Keep in mind that this day is all about YOU! Your friends and family are there to celebrate and share your joy. Where you go, the crowd goes. If you want to keep the dance floor hopping and the party groovin', we need YOU on the dance floor!
Don't micromanage the timeline. We're flexible. We just need the general order and estimated time.
If there are older guests, try to seat them away from our speakers, not right next to them.
Don't put your DJ in an obscure location or in a corner. We need to be as close to the dance floor and the crowd energy as we can be!
If you have dance floor lighting, darker is better! Use dimmers for chandeliers, lights, etc. when the dance floor opens and the party gets started.
If you have a bar and/or a photo booth, position them in the same room as the dance floor. You want to keep people as close to the dance floor as you can all night!
When picking music for your party, take into account not only your own tastes in music, but your guests as well.
You want to keep your guests wanting more. There's no need to feel like you have to entertain them until 2 AM.
When picking your music, don't overdo it. Pick 20 or so songs that you love and a few that you don't, and let us fill in from there.
We recommend that toasts don't last more than five minutes each, and a maximum of four toasts.
We also recommend that your first dance is right after you are introduced and that parent dances are shortened as well.
If you have to cut corners on your budget, don't skimp on your entertainment-it can make or break your event!