I recently wrote an article for BostonMagazine.com regarding finding the perfect DJ for your wedding. I shared inside tips for finding and working with your DJ because I truly believe that music is an extremely important element of any wedding As a bride-to-be, writing the article inspired me to share my own personal experience with my readers here on The Stylish One!
My fiancé and I are blessed enough to be blending multiple cultures together to create a family of our own. We wanted to make sure that our guests felt welcomed in their own language, had fun dancing to music they enjoyed, and that our specific requests would be worked into the playlist. Therefore, we went on a search for a talented, bilingual DJ.
After many website visits and phone calls, we were lucky enough to find Julian Sayles of Team Sayles in Boston! What impacted our decision was Julian's professional, yet personalized approach, and eagerness to understand exactly what we were looking for. From personalized playlists to state-of-the-art equipment and custom uplighting, we knew that Julian would be a great choice. However, what really sealed the deal was when he told us that his wife works with him and that she could be our bilingual MC for the evening!
After speaking further with Julian, I found out that he offered LED flat screen TV’s, custom slideshows, digital monogram highlighting, video mixing and ambient dance visuals... basically, anything you could imagine! And, although we opted for a more classic setup, we thought it was very cool that he had so many options to offer couples. If you're planning your Biggest Day, be sure to visit TeamSayles.com!
As I said in my piece for Boston Magazine, a good wedding DJ helps set the tone of your whole affair. Don't be afraid to ask questions, take the time to speak with or meet the professional in person, and be honest about what you're looking for to create an pleasant experience for both parties.
For more tips and suggested questions, take a peek at my latest piece: Finding the Right Wedding DJ. Have additional questions about planning your Big Day? Leave a comment below!
Partnered post for Team Sayles. This post is in no way affiliated with or sponsored by Boston Magazine.