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One concern we often hear is that the married couple’s family and friends don’t like to dance, followed by the question “what are you going to do about it?” Before I answer this question, let’s explore why some guests choose not to dance. Three of the most common reasons are Religion, Custom and … well, they’re shy. The DJ can have the best music playing at any given time, but unfortunately people just won’t get up to dance! What to do?

There are many methods to tackle this, starting by working with your DJ to make them aware of your guests musical preference. Everyone has a song or two they can’t resist moving to. Let you DJ know which era and genre your guests are from, an experienced DJ should be able to zero in on their songs just by using this information. For example, if your DJ knows that your parents are from the 80s and love Prince and Michael Jackson, they should be able to expand on this and suggest 5 to 10 other artists that they would love.

A party motivator, separate from an MC is also suggested. The party motivator is a specialist in getting down with the crowd, and, well, motivating. An MC will make the announcements, and get the formalities out of the way, while the motivator will bring the right amount of energy needed, at the proper time, to get everyone up and dancing. An MC sometimes plays the part of motivator, but please inquire first as many MCs simply make great announcements.

One bride did something very interesting which we think all couples should consider. She requested that her guests select a song and return with their RSVP cards. This gives everyone a chance to participate in the Wedding, and you bet the guests are going to be coming up to you telling you that this was their song they selected.

Line dances are another way to get the guests up and running to the dance-floor. Many couples believe line-dances cheesy, but it all depends on your Wedding, and your guests. If your guests grew up dancing to line-dances, chances are they won’t find it cheesy and it will be an opportunity for them to share some time on the dance-floor. A conga-line led by the married couple, where they grab everyone off their seats is always fun, as it involves the superstars of the evening leading the way.

Experienced Wedding DJs have many ways of getting people on the dance-floor with the help of an MC or a motivator, they would play games on the dance-floor to warm the crowd up and then gradually pump the music, which the guests who are already on the dance-floor will have no choice but to dance.

It’s all about finding reasons throughout the night to get the crowd on the dance-floor. Once the guests are comfortable stepping in, there is no reason why they wouldn’t want to go back and rock on. The married couple play a very important role in this as well, as the best wedding receptions involve the bride and groom on the floor.

If your DJ is equipped with the proper music to play, and with the right crowd motivation, you should have the reception your guests will talk about for years to come!

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One concern we often hear is that the married couple's family and friends don't like to dance, followed by the question 'what are you going to do about it?' Before I answer this question, let's explore why some guests choose not to dance. Three of the most common reasons...
One concern we often hear is that the married couple's family and friends don't like to dance, followed by the question "what are you going to do about it?" Before I answer this question, let's explore why some guests choose not to dance. Three of the most common reasons are Religion, Custom and ... well, they're shy. The DJ can have the best music playing at any given time, but unfortunately people just won't get up to dance! What to do? There are many methods to tackle this, starting by working with your DJ to make them aware of your guests musical preference. Everyone has a song or two they can't resist moving to. Let you DJ know which era and genre your guests are from, an experienced DJ should be able to zero in on their songs just by using this information. For example, if your DJ knows that your parents are from the 80s and love Prince and Michael Jackson, they should be able to expand on this and suggest 5 to 10 other artists that they would love. A party motivator, separate from an MC is also suggested. The party motivator is a specialist in getting down with the crowd, and, well, motivating. An MC will make the announcements, and get the formalities out of the way, while the motivator will bring the right amount of energy needed, at the proper time, to get everyone up and dancing. An MC sometimes plays the part of motivator, but please inquire first as many MCs simply make great announcements. One bride did something very interesting which we think all couples should consider. She requested that her guests select a song and return with their RSVP cards. This gives everyone a chance to participate in the Wedding, and you bet the guests are going to be coming up to you telling you that this was their song they selected. Line dances are another way to get the guests up and running to the dance-floor. Many couples believe line-dances cheesy, but it all depends on your Wedding, and your guests. If your guests grew up dancing to line-dances, chances are they won't find it cheesy and it will be an opportunity for them to share some time on the dance-floor. A conga-line led by the married couple, where they grab everyone off their seats is always fun, as it involves the superstars of the evening leading the way. Experienced Wedding DJs have many ways of getting people on the dance-floor with the help of an MC or a motivator, they would play games on the dance-floor to warm the crowd up and then gradually pump the music, which the guests who are already on the dance-floor will have no choice but to dance. It's all about finding reasons throughout the night to get the crowd on the dance-floor. Once the guests are comfortable stepping in, there is no reason why they wouldn't want to go back and rock on. The married couple play a very important role in this as well, as the best wedding receptions involve the bride and groom on the floor. If your DJ is equipped with the proper music to play, and with the right crowd motivation, you should have the reception your guests will talk about for years to come!
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