Today we’re talking about what millennial wedding guests like and don’t like about receptions. If you’re planning a wedding with millennial guests, things will probably look a little different than they used to.
No matter the size or type, wedding planning can be overwhelming for every couple. You’re trying to plan a huge, momentous life event that you’ve never had to do before, all while managing the rest of your day-to-day work and life. I find at most of the weddings I DJ, there is no wedding coordinator or planner.
Getting married is a huge deal. Your DJ is responsible for keeping the party going – but why do so many hide their prices online? If you’re planning on buying something significant, you probably go online to research how much it will cost. Whether you’re looking to buy a new car, want to go on vacation, or book a wedding venue.
Should you have an open mic at your wedding reception? This is where a microphone is put out front and anyone who wants to speak is given the opportunity to give a speech, tell a story or give a toast. The open mic usually occurs at the end of dinnertime. I have DJed some weddings that have had an open mic.
With more people getting vaccinated against COVID-19, couples question whether or not to require the vaccine to attend their wedding. Remember the days when the biggest concern about your wedding day was the weather? We’d take a few sprinkles over a pandemic any day.
Let me guess, you already booked your wedding venue, began dress shopping, and maybe even sent out your invites. Now it’s probably around that time when you start to think: What if no one dances at my wedding? What if my guests don’t have fun? Should I have booked my wedding for Saturday rather than Sunday?