Wedding DJ/Music


Wedding receptions are one of the most fun parts of the day. You get to celebrate, laugh, and dance with your family and friends. You get to hear toasts and sweet words, cut your wedding cake, have your first dances, and then dance to your favorite songs. Having a good DJ is an important part of keeping your reception flowing and fun for all guests.

I reached out to Chris, the owner of Graingertainment, to get more information on what they offer and to hear their tips for brides when looking for and working with a DJ. Chris founded Graingertainment in 2013 and even though he’s the owner, he’s still a DJ himself. He has 8 DJ’s that partner and work under Graingertainment. Besides a DJ, they can provide photo booths, uplighting and other special lights, dancing on the clouds, live music, officiants, monograms, and video projections.

Here are some tips Chris gave for brides relating to a wedding DJ/music:

  • Think of your DJ as a host for your wedding reception. They’re doing more than just playing music – they’re also working with your other vendors to stick to the timeline and to keep your whole reception flowing. Especially if you don’t have a wedding planner, they help everything to stay on schedule.

  • Ask how long they’ve been doing weddings or how many weddings they’ve done (at least 50 shows that they’re established and know what works well). Also, look at their reviews to hear what other brides shared about their experience.

  • Have at least one phone call to hear their energy and personality before you book.

  • Find out how they prepare for the day of – Grainger Entertainment has an online planning form that helps you plan your wedding and asks questions like, “What music do you want or don’t want played?”

  • Choose a DJ who listens to your needs and wants for your wedding. They should be able to provide music that caters to your specific likes as a couple.

To find out more information on Graingertainment or to contact Chris, click on their website link here:

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