All brides and grooms want their wedding to be perfect. Even the smallest detail and they would want it to go as smoothly as possible. They want to have a solemn and heartfelt ceremony and of course, a memorable and exciting reception.
When it comes to the reception, music plays an important role to keep your guests on their feet when it’s time for dancing. Ensuring that they are having a good time after a good meal would certify that your wedding would be the talk of the town in the years to come. To make that happen, you need to decide whether you should hire a DJ or a band for your wedding.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Hiring A Wedding Band
A wedding band interacts with your guests. They provide an atmosphere that is unparalleled and incomparable to just listening and or dancing to music being played. Professional bands for hire Sydneywould also adapt to your guests’ mood and would even adjust spot their setlist to make sure that your guests are having a wonderful time. When you hire a wedding band, you also need not worry about the choices of songs that would be played. Chances are, they already know the songs that are a big hit during weddings.
Hiring a wedding band is significantly costlier than hiring a DJ. You also need to include them in your guest list, guests that could have been relatives or friends. You also need to provide meals for them and wedding bands usually composes of 5 members or more as opposed to a DJ.
Advantages and Disadvantages of Hiring A DJ
If you could not relinquish control and you still want to control even the songs played on your wedding, hire a DJ. Of course, they would still contribute their own playlist but they are flexible since they don’t need to rehearse a song that you want them to play. They only need to download it and find songs in the same tempo and rhythm to make the playlist smoother in transition. A DJ also does not need a lot of time to set up and “tune their instrument”. Hiring a DJ is also cheaper and would not take a lot of space in the wedding venue as compared to a wedding band.
A DJ’s equipment could malfunction and when that happen, it would be dead air as compared to a wedding band they could continue playing acoustically. Other DJs would just bring their mp3 player and plug it in the sound system and let their playlist do all the work.
Since both options have their pros and cons, you need to weigh them carefully. Talk to your partner especially if some of your concerns involve the budget, the space and of course the choice of songs particularly if you have children as guests and there are some songs that could be inappropriate with their explicit lyrics.