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#1 PurpleWitch

Posted 09 February 2005 - 06:33 PM

I need a decent DJ girls - one you could personally recommend.
NO tossers who want to play country music! lol!

Any ideas?

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#2 becster

Posted 09 February 2005 - 07:34 PM

We had DJ Rodney from DaDoRonRon for our wedding.
He was fantastic. really made the night, great music, read the mood really well, was not intrusive. Big thumbs up for DJ Rodney from me.

Bec
EDD August 2005

#3 PurpleWitch

Posted 09 February 2005 - 08:14 PM

Thanks Bec,

Can you tell me how much it was?

Cheers.



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#4 MrsG

Posted 09 February 2005 - 09:22 PM

Hey there,
Well i am in my element with all these wedding q's.
We had DJ Craig Mcallister he is in Dianella. Can not reccommend him high enough. 3 couples that were engaged at my wedding have since hired him for theirs.
Only about $700 which was average. For me the DJ is the most important person to get right, they make sure you guests have fun and boy we all did.

PM me if i can help in any way.

Good luck.

ME 23
DH 32
Married 13/03/04
Starting IVF in '05'


#5 EveDallas

Posted 09 February 2005 - 10:07 PM

Same as MrsG, we had Craig McAllister for our wedding, and he was just great.  He was entertaining the entire night and we had a ball.  Highly recommended.

Cheers,

Sharon
DH Ian
DS Ryan




#6 EveDallas

Posted 10 February 2005 - 12:13 AM

Hi, Craig McAllister works on his own (not with a company).

Cheers,
Sharon

#7 Alina-0210

Posted 10 February 2005 - 12:31 PM

I know Mark from Tempo Music.

He is really good and well priced too.

Me - 22
DH (Matt) - 24
Baby #1 EDD 14/07/05

Alina


#8 rainbowgirl

Posted 10 February 2005 - 03:25 PM

Jason at DaDooRonRon is brilliant!!!!

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DH 27
TTC #1 since September 04
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#9 OzMummy

Posted 10 February 2005 - 03:49 PM

Hi there,

We used Brian Santich for our wedding.  He owns his own company called Compact Entertainment.  He was just brilliant and like another poster said re: her DJ friends of ours have since booked him for their own wedding.  We also used him for a Christmas function.

If you would like his details PM me and I'll gladly pass them onto you.

Good luck I just looooooved organising our wedding!!!

PS He cost around $700 and we had him from 5.30pm until 12.  Our wedding went on a little longer and he happily stayed without charge until 1am!

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#10 Ryloe

Posted 11 February 2005 - 10:06 AM

Hi

We had 'Bron' from DodaRonron and she was also fantastic, I think they have a fairly good reputation
HTH

Nic; its usually good to check out the DJ's that your venue recommends original.gif they usually know them fairly well.




#11 Naomi*

Posted 11 February 2005 - 03:25 PM

Anna

We had Craig McAllister and he was the best DJ ever. You will not get better I promise.

I cant recommend him enough, all my family came over from NSW for our wedding, and all they talked about was the DJ. He was fantastic!!!!

Cheers
Naomi

Me 28
DH 28
Bubba #1 due 25th August!

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#12 FunkyChooken

Posted 12 February 2005 - 12:49 PM

Hi
My DJ is $420 for 5.5 hours.  He came highly recommended by two different people.   I will PM you the details if you want...

Bianca

Me: 25 yrs
DP: 26 yrs
DD1 Paige Ashlee 6.5yrs
DD2: Emily Jayde 4.5 yrs
D?3: Due June 2005!!! YAY!!




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