Wedding DJs Grand Forks ND

See below to find local wedding DJs in Grand Forks that give access to wedding entertainment, wedding songs, wedding music, wedding reception first dances, and master of ceremony services, as well as advice and content on hiring the best entertainment for wedding receptions and wedding parties.

Robert Benda. Exclusively For Weddings
(218) 791-7596
4408 Wickham Ave
Grand Forks, ND

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MGS Productions
(701) 775-4784
5363 Circle Drive S
Grand Forks, ND
 
Ransdell Productions
(701) 772-0455
519 N 69th St,
Grand Forks, ND
 
Digital DJ
(866) 357-4697
Grand Forks, ND
 
Backspin Production
(701) 757-4300
1807 Demers Ave
Grand Forks, ND
 
Four Star Entertainment
(701) 330-1982
1617 University Ave
Grand Forks, ND
Type
Disc Jockey Services, Bar/Night Club DJs, Karaoke Jocks (KJ), Event Announcers
Music Speciality
All Party Mix/Variety, Beach/Shag, Big Band/Swing, Blues, Children's, Classical/Baroque/Chamber, Country, Jazz, Popular/Rock/Top 40, Rap/Hip Hop/Reggaetón, Rock/Alternative, Salsa/Merengue, Ska/Reggae, Techno/House/Electronica
Work History
Mobile disc jockey for over 16 years
Travel Distance
150 miles

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Backspin Productions
(701) 757-4300
1807 Demers Avenue
Grand Forks, ND

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Backspin Productions
(218) 791-5555
Grand Forks, ND
 
Bamm Productions
(701) 746-1170
321 N 48th St
Grand Forks, ND
 
Mikey'S Mobile Dj Service
(701) 775-4784
5363 Circle Dr S
Grand Forks, ND
 
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Wedding Entertainment: 6 Suggestions for Selecting a Wedding DJ

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With a multitude of entertainment options to choose from, how do engaged couples select the right entertainer for their once-in-a-lifetime celebration? The stakes are high, as guests are less likely to remember a cold fish dinner than a wedding entertainer whose performance was ice cold! Here, we offer six suggestions on how to find the perfect wedding DJ to rock your reception and get the most of your wedding planning .
1. Word of Mouth and Referrals: A wedding entertainer is very hard to describe via websites, blogs and brochures. If you have attended a wedding where you loved the music and entertainment, this can be a great starting point in your research. Similarly, if a friend or co-worker raved about their DJ, this is valuable information. What in particular did they like about their wedding DJ ? Was it their thorough preparation, transparent business practices, musical selections, dance skills, or something else?

2. Experience Counts: A wedding Emcee's duty is to keep the reception program moving smoothly. Transitions should be smooth and pacing is important. An experienced DJ understands the flow of a wedding reception and offer seamless transitions. They understand the importance of working with the team of vendors (banquet manager, photographer, videographer). They will better be able to address potential problems that can crop up at receptions. Ask your prospective wedding DJ what percent of their annual events are weddings, and how many weddings they have worked at in the past.

3. Styles Vary: Are you looking for an elegant event with music at moderate volumes, or for extreme party rockers? Is a magnificent light show important? Are you seeking a high or low level of guest interaction? Do you like the typical line dances, or are you looking for something more contemporary? There is no right or wrong answer, but it is important to align yourself with a wedding DJ whose style matches the intended style of your event, or else is flexible to incorporate your preferences. You can get a sense of style compatibility in your initial phone or meeting interviews. First impressions are important - do you connect on a personal level and believe that you can work well with this individual?

4. Professionalism: The term "professional DJ" is hard to verify. However, characteristics of a professional DJ include:
  • professional grade equipment (i.e., no dilapidated, carpeted speakers from the 1970s or home stereo equipment);
  • a professional website;
  • testimonials, preferably gained over a period of time, as well as a list of references;
  • member in professional organization such as the American Disc Jockey Association (ADJA)
  • carries liability insurance;
  • participates in industry conventions and continuing education, to elevate their craft;
  • carries back-up equipment to each event; and
  • responsive to your phone and e-mail communications.

5. Planning: The level and modes of reception planning vary....

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Wedding Music: Top 20 First Dance Songs

Wedding Music: Top 20 First Dance Songs
Need to check "find a first dance song" off your wedding planning checklist? Here, a list of the Top 20 First Dance songs of all time∗ your wedding DJ might suggest:

20. Lifehouse, “You And Me”
19. Norah Jones, “Come Away With Me”
18. Eric Clapton, “Wonderful Tonight”
17. Brad Paisley, “She's Everything”
16. Frank Sinatra, “The Way You Look Tonight”
15. Sade, “By Your Side”
14. Alison Krauss, “When You Say Nothing At All”
13. Ingrid Michaelson, “The Way I Am”
12. George Strait, “I Cross My Heart”
11. Elvis Presley, “Can't Help Falling In Love”
10. Keith Urban, “Making Memories Of Us”
9. Kenny Chesney, “Me And You”
8. Tim Mcgraw and Faith Hill, “It's Your Love”
7. Tim Mcgraw, “My Best Friend”
6. Jack Johnson, “Better Together”
5. Michael Buble, “Everything”
4. Lonestar, “Amazed”
3. Big & Rich, “Lost In This Moment”
2. Rascal Flatts, “Bless The Broken Road”
1. Etta James, “At Last”
∗List generated by DJ Intelligence.com and compiled by Matt Osborne. Osborne is a wedding DJ and co-owner of Spectrum Entertainment, an Atlanta-based entertainment company. He has performed on stage since 1988 as a musician and disc jockey and has over 3,500 events under his belt with thousands more as an event produc...

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