My name’s Wayne and I’m a Wedding DJ. There…that wasn’t so bad, was it?
It’s the best job in the world!
I absolutely LOVE what I do for a living, and last year my previous wedding couples underpinned what I do by voting for me in the Four Counties Wedding Awards leading to a Highly Commended award for my services.
Music has always been a massive part of my life, and I love sharing that passion with my customers and their guests at every function I’m asked to work at.
There really IS no better feeling than driving home at a very early hour in the morning after entertaining at a wedding or other special occasion with a massive grin on my face, having seen everybody enjoying the party that I’ve helped to provide.
It’s what I thrive on!
How I work
What? You mean this is work????
I LOVE entertaining people and have done from around the age of 5 (and THAT was a very long time ago when everything was in black & white!)
My ethos is simple – I want you and your guests to remember your wedding as the best you’ve ever been to!
I specialise in offering a simple and relaxed wedding party atmosphere, I certainly DON’T do formal and stuffy, that’s really not my style!
But at the same time, I’m not the stereotypical DJ that will play The Conga and Agadoo at your wedding (I really HATE those songs with a passion).
I strongly believe that a party should be fun instead of formal.
In all seriousness, I take a lot of pride in what I do, and work hard to achieve the perfect atmosphere for your celebration, from the presentation of the equipment to the music played and indeed, my interaction with your guests.
When you hire me to provide the soundtrack to your celebration, you hire a wealth of experience when it comes to filling dance floors.
I won’t take bookings where I’m not the right “fit”, I won’t work to a scripted playlist (because trust me….it really doesn’t work) and I won’t just stand there and press buttons without interacting with your guests (because…..yup, you’ve guessed it…it doesn’t work!)
I’ve had the pleasure of working in some unique locations too, such as a beach at sunrise, the back of a farm wagon in the middle of a field, countless marquees (some miles from anywhere), tipis and barns and even in the vaults of several Cambridge college buildings.
I’ve even been known to DJ at weddings dressed as Dracula, a snowman, in Hawaiian shorts and shirts, and indeed in a top-hat and tails!