Bilingual Wedding DJ West Palm Beach FL

Saturday, April 04, 2015

Thanks to a growing Latin community in West Palm Beach, DJ Luna Entertainment has been kept busy in the last few years.

Most of the time Latin couples getting married here look for a DJ & MC who is bilingual as their guests list requires and MC that is fluent in both English and Spanish. For this it is very important that the DJ/MC is truly bilingual and can comfortably and professionally address guests. Just last week I met with a couple who wanted to make sure I had no heavy accent and could speak fluent English. They were so happy and booked me right there and then.

So, make sure and take the time to get together with your DJ. At the very least talk with them on the phone once or twice until you are comfortable and confident that they will deliver. This is specially important when hiring a large DJ company that may have several DJs working for them and will not assign one to you until a week or two before your event.

DJ Luna Entertainment provides professional, truly bilingual, DJ & Master of Ceremony services for weddings and events throughout South Florida. Additional services include decorative uplighting, custom monogram, cake spot lighting and projector rentals.

DJ Luna Entertainment
www.djluna.co
www.facebook.com/mobiledjluna
Tel: 954-399-3460
DJ Services for Weddings, Quinces, Sweet 16s, Private & Corporate Events
Serving Miami, Broward, West Palm Beach and all South Florida

Bilingual Wedding DJ in Miami - Dj Luna

Monday, January 12, 2015

The cultural diversity of Miami, and all South Florida, often call for a DJ and MC that is bilingual. In my case I am fluent in English and Spanish. Fluent being the keyword here.

When hiring a DJ/MC who say they are bilingual, it will always be a good idea to speak with them in both of those languages to make sure they are 100% fluent. At a formal event you need an MC who can communicate clearly with your guests. We have heard of a few events where the couple were very disappointed with how poorly their so called bilingual DJ spoke during their wedding. Doing so over a microphone sounds even worst. Now it may be that your DJ/MC has a little bit of an accent. I think that is ok as long as you think so.

So meet with your DJ. Don't take the venue's or planner's word for it. Meet them in person or talk over the phone. If you are comfortable with them, you will be on your way to having a fun and successful event.

DJ Luna Entertainment
www.djluna.co
www.facebook.com/mobiledjluna
Tel: 954-399-3460
DJ Services for Weddings, Quinces, Sweet 16s, Private & Corporate Events
Serving Miami, Broward, West Palm Beach and all South Florida