Impression DJs is excited to be announced the winner of the 2016 Australian Bridal Industry Academy (ABIA) awards for the NSW category of Disc Jockey, and finalist for the NSW category of Master of Ceremonies.
Hiring anyone for your wedding can quickly become a stressful experience, especially if you’re not sure exactly what you want or have a set budget in mind. While we can’t help you with cakes or even dresses, we can definitely help you ask the right questions when hiring a DJ for your special day.
Impression DJs were excited to be part of the 2014 series of The Bachelor on Channel 10. Look out for our DJ’s on the 14th August episode.
We just wanted to say a massive thank you for all of your help on the shoot we did in June. You were an absolute dream to work with, especially with such short notice.
Brent was amazing on the day, we couldn’t have been happier with the shoot. Just to let you know your episode will air on Thursday 14th August. Thanks so much again for everything, we hope you enjoy the series!
Natalie & Laura.”
Sorting through the myriad of suppliers for a wedding can be quite daunting, including finding the right DJ. Here are some simple tips for selecting the right DJ for you, and how to avoid the pitfalls.
The first thing people think about when planning their wedding is “should we have a DJ or a band?” The two greatest advantages of a Wedding DJ are the cost and the variety of music that can be played. A DJ would cost considerably less than a band; and in some cases you can save thousands. The variety of music a Wedding DJ can play is nearly unlimited. DJs have the advantage of being able to play original music from the original artists. They can also play for extended periods of time catering for both dinner and dancing. With a DJ you have the option of music playing for your ceremony if required. You can basically have a DJ the entire event at a fraction of the cost.