By Jeff Hayes
Well, the same applies with your decision of where you will set up your DJ/MC for business with your guests at your reception.
Over the years, one of our biggest challenges is when a bride (or whomever she is listening to) decides to locate the 'ole DJ table far away from the dance floor. We have been right up on the edge of the dance floor (which is a great spot) to waaaaaaay over in the corner where we barely even have enough light to read our notes and every place in between.
I would like to take a moment to publicly share an inside secret; a DJ and MC MUST and I repeat MUST be able to connect with your crowd in order to get them involved. I understand that some brides want to sit right beside the dance floor for the less than an hour they will sit there during dinner. But, let's face it, that all important LOCATION for the betterment of the party should be reserved for the entertainment.
The location of the dance floor is paramount to the success of a great party and the DJ/MC should be located as close as they can be to the dance floor.
There is an experience in the making when The Party Machine plans your event. Make sure to put some great thought in the design and layout of your reception room. Be sure to make the right decision so at the end of the day, when it's all said and done, you've made a decision that is best for the outcome of the event.
**Make sure to check out Location, Location, Location... (Part 2)**
Written by Jeff Hayes (Owner of The Party Machine) and he can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org