Most couples go into the wedding not knowing what the costs really are. Online there’s an array of budget plans, but very rarely do they mention anything in terms of quality and what to expect within various price ranges. The real value comes from what something is or isn’t worth to a couple at their wedding. Your photographer, wedding coordinator, and DJ are going to spend the most time around couples. Your officiant, MC, bridal party, parents, DJ, and venue staff are all go
This is a topic most DJs avoid talking about, but many brides wonder. If you ask the question to a group of brides you’ll get answers that typically ranges from very low to what some would consider exceptionally high. A bride recently posed the question of the cost of a DJ on a FB group in the KW area (Kitchener,Waterloo), and it didn’t really clarify much other than it’s a big range which went from roughly $325 - $4000. The average price ended up being around $957 or $1081 w
The missing piece of the puzzle... What is the price? This is undoubtedly the primary concern for a lot brides and with tight budgets so why wouldn’t it be? But, there’s a fairly big problem when you put the price first: it ignores quality and reliability. Commonly brides will tell us the DJ was the best price and seemed nice, but then they canceled. One of the quickest ways to achieve a lower price is to simply neglect or forgo the key ingredients of quality and reliability.
contact us Relating to the value of a DJ isn’t easy to understand without some exposure to the industry for the majority of couples. Having years of experience DJing and a diploma as an Electronics Engineering Technician lends itself well to business, but is not my best asset for explaining the true value of a DJ. Admittedly I have a strong disposition for factual and technical data with checkable proofs. However, I realize this doesn’t always appeal or translate well particu