We are one of the most experienced wedding DJs in Cornwall and have a proven and verifiable track record for providing entertainment for some of the best wedding receptions cornwall has had. Not only do we supply some of the highest quality disco systems in Cornwall but the standard of our service is far beyoned that of most.
We do not make wild claims like some claiming to be the best or they have 25-30 years experience. We only tell you the facts, we are very, very experienced and for the last 5 years we have do over 100 wedding receptions per year. How do we do so many you ask? simply becasue people have been more than satisfied with our service and so we get a lot of recommendations. There are less than a handful of DJs in Cornwall who can honestly claim this.
The traditional First Dance normally but not always signifies the start of the evening's entertainment, sometimes it is either followed with dances performed by the father and Bride or mother and Groom or several other variations. Some of you may plan to have other dances, some of you may want your guests to join you on the dance floor before the first dance ends, others may want their guests to join them on the dance floor for the second dance.
Whatever you decide the choice as always is yours. We will work with you and are more than happy to introduce each dance and encourage your guests to join you on the dance floor as soon as your are ready.
It's worth noting that your guests will normally follow the bride and groom's lead and so if you don't have your first dance until later in the evening you may find that out of respect, many of your guests won't take to the dance floor. Under these circumstances it's better to take your first dance early in the evening so that your guests can enjoy the celebrations right from the start.
If you're not really looking forward to the first dance because maybe you have two left feet or you just think you will be really nervous, it may be an idea to ask us to invite your guests to join you on the dance floor part way through your first dance. This will instantly take the pressure off and make you feel more comfortable. If you decide you would like us to ask your guests to join you part way through, we would recommend you prime a few family members and friends, so that when we do anounnce it, they come and join you straight away. Because there is nothing worse than you not wanting to be on the centre of the dancefloor and no one wanting to join you.
Occasionally the bride or groom insist on creating a long and precise playlist, others just specify a first and last dance and leave the rest down to the DJ's experience. Either way this is absolutely fine with us, we will play whatever you want us to play, however when creating a playlist you may want to take into consideration your guests tastes too. For example, you may be more than a bit partial to a bit of rock music but maybe you're not keen on the 60's, so you create a playlist full of all your favourite rock tunes for the DJ to play. Then on the day you'll be having the time of your lives, you've just got married and you'll be dancing to your favourite music, but try to remember you will most likely have guests that may or may not be quite on the same level as you. The older guests especially may like 60's music as much as you like rock, the younger ones may like chart music as much as you like rock, but there is nothing on your list for them. There could even be guests that don't particulary like rock music. So bearing this in mind it's worth giving your guests some serious consideration, in our experience it is better to create a playlist with a wide selection of music so that at least everyone gets a chance to enjoy the music as much as you. This will normally make the day even better because all your guests will be able to dance and enjoy the music at some point.
Something we often do which is quite unique to us, is with your permission, leave a request sheet and pen out on the speakers or nearby table so that guests can write down any requests they want throughout the evening, this works especially well because often the people who want to dance can request the music they want to dance to. Another very unique thing we do, is allow guests to send their requests directly to the DJ's mobile phone via text messaging. This is perfect because it saves some guests having to fight their way across a packed dance floor, to get to the DJ to make their request, it's also good for guests who may be too shy to approach the DJ to make their request
The First Dance is usually the most important dance at any wedding for the bride and groom, sometimes others will join them to participate in a carefully choreographed routine. Often the bride and groom would have spent several hours preparing a routine especially for this first dance. It's an important tradition and normally a great opportunity for the guests to take some lovely photographs. So you should choose the music for your first dance carefully. If you're not much of a dancer you may want to choose a slow song, as anyone can do a slow dance, but if your a bit more flamboyant then you may want to go for something a little different and give your guests a bit of a treat.