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The problem I encounter at weddings I dj are the room or the Dance floor not proportion to the amount of people at the wedding.

Sometimes at a wedding, people just go to a venue for the sake of going to a venue and the room or option they want are not available. Then the salespeople offer an alternative to the option they wanted or they offer a cheaper alternative. Beware of this, because the salesperson are just trying to fill their rooms for the weekend.

When booking a room you want it to look filled up. You also want to look at the dance floor and figure out that not everybody will dance, regardless of how great everything will be. Some people just hang out at the bar, some people smoke, some people will be in the washroom, and so on. You get the idea, there may be other things going on at your wedding that does not mean all of your guests will be on the dance floor. If you get a photo booth, 10 or more people will be there, once late night food stations come out, people will go and eat again.

Here’s the key to sizing up your dance floor, make it small. You want the dance floor to look packed, and even if there is not enough room for everybody to dance, it is better to have a smaller dance floor and crowd it, than have people feel like they are the only one dancing.

The same rule should apply when sizing up your room, make sure the tables and main areas are close to each other. Too much room makes the party feel distant. If you have no choice with the room or dance floor, ask them about a solution to making the dance floor or room feel smaller.

I have seen rooms put tables on the dance floor and use partitions to bring the room in.

In my experience parties that have had too much room and not enough people have not been the greatest. This is something you must be aware of before putting a deposit down.

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