SERVICES/RATES

CLICK HERE FOR A DOWNLOADABLE RATE SHEET
(Effective 7/1/2017 and subject to change)

For events happening on Fridays and Saturdays, April through October, the Single Package is between $1000-$1300, depending on the DJ’s experience, and includes:

  • One main sound system (2 speakers) for one room or area and music program via laptop
  • One handheld wireless microphone for speaking parts of the ceremony, toasts, speeches, etc.
  • MC services (announcements, introductions, etc.)
  • Customized song pool and unlimited advance consultation
  • Hands-on coordination with your vendors
  • Proof of liability insurance
  • Travel within the DJ’s home city
  • 4 hours (minimum charge)

Extra hours, equipment, and/or travel will be accommodated for an additional feeOff-day, off-season and referral discounts may apply. Please use the Downloadable Rate Sheet as a guide, and contact us for a customized quote.

PROCESS

The booker (Jane Elizabeth):

  • Logs initial client inquiry
  • Replies with current rate sheet and asks any additional logistical questions needed to provide a quote for everyone who is available
  • Asks additional creative questions: family/friend ratio, guest age range, overall musical vibe/goal, what is most important in hiring a DJ
  • Offers to introduce client to one or more available DJs to speak further before making a decision
  • Follows up with client and DJ
  • Once a DJ is chosen, sends sample version of contract, asks for any outstanding details, fills out and returns for everyone to sign via the automated Adobe Sign system
  • Collects deposit of about ⅓
  • Creates shared music organizer and timeline with recap of basic contractual details, hands off to client and DJ, and is available for any questions, assistance, or changes in scope of work
  • DJ takes over, coordinates with client and relevant vendors on music and timeline details to execute the event perfectly
  • DJ sends client a follow-up thank you note, asks for feedback and a positive review on Wedding Wire/The Knot