Meet DJ Tim

DJ Tim
Hometown:  Little Egg Harbor NJ
Master of Ceremonies
Entertaining Weddings Since 2011
DJ Weddings all throughout New Jersey
Wedding Entertainment Specialist

Why I Love Weddings:

I love weddings because it is so special to be part of one of the biggest milestones in someone's life. Knowing that I was a key part in making it memorable is such an amazing feeling. 

A Little Bit About Myself:
Being a DJ is definitely my passion and I have been doing it for many years now, but I also have lots of other interests! I work full time as an electrician and I truly love what I do. In my free time, I like to spend time with my soon-to-be wife! We really enjoy going to concerts together, going on dates, and just spending time together in general!  


Most Memorable Wedding Moment:

My most memorable wedding moment was when the couple wanted their parents wedding songs played so that they could see their "first dance." I worked with the couple to mix both the grooms parents first dance song and the brides parents first dance song. The couple surprised their parents and invited them to the dance floor to re-share their first dance together. It was such a heartwarming moment and I was so happy to have been able to provide that experience for the couple and their family. 

How I Handle Music Requests:

When someone comes up to me with a music request, I make sure to find it. Then I see if it fits into what the couple decided to have played at their wedding. If it checks out and I feel it fits into the mix than I will play it. Of course my only exception is if the couple requests a song, that gets played right away. 

How I Get Guests Up And Dancing:

The way I get guest engaged and up on their feet is by being excited and having high energy. I'll put on the cupid shuffle or any high energy song and I will get on the dance floor. By doing so, it lets guest know that it's okay to have fun on the dance floor and it  helps break the ice. Another way I get guest on dance floor is by playing classics like, 'It Takes Two' or 'I Got a Feeling.'