As a Wedding DJ in Northamptonshire, the most common question I am always asked is:
“What do you charge?”
“How much will it cost for you to DJ at my wedding?”
I’d love to be able to provide an off the cuff quote, but there are too many variables. The services I provide are bespoke so very different to those provided by a huge majority of DJs in the UK. Simply giving you a quote without a proper explanation of what’s included in that fee is not very helpful.
There are several factors that can affect the price. Including; the distance to your wedding venue, the time of year and the hours required for me to DJ at your wedding.
I pride myself on ensuring that my prices are fair and competitive. It’s very rare that I am challenged on price. Yet, there was one time that a customer challenged me. They decided to go elsewhere as they had a friend who offered to DJ instead for a cheaper price.
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Unfortunately this customer’s ‘friend’ let them down at the last minute. I had a very desperate bride-to-be on the phone, begging to book me to DJ for her wedding. It was now only a few weeks before her special day. Luckily I still had availability, however if I hadn’t, things could have been a lot worse for her.
My advice here is to not try and save on budget with your entertainment. Booking a wedding DJ in Northamptonshire should be the most important part of your wedding. This will ensure that you have the best experience for your dream wedding.
Don’t try to cut corners and save money on your Wedding Disco. You could end up with cowboy DJ with poor experience and poor quality equipment.No one wants an empty dance floor at their wedding party. This is going to be the most important day of your life.I always recommend you do your research and go with experience over price.
So, in a nutshell, it is not easy to properly explain what I do using the written word on an email, or even on a telephone call. It is far better in a face to face meeting over coffee. This might be at your home, the venue itself or maybe a coffee shop near to you or partners office?