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WEDDING RECEPTION

From music to catering, find all things wedding reception here.

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    • What is the best reception TIMELINE?!

      There are so many ways to structure your reception... which way is best? WATCH: "What is the best reception timeline?"

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    • Worried nobody will dance at your wedding?

      I'm not going to lie, it can be a bit of a downer when the music is blaring and the dance floor is empty.  But you need to know your guests~ are they a...

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    • Hidden fees in catering costs?

      Did you know the 'per guest' price doesn't include the 20-30% in additional fees? WACTH: "Catering costs revealed"

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    • Are seating charts worth the hassle?

      No doubt they are a PITA to make, but think about when YOU are a GUEST.  Do you like when you have an assigned seat or when you have open seating? WATCH: "Should Couples: Have...

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    • Wedding party intros?

      Watch our video "Wedding party intros - yay or nay?" to hear what pro DJs think about this topic.

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Featured Question

Q: Is there really a wedding mark up?

Do you feel like the industry charges more “because it’s a wedding” and they know it’s an emotional purchase?

Do companies think that they can charge more for weddings since the bride and groom may be willing to spend more on their dream wedding?

Hey wedding pros – is this higher price tag justified? Why? Do you charge more for your service if it is a wedding?

This is a taboo topic, whispered but not discussed… until now.

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