So, you are debating over whether or not to have a money dance. You may be concerned about it coming off wrong, making your guests uncomfortable or looking a bit tacky. But, it can also be a great way for participation, having interaction with your guests, having lots of fun and lets face it…getting some financial reward. How can you carry this off without any of the negative factors raising their ugly head. It really depends on the DJ you hire! The transition into the actual special dance and the way your DJ conducts his or herself on the microphone play a major role in how your guests will perceive what is happening. The DJ being “Cheesy” or trying to be funny, actually making remarks like ”Bring Your Checks, Cash, or Credit Cards…” , is very inappropriate. The DJ should simply make the announcement to inform your guests about the...
At many weddings there usually comes a point when the disc jockey plays a song and makes an announcement that the bride will now toss her beautiful bouquet. The disc jockey makes a request for all of the single ladies to make their way to the dance floor. And the spotlight is on. Naturally, some would-be participants are not so willing to be "singled" out of the entire wedding party as one of those poor unmarried souls. Everyone is paying attention, the photographer stands ready, and suddenly these young ladies have been thrust into the midst of a competition, at what was supposed to have been a nice, elegant evening of dinner, conversation and dancing in their lovely cocktail dresses. And then it's the gentlemen's turn to chase, dive, jump or even wrestle over the garter, often in a drunken stuper. Sometimes it's even worse. I've seen weddings where, in...
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