Contemporary Wedding DJ in the North East
I am a wedding DJ who takes exceptional pride in my performance, both visually and musically, which is powered by my strong passion and love for delivering high-quality entertainment on your special wedding day. I’m very much a specialist open format DJ which means I am highly versatile and able to play across all music genres. I listen to your requests, your musical likes and dislikes and curate a bespoke DJ set special to you. I can also read the vibe of your guests on the day and play crowd pleasers to keep them happy and dancing from the start until finish.
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Spotlight Moments for your Wedding
These spotlight moments are completely optional as I understand they are not for everyone. However, they have helped create countless highlights to special days, becoming everlasting and treasured memories. These are only some suggestions, a few examples which I have seen work time and time again, but I am open to your own ideas too and will be just as eager as you are to help incorporate them into your wedding. They are great opportunities to further involve important people in your celebration, such as your mum, your dad, grandparents, sisters, best friends; the new in-laws! They can also help break the ice and entice your evening guests to get up and feel more involved in playing key parts to your wedding evening.
Father and Daughter Dance
Often one of the most treasured moments of any wedding reception. A tear jerker for some... but my 3 top songs for this wedding dance would have to be: "One Call Away" by Charlie Puth, "In My Life" by The Beatles, and, "Isn't She Lovely" by Stevie Wonder - for a more upbeat and meaningful track if you and your dad love to dance.
Mother and Son Dance
Not so traditional, but certainly something I think should be! Shower your mum with some public love and respect by giving her a special dance in front of your nearest and dearest. She will hold on to this moment forever! "I'll Be There" by Jackson 5 accompanies this moment wonderfully. Or how about Louis Armstrong's "What a Wonderful World"?
The Bouquet Toss
Tossing the bouquet is a fun little set-up, takes no time at all to do and again it gets people up and involved. All the single ladies, "all the single ladies", gather around for the bride to toss the bouquet, one lucky lady catches it and tradition has it that she will be the next to get married... maybe it's true, maybe it's not, who cares? It's fun!
The First Dance
Showcase your love for each other with a magical first dance with all your loved ones surrounding you. With only the bride and groom starting on the dancefloor, leading to everyone joining you after the first chorus - spectacular. A real energy creator and party starter if executed correctly, I don't want anyone to miss out on this. I also make sure it's not awkward!
The Last Dance
The last dance is of course at the very end of the wedding night. It is a chance to close the day on a high with everyone leaving in great spirits. Either you or I should pick a meaningful song, or, a song which will send the energy and love from the day firmly into memories of all. "Sweet Caroline" is seasoned for this pinnacle moment.
The Anniversary Dance
A fantastic way to incorporate more love on the dance floor. I ask all married couples to the dance floor, I play a fun love song (say, "You Make Loving Fun" by Fleetwood Mac), one by one the couples leave the dancefloor based on how many years they have been married. The longest lasting couple remains and they get a spotlight dance if they so wish.