When you are planning the evening entertainment for your wedding, the most important decision that you will have to make is regarding the music that you have. You will want something that appeals to everyone, so that all of your guests have a great time. There are several myths when it comes to wedding music that you may think will be an issue, but in reality they will not be. The most popular myths are discussed below.

A DJ Will Talk Over The Music



Many people worry that if they choose a DJ, they will spend too much time talking and not enough time playing music. If you choose an experienced wedding DJ though, this should not be an issue. They will understand that people want to listen to the music can not to them. You can arrange with the DJ beforehand the announcements that you want him to make, and when these should be made.

A Band Will Take Long Breaks

The band will need a break, but you can talk to them so that you can arrange a schedule that suits you and them. The band may agree that they will play longer sets and take shorter breaks, but there may be an extra fee for this. There may be certain times where you don’t need the band to play, such as when people are eating and when the cake is being cut, so you can ask them to use these times as their break.

You Can’t Have A Band And DJ


Although this will be the most expensive option, you can choose to have both a wedding band and DJ. It may be a good idea to ask the band if they have a DJ that they have worked with before, as this means that they probably already have a routine that complements each other, which will ensure that you get the best of both worlds for your wedding.