This article originally appeared on MarthaStewartWeddings.com on November 30th. (LINK)
By Maya Wong of Martha Stewart Weddings
For DJs, there’s a lot more to their job than just pressing start and stop on your wedding playlist. We asked Nguyen, owner of Los Angeles wedding DJ booking agency, Blackbook Social Club, and Dan Rosenbach, owner of San Francisco wedding DJ company, Love in the Mix, to share their secret pet peeves and best advice for couples getting married.
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Keep the photo booth and bar in the same area as the dance floor
A separate bar and dance floor means the crowd gets spread out and less people are having fun on the dance floor. Nguyen says, “The party goes wherever the bride and groom go, so if the bar and photo booth are outside, the party would follow the bride and groom to the bar and photo booth.”