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The reception is where picking a good DJ really helps the bride and groom celebrate their marriage with their friends. The music really does set the mood and a Disk Jockey with a good collection of CDs is a must. The DJ is also an Master Of Ceremonies at times - - doing announcement, setting the mood, telling jokes and other items.

You should also bring your OWN CD if you want to hear a special song. There are lots of songs out there and a DJ certainly has a lot, but it is very doubtful if they have everything.

Talk to the DJ and find out what kind of music he usually plays. Ask for a play sheet of the records that he has. This will help determine if the music that he has is what you want played.

Mobile Music; David R. Efaw; 503.692.4498; Fax 503.612.9433

Firefly Entertainment Services; 503.622.4221; e-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

45th Parallel Productions; 800-793-0868; Aron D. Bradley; Wedding and event video, DJ service also. They have a great mobile audio / video van that they take with them. Good for remote sites.

High Fidelity; Craig Brown; 360-576-6589 (877 2-Get-A-DJ; This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Two Hearts Connected; Mike & Sandy Vandaudengaeger; 503-359-91931

No endorsement is made toward any of these DJs. They are just some of the ones that have played at weddings I have attended. I was very busy photographing to take critical note of how well they did overall. I do coordinate with them (for photographs and timing etc.) and these people I had no problem working with. People did get up and dance for at least 1/2 the time music played which is about normal.

A site to find Wedding DJs is WEDJ.COM. It is both a DJ and photo referral site. I am listed on there.

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