RSVP cards can do more than assist you in establishing a head count at your wedding and reception. They can double to promote the dance party. Designate a space on the card whereby your guests can request a song they would like to dance to. This gesture sends the message to your guests that you wish to include them in a fun night of dancing by taking their music tastes into consideration. The more encompassing you are willing to be with the music, the greater the likelihood your guests will dance the night away. Your DJ should honor your “do not plays” and should be able to fit in requested songs at the opportune times
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Jeff was very professional and provided excellent service. Jeff provided many ideas to keep our wedding guests involved. He gave us the idea of the wedding shoe game and everyone talks about how that was hilarious and fun. We had a lot of shy guests that didn’t want to get on the dance floor but Jeff had guests get up and form party lines and had us doing a conga line! It was awesome! Our really only one request was that he keep the dance floor full and with our shy guests he was able to entice involvement and keep the party going. I will recommend him anytime!!! For the organized bride he also makes a good vendor because he replies to all his emails and is very organized himself. He never gave us a worry that he would not fulfill our service agreement and went above and beyond what we ever expected!!- Kimberly & Michael Effinger