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Welcome to our Wedding Entertainment section. When planning your Wedding, it always helps to have some knowledge and information about purchasing products and hiring vendors before booking.

Here you will find our informative "What You Should Know" Series of Articles on many aspects of planning the Entertainment for your Wedding along with some other helpful suggestions.

We have also put together a list of CPDJA DJs that are Certified Wedding Planners. These DJs have taken additional specialized training to ensure your Wedding Day is a great experience.

The easiest way to find the right DJ for your Wedding Celebration is to search our Canada Wide Database by clicking on the "Looking For A DJ?" graphic below.

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If you have a comment or suggestion for articles, please let us know!

Happy Wedding Planning!


What Are The Wedding Toasts?
What Are The Wedding Toasts? There are basically five (5) toasts and three (3) responses that are presented at the wedding reception. Some of these are "optional" and all toasting can be optional if you wi...More
Should You Feed Your DJ?
Should You Feed Your DJ?   The short answer is Yes. Why? The nature of your DJ's tasks requires an extended day and they can't leave their Equipment or Music unattended. They also can't shut it all down and take a dinner bre...More
Choosing Your Disc Jockey
Choosing Your Disc Jockey.   Unless you have seen a Disc Jockey at a function that has impressed you, finding the right DJ for your wedding can be difficult. It's not always the "best price" th...More
What You Should Know BEFORE You Book Your Venue
When you Book a Banquet Venue, you are Buying both the Food and the Atmosphere.   Most Venues will provide you with the opportunity to taste their food prior to booking. But what about the atmosphere? Recently, many Banquet Venues ...More
Why Music CD Gifts Are Illegal
Did You Know that Music CD Gifts for Your Guests are Illegal. If this is you, you're not alone. Let's look at this issue historically. It's a tradition for some Brides and Grooms to provide a small gift o...More
Tips & Suggestions
Tips & Suggestions. Tip #1 When you are planning your guest seating at your wedding reception, seat your grandparents and any other senior or elderly guests away from the dance floor and the loud music. ...More
In-House Sound Systems
In-House Sound Systems What You Should Know… written by Dave Hastings, CPDJA National President. Banquet venues have been installing their own sound and lighting equipment as a way to generate additional revenue. Many venues not only insist...More
To iPod or Not? - Pre-Recording Your Own Wedding Reception Music
To iPod or Not? Pre-Recording Your Own Wedding Reception Music What You Should Know… written by Dave Hastings, CPDJA National President. If you are planning on using an i-Pod, computer, or "burned" CD compilations to play music at an even...More
Location, Location, Location
Location, Location, Location What You Should Know… written by Dave Hastings, CPDJA National President. If you’re looking to buy property, any good Real Estate Agent will tell your choice of location is the number one factor to cons...More
“I Don’t Want to Spend a Lot on a DJ – It’s Just Music…” – Said Every Regretful Bride…
“I Don’t Want to Spend a Lot on a DJ – It’s Just Music…” – Said Every Regretful Bride… Although this article is lengthy, it’s important! It’s in praise of the humble, and often overlooked...More