Richards Time Machine Mobile Disco is a Wedding Party Specialist with years of experience providing the highest quality entertainment for Brides and Grooms, family and friends.
But what do I mean by top quality?
I believe the same rules should apply for all the very best wedding service providers – rules of passion, care and commitment.
Your DJ must be passionate – not just about the music he loves, but the service he offers, using his skills and experience to meet all your wishes and create the perfect atmosphere for you on the night.
He or she must genuinely care – not just about their image or trying to look cool, but in focussing and using all their professional flair and knowledge to ensure you are having a great time, your party is going with a swing – and making sure every guest in the room feels included.
They must also be completely committed – your DJ will work long hours, sometimes driving considerable distances to arrive and set up in good time.
They will look after you throughout the evening, announce the speeches, coordinate the cutting of the cake, and guide you through your first dance, generating audience support and participation for you all the way – not to mention packing up and driving home after everyone else has left!
Your DJ should have the same values as your dressmaker, your florist or your chef – if you want good soup, buy good ingredients! The quality of the disco will directly reflect in the success of your party – and relatively speaking, a good quality disco is not expensive.
Many newly-weds try to cut costs by booking a cheap disco for the most important event in their lives – they usually regret it! A good disco can be one of the smallest expenses on the day, but booking a quality show will ensure you round off your day with a wonderful celebration for you and your guests to remember and talk about forever – your party can become a family legend!
My Top Tips
1 Don’t try and cut corners – a good quality disco need not be expensive, and can be far more popular, inclusive, flexible and fun than other forms of entertainment.
2 Discuss your ideas with your prospective DJ – does he sound caring, motivated and professional? Try to go along and see him at work – most brides will not mind if he asks them first.
3 Have a look at their website – are there reviews and photos to give you an idea of what they can offer?
To discuss your own requirements in detail, phone me today on 01837 811172
or email email@example.com.
I am based in Devon and travel throughout Devon and Cornwall, and the South West – though clients often book me to travel much further afield!