Really, you get 6 hours to do it right. Let’s assume for just 1 moment that every vendor you deal with is top shelf but the DJ is mediocre. How would the night feel? You can’t make up for bad entertainment. So hire the DJ that will get the job done right the first and only time. Hire the deejay willing to put his money where his mouth is. There are few other professions in the world that rely so much on perfection. Most any other occupation allows for a second chance, even many surgeries can later be corrected. BUT a wedding is a one shot opportunity to do it right. Finding a good DJ is not as hard as you think. Optimal Music Entertainment has been producing high quality DJ events for 12 years. In 12 years, we have specialized in performing at all types of venues. We service Savannah, Hilton Head, Jacksonville, Statesboro, Macon, Tybee Island. The Georgia, South Carolina and North Florida area.
ure, the music is important but with weddings you need to consider the importance of, “keeping the party going.” Your DJ determines the pace of your reception whether you like it or not. The truth is as a DJ service we pride ourselves as making your wedding the best it can be. We see to it the things we discussed are handled from the grand introduction through the toasts and bridal dances to the very last song of the evening. It’s just too important to mess up. When you work with the best wedding DJ service, you get the attention you deserve. Every wedding reception we do gets our full attention. We are not on the cell phone while your having a bridal dance, or out having a smoke on your special day. We always provide the best entertainment money can buy. Why spend a fortune if you don’t have to? O.M.E. is where price and quality meet.
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aaron · Married on 04/12/2017
Absolutely your worst choice. The first wedding I did for him came at the last minute with horrible complaints from the wedding party about how unreliable Greg (lishis), the owner was. I later discovered this to be true in April when i did another last-minute wedding for Greg. He has been avoiding paying me since April and I have the text message history to prove it. He asked me to use his particular wireless mic for the first wedding. I tried to return the mic and thereby receive payment numerous times ( all documented clearly via texts), however he somehow thought it would make sense to deny paying me since I "had his mic that he like to rent out to people" and was costing HIM money Yes I am referring to the mic that i have been trying to return since the first wedding last year!!!!! (Never answers his phone either)Sent on 08/25/2017