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2015 Wedding Entertainment & DJ Trends For DC Metro Area and the Country

By |August 12th, 2015|

Let this blog be music to your ears as we give you the all the tips & trends for 2015 Wedding Entertainment & DJ’s.

Battle of the Bands vs. DJs
Determining whether a band or DJ suits your wedding reception can be a challenging decision. Do you want your guests to experience live entertainment or dance the night away […]

Complete Guide to Wedding Music for Maryland

By |August 8th, 2015|

From your ceremony to the very last dance, find tons of song recommendations for your wedding from Scratch Weddings.

      ► Wedding Morning Playlist          
          ► Songs to Avoid for the First Dance

      ► Ceremony Processional
          ► Father-Daughter Dance

      ► Ceremony Recessional

Cool Lighting Trends For Your Wedding Brides And Grooms In Maryland Are Requesting

By |August 7th, 2015|

Uplighting, ceiling effects, light towers, monograms… There is a decorating trend that has spread among wedding receptions and you have probably never thought about it until you started planning yours. Most people think of mobile DJ companies as your wedding stop for music and emcees. However, these same companies are increasingly offering more services as […]

The Dos And Don’ts Of Having A Wedding Hashtag

By |August 6th, 2015|

According to Wedding Professionals in Maryland,

thanks to smart phones, couples can rely on more than just their photographer to document every detail of their wedding day. In fact, guests can sometimes capture behind-the-scenes moments and perspectives that the bride and groom might miss during their whirlwind day. To make sure they see all of it, […]

Top Songs requested at Weddings in Maryland and across the country

By |August 6th, 2015|

Catchy hook in simple songs top requests says Maryland Wedding DJs.

They are the songs of summer, the soundtracks to swim meets, weddings and the boardwalk that seem to never turn off, playing over and over again — and then again.

A few years ago, it was “Call Me Maybe,” played so relentlessly that an alternative title […]