For many brides and grooms, one of the biggest questions at a wedding is: a live band or a DJ?It sounds like a piece of cake.But the truth is couples often have the difficulties making their decision.
You’ve probably heard of a DJ who messed up a wedding reception, and a friend of a friend who told you their live band didn’t work out the way they wanted.So which one to choose?Fortunately, we’ve compiled the pros and cons of each type of music to help you solve your music dilemma.
One of the great things about DJS is that they offer all kinds of music.They also offer a real-life version of the song, better volume control, and often a better price.Chances are, they’ll have whatever song you or your guests want to hear at the reception.Another benefit is that they don’t need a break like live bands do.This will ensure that the music and optimistic environment does not stop at any time during the night.
Of course, when you hire a DJ, you may let his or her personality clash with the wedding.Some brides want the DJ to be the star of the party, while others want him or her to blend more into the background.
Nothing is more exciting than a live performance.If you’ve ever been to a concert, you know what I’m talking about.The wedding band always gets guests out of their seats, filling the room with adrenaline that the DJ can’t match.
Unfortunately, live bands are usually a bit expensive.A live band may also not have a DJ’s choice of music.While DJ can play anything from electronic to classical music, bands can be limited.Only one type of music may prevent everyone from getting the taste of the music they like.