Your wedding day is a very special event in your life – and the music you associate it with should be just as amazing as the wonderful emotions running through your body. What happens when guests request songs, though? And even more, how to deal with this when they request songs you really don’t like?
We have some tips for you – so read on and find out more.
- First and foremost, talk to your wedding DJ. Some of the DJs have a strict no-requests policy, others even have a set playlist they rarely change according to the crowd, and others have a list of songs guests would like to hear. See where your DJ falls on this – it is quite likely that they will be happy to follow your instructions on this matter.
- If your DJ does take requests (or if you have told him to do so), it is very important to create a list of sings he shouldn’t play, no matter the circumstances. Remember to include here all those songs you honestly don’t want to listen to at your big day – both your DJ and your guests will definitely respect your choices.
- If you haven’t created a “Do Not Play” list and bad requests start pouring in, you have all the right to talk to your DJ and tell him to stop taking requests or stop playing certain songs. After all, this is your wedding day, and your guests will surely understand that you might not want to listen to certain types of music.
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