers.
We have a proven method to keep everything on track the day of with a detailed time line. We also provide couples with a detailed event & music planner. Some couples hire a coordinator and some do not. Its up to you.
By phone or in office. A non-refundable deposit of $395, made by credit card or check, guarantees your Dj and a written contract is provided. The balance may be made anytime up to your wedding date. Upon receipt of deposit you will have access to an awesome music planning guide to be returned 6 weeks prior to your wedding date.
Typically you secure your Dj when you secure the venue. 6 months to 1.5 years.
You choose the vibe in the provided music planner that fits YOU best!
Classy & Fun, Upbeat & Energetic or Relaxing & Social. Always professionally engaging with pro equipment and attire!
Yes Your Dj will professionaly make all announcements and Emcee the event.
In the FIRST call with DjsToGo we tell you which Dj is available! Not 2 weeks prior to your Wedding Day like franchise Dj companies and others.
Yes! We also offer evening appointments in our office/studio
Yes! We have all music types and bilingual Djs.
Playing the right music at the right time is the secret. Experience counts here!
Yes! The shoe/sign game, Generation Dance, Kissing Menu, Money Dance
Yes - Most all venues.
Yes, it is customary to provide a meal for your DJ. Many venues offer vendor meals.
Transform an average event into an unforgettable experience, utilizing an indispensable collection of LED derbies and LED pars, along with laser and strobe effects that will create an engaging automated light shows with the GigBAR 2 LED'
Aalso referred to as monogram lighting – is one of the latest trends for weddings and special events. In general terms, a gobo is an image that is projected onto a wall or dance floor, usually displaying the names of a bridal couple, wedding date, or monogram
Uplighting is a popular lighting effect created by strategically placing lighting fixtures on the floor and pointing them up. Thus creating the effect of "up lighting". Uplighting is a very effective way to dramatically improve the ambience of an event space.
The shoe/sign game is very popular with guests. It works like this: During your reception, after you’ve enjoyed some dinner, dancing, and drinks, place two chairs back-to-back on the dance floor for the bride and groom. Remove both of your shoes, then trade a shoe with your new spouse so that you’re holding one of each. Then, have the Dj wll ask a series of questions about the two of you and your relationship (i.e.. “Who will be doing most of the cooking?” "Who said 'I love you' first?"). After each question, hold up the shoe of the person you think is the best answer to the question.
In tribute of the longest married couple the Dj will ask all married couples to the dance floor while playing a slow ballad. At 1 minute intervals the Dj ask couples to leave the dance floor beginning with married 5 years or less, then 10, 20 etc.. The last remaining couple will be acknowledged for the longest married couple.
Guests will be given the honor to dance with the Bride & Groom on their Wedding Day......for Money! The Djs prompts your gets your guestsmoney dance, dollar or auction dance is where your guests pay to dance briefly with the bride and groom.