12 Question Ask At A Wedding Show | Tony Schwartz: Wedding MC & DJ
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12 Questions To Ask At A Wedding Show

Yesterday, I updated my 25 tips to help you make the most of attending a bridal show for 2019. In that post, I encouraged brides to bring a list of questions. If you aren’t sure what to ask, that’s perfectly okay! Here are twelve great questions – some even hard-hitting! – to ask when meeting vendors at your local bridal show.

“Are you available for my wedding date?”
It may seem obvious, but this is the very first question you should ask; especially at larger shows with hundreds of vendors exhibiting. If the vendor is already booked, it’ll save both of you a lot of valuable time.

25 Tips For Attending A Wedding Show | Tony Schwartz: Wedding MC & DJ
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25 Tips For Attending A Wedding Show

With the euphoria of your engagement starting to taper off, it’s time to start the planning process towards your wedding day! And one of the best ways to begin the planning process is by attending a local Puget Sound wedding show! A wedding show – also referred to as a bridal show, wedding expo or bridal fair – is a great tool to kickstart the planning of your wedding; even the busiest of brides will benefit from attending one.

In addition to finding creative inspiration from all the great ideas on display, you’ll have the opportunity to meet local wedding professionals in your area face-to-face. It’s a great opportunity to ask questions and learn more about their experience and what they offer. In essence, attending a wedding show is a great way to accumulate a massive amount of information in a very efficient amount of time.

Questions To Ask A Wedding DJ | Tony Schwartz: Wedding MC & DJ
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Questions To Ask A Wedding DJ

Below is a list of the most important questions to ask a wedding DJ you are considering hiring. They will not only ensure your disc jockey meets professional standards, but they will also help you accurately gauge the DJ’s professionalism, skill set, reliability, personality, honesty, and standards.