About 20 years ago, wedding DJs had a much different style than today. The ability to mix the music was just developing as an art form and had not worked itself into wedding DJing. It wasn’t until the mid 2000s that young nightclub-style mixing DJs began focusing on weddings. Prior to this, wedding DJs were known to be corny older men with hoola hoops and glitter, who would get out on the dance floor and teach your grandma how to do the chicken dance while he egged-on your groom to throw cake in your face. This might sound hilarious to watch, but it is not exactly the energy or atmosphere I would want to portray at my once in a lifetime event. I am not saying that all older DJs have this ridiculous over-performing style, but I will say that out of all the older DJs I have personally encountered, their attitude, equipment, mixing style, and personality have not been what I would expect for my fresh, fun, and modern wedding.
Dj Cutt Entertainment