Each week, we feature wedding music recommendations from Scratch Weddings, the nation's leader with the best wedding DJs at affordable prices. This week's post comes from DJ K. Ross. Hailing from upstate New York and currently based in Buffalo, K. Ross is a DJ, producer and performer who has spun for crowds in New York, L.A., Paris, London, Amsterdam, and everywhere in between.
Lately, it seems like word has gotten out that DJs don't like requests. In defense of DJs everywhere, I would say this is a half-truth. Requests aren't the problem; it's the way people ask for them. Here are a few notes and tips for your guests to consider when requesting a song at your wedding.
Tips for your guests to consider when requesting a song at your wedding.
1. Don't ask to see what songs we have.
DJ'ing is different from karaoke. We don't bring a book of songs for people to look through. Every DJ catalogues and arranges his or her music differently. More importantly, we've had extensive conversations with the couple on what music they want to hear prior to