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Kent and his team at Gudlite played our wedding social in February. He was in touch right up to the event and created a request portal for us to share with our guests and played all the songs that were requested. He arrived punctually for set up and took care with the venue and was back to start the event right on time. We had an odd request for a song to start the evening and despite not totally getting the inside joke behind it, he complied without a second thought. He had the dance floor hoping all night and the music was well mixed, the perfect volume, and enjoyed by all. Our wedding is coming up in October and we can't wait to work with Kent again!! Would 100% recommend him and his team for any of your DJ needs.

Nicki & Ian

How to Find Your DJ

How to find your DJ

Planning a wedding can be both fun and difficult. With so many options out there and so much to consider, how do you prioritize what you need from what you want to what you can do without? Let's face it, when looking for your caterer, venue, photographer, videographer, entertainment, flowers, invitations, dresses, tuxedoes... and the list just keeps on going, it can be very overwhelming.

Find the right DJ for you

Gudlite Entertainment would like to help ease the stress. There are a lot of different types fo DJs out there, all with their own style. Prices can range from $600 - $5,000 for a wedding. Some DJs come prepared to play music and do basic announcing while others go out of their way to help create memories with stories and special songs. Some DJs are fantastic beat mixers and others fade in/out of songs. All of these DJs are OK, as long as they are the style of DJ you want.

How to Find Your DJ was created to help you find the right DJ for you. Not every DJ out there will be a match for you, and finding the right one is important. Remember, they will be representing you to your family and friends.

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Read the contracts carefully and ask questions if there is something you do not understand. Ensure that all the details are correct. Your vendor will use this to determine everything, from start times to dates to anything else in the contract. All important items, such as fees, dates, times, clauses etc. should be documented in the contract.

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