Nobody Puts DJ in the Corner
Today we will be giving you reception layout tips and how to set up around the DJ and dance floor.
All month long we will be discussing tips for selecting seating arrangements to help layout and explain how to seat guests at your wedding.
This week we will be talking about the room layout of your wedding party.
First of all, give yourself plenty of time to set up the tables and figuring out where everything is going to go. Meet with the venue coordinator and walk around the event space to see all the possibilities of how things can be laid out. This aspect of your special day could either make or break the experience for everyone in attendance. Nobody wants to be stuck in the very back corner or right next to the loud speakers.
The layout of the tables is crucial because it depends on where the DJ and the dance floor is setup. You don’t want tables between the speakers and dance floor. You also don’t want any of the speakers near the tables in the event of blowing out your guests ears. To avoid the stress you should talk to the people in charge of the venue beforehand and ask for tips on the how they think you should setup. More than likely they have done dozens of weddings and will be able to give the perfect setup for what you’re looking for.
Don’t be stressed over your reception layout, they are professionals for a reason and you need to let them do their job. Ask as many questions as you need till you feel fully satisfied with the game plan. It will take some weight off of your shoulders when your special day is actually here. Enjoy your day and let the professionals take over, sit back and relax.
Stay tuned for next Wednesday for more wedding tips to help you make your perfect day complete and stress free!
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