SC Party DJ Blog
Just a quick note to say that after numerous years as The Wedding DJ and SC Party DJ we have decided to rebrand to a shorter name that is easier to say when we answer the phone. Starting at the beginning of this year (2016) we have officially changed our name to just "SC Party DJ". The name may have changed but the service is still top rated and award winning.
At The Wedding DJ & SC Party DJ we pride ourselves in having the best equipment, sound and light shows in Greenville, SC but we are most proud of our customer service. The owner, Corey Brown, learned at a very young age that what sets competitors apart from one another is customer service. Yes we have the best DJ's and equipment but more importantly when the need arises we will pitch in and bandage the flower girls finger, setup chairs, setup heaters and boil water for hot chocolate. These are just a few of the things we have done in the past couple of months to ensure that events have gone off without a hitch. Hire the best call Corey at 864.367.9546.
Several weeks ago we wrote an article on BlogSpot and Enzine about the trend of the noisy and overly chatty DJ becoming a thing of the past. Who hasn't heard the story of why we cut the cake and who really cares so let's get someone who can make an announcement without making a dissertation out of it. At The Wedding DJ & SC Party DJ we can talk alongside the best talkers - we just choose not to. We make short deliberate announcements and guide our couples throughout the day with ease. Several venues have told us what a pleasure it was to have someone who did not feel like they needed to talk all night long. Well shortly after righting my article I read one by Colin Cowie Weddings titled "11 ways to make your wedding more fun" (to read click on the link: http://www.colincowieweddings.com/articles/wedding-basics-etiquette/fun-wedding-reception-ideas but in the article under #4 it states
4. Amazing DJ
No pressure, but a DJ can make or break your wedding reception. You don’t want someone shouting into the microphone all night, but rather someone who can manage the flow of the party with ease. Choose a DJ who just gets you and accepts your disdain for group dances.
All credit for this excerpt goes to Colin Cowie weddings which is trademarked.
Apparently we got it right, noisy and overly chatty DJ's are becoming a thing of the past.
What a Beautiful wedding this past Saturday with Amanda and Chris.
The Wedding DJ & SC Party DJ provided ceremony and reception music
We had an awesome team of vendors: Paula Kay Photography, Bagatelle Caterers, Dr. Pam Cole (Minister), and View Point at Buckhorn Creek #greenvillewedding #yeahthatgreenville — at View Point at Buckhorn Creek.
Sometimes ceremonies and receptions are difficult to set up and take a lot of time and effort. This couple made it all worth while. From the time I arrived until the moment I left Melissa and Thomas and their family treated me like family. It was such a beautiful day by the lake. As a matter of fact someone even went for a swim which apparently is another family tradition. It was all caught on camera by Ashley Amber Photo.