Make sure the music you want played for special dances, introductions, processionals, recessions, etc. is either already in his library or is simple to get by checking with your DJ. These days, the same song is often covered by several performers, and each rendition frequently has a distinctive sound. Make careful to tell the DJ which version you want in order to prevent being let down or humiliated.
Did the DJ you hired leave after you paid them? Keep in contact with the DJ as the wedding day draws near. The Wedding DJ Service should promptly address any queries or worries you may have. Never assume that just because you have a contract with a DJ that they will show up and perform as promised. By the time your wedding comes around, a lot of small-time DJ businesses won’t still be in business. Too many times, my firm, Dream House Productions, had to step in to rescue the day when the DJ service failed to show.