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  • Writer's pictureDan Obermann

Wedding DJ 101: What to Wear on the Big Day


So you're getting married! Congrats! Now it's time to start thinking about all those important details that will make your wedding day perfect. One of those details is choosing a wedding, DJ. But wait, there's more! Once you've found the perfect wedding DJ, you need to make sure they know what to wear. Yes, believe it or not, what your DJ wears on your big day is just as important as the music they play. Here's a quick guide to help you make sure your DJ is dressed to impress.




The first thing to consider when deciding what your DJ should wear is the overall tone and style of your wedding. Is it formal? Black tie? Beach chic? Once you've determined the vibe of your nuptials, you can start narrowing down your options for what your DJ should wear. If you're having a formal affair, you'll probably want your DJ to don a suit or tuxedo. If it's a more relaxed gathering, khakis and a nice button-down shirt might be more appropriate. And if you're having a destination wedding or outdoor celebration, light, airy fabrics in neutral colors are always a good choice.



Of course, you also want to make sure your DJ's attire complements your wedding color palette. You don't want them to stick out like a sore thumb in photos! A good rule of thumb is to have them wear one of your accent colors so they coordinate with the overall look and feel of your big day.



Finally, it's important to remember that less is more when it comes to wedding DJs (and really, any vendor!) Since they'll be busy moving around and setting up equipment, you don't want them to be weighed down by heavy fabrics or bulky accessories. A simple outfit that they can move freely in is always best.



When it comes to choosing what your wedding DJ should wear on your big day, there are a few things to keep in mind. First, consider the overall tone and style of your wedding and use that as a starting point for picking out an outfit. Next, make sure their attire complements your wedding color palette so they don't stick out in photos. And finally, remember that less is more—you don't want them to be weighed down by heavy fabrics or bulky accessories. With these tips in mind, you're sure to find the perfect outfit for your DJ that will help make your wedding day even more special!


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