Our DJs are professional and will keep your event high energy and fun! No planner? No problem! We work with our clients to map out the entire timeline of events so you can actually enjoy your day, instead of worrying about it.
Make it last forever! Memories are great but sharing pics and videos with friends & family is even better! Hire us to tastefully capture all of your special moments with a touch of class and exceptional quality.
Share old memories that will engage your guests with one of our projector video screens! We will easily show all of the fun moments with a touch of fun and exceptional quality. Ask us about the projector & video screen!
Our talented staff can provide you with an incredible ambiance to compliment any occasion. Some options we provide include uplighting, gobo monogram projections, and an illuminated slideshow DJ booth.
Is Hiring a DJ Worth It? Yes!
A wedding DJ is worth it if having a packed dance floor is important to you!
A full dance floor is the ultimate sign of a good time. But if you think putting together a playlist of your favorite songs and letting it rip is going to do it, it’s time to think again. We can ensure the day’s music is enough to draw your guests in.
Picking a DJ solely based on price is a mistake. The saying ‘you get what you pay for is very real.
- Start searching at least six months ahead. Popular DJs get booked early, so keep that in mind during wedding planning. Ask recently married brides for their recommendations and keep your eyes and ears open if you attend any weddings in the same city or town you’re planning to marry.
- Decide if you want a DJ. A DJ can deliver the party atmosphere you want to figure out what means more to you having the live energy of a DJ versus an iPod.
- Take your reception space into consideration. A DJ needs just a table, laptop, or turntable, an amplifier, speakers, headphones, and a wireless mic, and he’s set. Ask the venue for a floor plan of the stage and show it to any DJ you’re considering.
- Ask your venue about its electrical power & WiFi connection. A DJ will have fewer electrical power requirements, so the venue more than likely can handle it. Get the DJ’s specs and share them with the venue when you’re discussing their space requirements. Don’t forget to ask the venue if they have WiFi.
- Think about your budget. Plan on paying an average of $400 per hour; for a wedding ceremony, cocktail hour, dinner, toasts, reception, cake cutting and party time, etc. and a “hands-free” wireless mic, lighting, and photo booth bundle package should average between $2,400 and $4,000 for an event on a Saturday.
What People Say About Us
“Jay from Seattle DJ Pro just DJ’d my wife’s birthday party and did a great job. Showed up early, was professional, and kept the party going. Solid work!” – Hany F.
“Jay was great!! Was able to play all the songs I requested and add similar songs to the playlist. Was great at reading the crowd and had a good way to keep everyone dancing and having fun!” – Tamara V.
“Very friendly professional. Easy to request any songs you want. I was skeptical that I might not get Khmer (Cambodian) songs since DJ is not Cambodian and most of my party are Cambodians, but Jay (our DJ) is very happy to find for us and play the songs other requests. The price is one of the lowest on the web. I will hire them more if I have another party.” – Quay L.
A great DJ not only has an outgoing and energetic personality, but also can “read a crowd” and play the appropriate music to ensure your dance floor is packed all night long.
Wedding DJ prices can vary greatly depending on many factors including your wedding’s location, the type of package you’re looking for, and your chosen DJ’s experience and level of expertise.