The most important step is the music. But these are some Chicago Wedding DJ Add Ons You Might Want. Some you might not even have thought about.
Indoor Fountains of Sparkling Light
You might think that this can be dangerous with all the fiery sparks flying about. But the effect is actually without heat, totally smokeless, not flame, and totally awesome.
Tap the image above to see an excellent, quick example.
Chicago Wedding DJ Add Ons You Might Want
Apart from the DJ’s skill in creating killer music sets and guiding the soundtrack of your Wedding, there are other options you might really want.
Often DJ’s offer special add-ons that are the perfect finishing touches to you big day.
There is a tone that the Music will set, and there is a mood that lighting will create.
- Colorful LED uplighting
- Dramatic dance floor spotlights
- Stylish monogram projections
Start with candlelight. The room lights must be dimmed and there should be plenty of candles. So nice. Then add the above elements to capture your color scheme, theme, and atmosphere.
You can decide what you want.
Don’t let your photographer/videographer spoil it with bright flood lights. Ask them for advice on how to keep the look of the lighting without losing the beauty of the pictures.
Having something like a Photo Booth for your guests to take home pictures from your big day adds an element of excitement-not to mention tons of fun.
Photobooths and Magic Mirror booths can be arranged though your DJ company, making it an easy one stop to check off your list!
This is not your grandma’s smoke machine. You don’t want smoke fogging up your entire reception room, and blurring all your pictures. This is your First Dance Dancing on The Clouds.
A little machine that will add the “wow” from this dramatic effect.
You can have a super dramatic entrance, exit, or First Dance. You choose.
Lots of DJs and entertainment companies offer projection that allows you to show your story in pictures up until now.
What about having your guests tell the story of your celebration day in REAL TIME.
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