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#11 KGirl99

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    Posted 21 May 2010 - 09:41 PM

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    Originally Posted by slapsappyhappy
    Yes, since all outside parties have to be over by 10 o clock we are planning to continue the party at the disco! My FI really wants the DJ but I was being cheap and wanted to do the ipod rental. In the file I received this is what it says:

    AUX1Dj Package (4 Hours) 0 to 100 Pax
    AO42Self Amplified Speaker - EV 15" Full Range
    AA12Self Amplified Speaker - Anchor
    AIB814 Ch. Audio Mixer 6ch-Mic/Line Input Mackie - 1402
    AH62Shure UHF-ULXP J1-Combo Mic Wirelles
    AU30CD Player Double de MP3/CD -Denon DN-6000
    CDH3Stand for Speaker
    KA60All cabling, AC extensions and connectors
    Y0A1DJ Technician
    LCENLighting Package 8 par of Leds
    Y030Technician - Setup/Strike


    IDK anything about LED lights...

    It DOES get expensive. However, none of us are really that good about music. I'm a classical music nut and I doubt if any of my guests wants to dance to that. We asked for a 3 hour DJ just for the reception and according to the guy, the DJ does all the announcements so we really do not need a master of ceremonies.

    #12 angelov321

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      Posted 25 May 2010 - 12:44 PM

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      Originally Posted by SophieInLove
      This looks interesting! Im not sure Palace resorts will allow this

      #13 alison15

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        Posted 25 May 2010 - 04:26 PM

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        Originally Posted by angelov321
        I just went through this big headache with ASP and this DJ stuff! I tried to hire an outside DJ that charges 50% less than Palace Resorts DJ. They require that the outside DJ purchase a $500,000 insurance policy, which is obviously ridiculous! Right now I am in negotiations with their DJ to see if he can lower his $1495 fee. Renting the sound system with Ipod hook up is a lot cheaper, but you have to make the whole playlist from beginning to end, giving you more work to do.
        From a wedding I was at in November at ASP, when you do the Ipod rental, they do have someone to run it for you, you just need to make sure you have your list of music set ahead of time. That is what we plan on doing, it worked well for the wedding we were at.

        #14 angelov321

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          Posted 25 May 2010 - 07:05 PM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by alison15
          From a wedding I was at in November at ASP, when you do the Ipod rental, they do have someone to run it for you, you just need to make sure you have your list of music set ahead of time. That is what we plan on doing, it worked well for the wedding we were at.
          I'm thinking I'm going to have to do that. Ill have to borrow someones Ipod, which is why Ive been putting that option off. My Ipod was stolen and I refuse to buy another. Thanks for helping!

          #15 CynLovesLuis

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            Posted 02 November 2010 - 02:35 PM

            so this whole purchasing an insurance policy for your DJ is freaking me out. I booked with an outside DJ....anyone else had to do this?






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