"We could not have asked for a better DJ for our wedding. We received a lot of compliments on him from many guests. He definitely kept the party going, in fact he was booed when announced it was the last song of the night. Jarrod is super easy to work with - flexible and listens to what the couple wants. He met with us multiple times before the wedding to go over song lists and every little detail. He was willing to pitch in with many aspects of the reception. We would definitely recommend Jarrod - a professional without the price tag of those big DJ companies." -- Krista D. (wedding)

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Sound and Lights

Metro DC DJs is proud to offer both lights and sound.  Why do we do this?  Because a party with lights is simply more fun, that's what our clients told us.  We have the ability to do different kinds of lighting from uplighting, blacklights, gobos/monograms, special effects, spotlights and more.  We're happy to speak with you about your options.

A Message From Our Owner

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This is a message from the owner of Metro DC DJs, Jarrod Wronski.

Blog To Help Those Looking for Entertainment

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Over the last few weeks, we've run into quite a few brides and grooms, along with some non-wedding event planners who have all had some sort of problem finding entertainment for their event.  Metro DC DJs has developed a new blog to help those looking for entertainment.

Some of what will be covered is below:

  • What to expect when hiring a band or DJ
  • Budgeting for entertainment, how much is too little
  • Asking questions, should I or shouldn't I?

And a lot more will also be covered.  We're still working on the content and will even include posts from some of our brides, other DJs, band representatives and more to help you choose the right DJ, without the sticker shock.

Thinking About Proposing?

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We're entering the the time of year when marriage proposals spike.  The time between Thanksgiving and Valentine's Day.  Maybe it's the fact that all the family is around, it's the season of giving, it's cold outside or the romanticism of Valentine's Day but there are a lot of marriage proposals coming in the next few weeks.

When our own DJ Jarrod proposed to his wife, he did it at a sporting event.  While a lot of people say, "No, don't do that," it was the fact that Jarrod was in complete control of the situation right from the start.  He knew Spring was going to be at the game, and he'd ok'ed the whole thing with the team prior to.  It also helped that Jarrod worked for the team and everyone on the staff not only knew Jarrod, but knew Spring.  All was going to go ok.

However, there are a lot of people who didn't quite have all the facts worked out ahead of time, follow this Yahoo! link to see some people who didn't quite work out all the details.


Avoid Closed Door Vendor Networks

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He's presented you the ring and you just said yes, now comes a litany of questions.  When will you get married, where will the ceremony be, who will be in your bridal party, where are you going on the honeymoon are just a few of the hundreds of questions you will be asked.  You'll also be taxed with deciding on this vendor who can do five things you want, or go with three vendors who can do those same five things.  Or you'll have one vendor stand by a recommendation of this DJ or that photographer, while the other vendors won't even have that person on their list.

When you are put in such a conundrum, it can be difficult to decide, especially if you have a short amount of time in which to organize everything.  But one question you should always ask of your vendors, "How are you compensated by the vendors who you recommend?"  You can also flip this question and ask, "How do you compensate the vendors who recommend you?"

This is a hard, but very important, question to ask.  You want to ask it so you can find out if it's a closed-door network vs. an open-door network.  A closed-door network is basically a group of vendors who recommend each other and offer kickbacks to others in that same network who provide them business.  These kinds of networks are basically pay-to-play and you may not be getting the best for the money you put out.


Uplights & Gobos Make The Difference

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It's a very simple, but elegant addition to your wedding, uplighting.  The picture on the left shows the Grand Masonic Hall at the George Washington Masonic Memorial in Alexandria, Va.  The photo on the right shows the same hall after the addition of uplighting and a custom gobo for the bride and groom.  When the guests entered the hall, they saw the picture on the right and were all struck with the same response, "this room is lovely".

The use of uplighting and a custom gobo changes the room, which is why it is so popular these days with brides and corporate clients.  It is an inexpensive way to add elegance to your wedding reception and colors can be customized to your wants.  In the photos above, you can see how well the lighting accented the linens which were in the color of the wedding.