All wedding days has a music of its own, from your final farewell to the bouquet toss to the first dance to the walk down the aisle. Soundtracks help set the tone for the whole event. Because of that, your band or DJ has such a crucial role.  

If you’re planning to hire a wedding DJ Boston for your upcoming wedding, here are a couple of questions that you can ask wedding DJs before booking them: 

How Long Has The DJ Been Playing at Weddings? 

Keep in mind that your wedding is one of the biggest days of your life. Because of this, you should not hire a DJ with little to no experience. The experience of the DJ will offer you a couple of indications of how good or bad he is. However, you should keep in mind that DJs might play at different events. Because of this, there might be a DJ who is experienced at corporate events but not at weddings. That’s why you should ask the DJ how long he’s been playing at weddings. In addition to that, you also have to ask if the DJ has any formal training.  

Can You Meet the DJ Before You Sign the Deal? 

A lot of DJ firms will try to get customers to sign the deal without meeting with their DJ first. If this is the case, you should try and look for another DJ company. Interviewing the actual DJ before signing the deal is the only way you will really know whether the DJ you will have at your wedding is ideal or not. Your gut feeling is extremely crucial in choosing the right DJ. Also, it is not ideal to speak to your DJ a week before your big day.  

Is the DJ Working Alone or Is He Working with a Company? 

The individual you speak with is often not the individual who will be your DJ on your wedding day. This is an extremely popular practice among major companies. It is certainly vital that you’ve got a chance to interview the particular DJ that you’ll be working with and figure out whether you feel at ease with him. Also, you have to expect that the name of the DJ is specified on the written contract. It’s the only way you can be ensured with his services at your event.  

Do They Provide a Written Contract? 

Every single wedding DJ you interview might not have a similar standard of professionalism. A legal and written contract is one of the first signs of whether a DJ is reliable and professional. In addition to that, a written contract establishes the obligation of the DJ to the customer. It also defines what’s needed for the success of the event. The DJ will define his setup needs and other elements related to his performance. Because of this, a written contract is extremely vital. If a DJ does not offer a written contract, it is best to avoid him and look for another.