Cheap disco essex

edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in England
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edited 30 November -1 at 1:00AM in England
i am geting married with a small reception at home and would like someone to play music for us.. nothing fancy as there will be only a few guests with lots of kids.. i cant see much dancing being done as its in our garden

anyone got any suggestions???

TIA
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Atkins since 2004 - 8 stone loss maintaining

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  • Pink.Pink. Forumite
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    shykins,

    As you haven't had any replies on I wanna board, I am moving your thread over to the England board, where hopefully you'll have more luck.

    Pink
  • shykinsshykins Forumite
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    thanks... all i want is somene to play some music lol dont even have to be professional..
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    Atkins since 2004 - 8 stone loss maintaining
  • themadbirdthemadbird Forumite
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    You can always try mixing a few discs yourself :) You can use software called MixMeister - it's perfect - doesn't cost as much as a DJ plus you can make up 80 minute mixes from your fave music :) Sure if you do a google search on it you can find it. HTH
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  • themadbirdthemadbird Forumite
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    Just checked out the website (just put Mixmeister in google to find it) - Mixmeister express costs $49.95 (about £31 ish???) - and you can have fun messing with it :)
    Everyone has a photographic memory, it's just some of them don't have film.
  • themadbirdthemadbird Forumite
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    Also, you can hire some lights from your local DJ shop - I wouldn't ask them to recommend a DJ though because DJ's "usually" charge quite a bit more for weddings (some don't though - hubby is a DJ and he doesn't charge extra for weddings) but just be careful as some see it as easy pickings. If you hire a set of lights (might be about £45 for the evening for something quite basic) and do your own cd's - you can get it all sorted for about £100 in total. You can always put a message on the DFB forum at discocity (again just google search) and they may be able to suggest something too :)

    Congrats on getting married :)
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  • What part of Essex are you in? How much were you looking to pay? And what night is the party on? My OH is a DJ so we know LOADS of them
  • shykinsshykins Forumite
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    thanks everyone for the ideas and the congrats :)

    i am near maldon/South woodham ferrers... .... the date is 24th September .. to run from approx 7-11ish

    i thought i would be able to sort it for less than £100 but maybe i am being naive as to be honest i have no idea how much they charg, never having had one before
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  • LOL My OH is in SWF!!!!!

    £100 would be exceptioinally cheap actually. Usually weddings cost between £200 to £300 depending on DJ. I'll have a word with him and see if he knows anyone who could do it cheap
  • Actually if you email him through the website then he may be able to come up with some bright ideas

    DJNeilMatthew
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