What not to do at a wedding: Tips from Keenan Daniels

Have you ever wanted some inside advice for a successful wedding day to just avoid mistakes others have made? Or to spot trouble and nip it in the bud before it ever occurs. Well here are some tips on what not to do at a wedding from Keenan Daniels a Wedding Dj.

Just Don’t. OK?

Here’s the short version

  • Don’t NOT RSVP and then show up.
  • Don’t bring your camera and get in the way of the hired professionals
  • Don’t ask the DJ for special requests
  • Don’t grab the mic and give a speech if you weren’t specifically asked to
  • Don’t leave you kids unattended
  • Don’t show up if you weren’t invited
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Seriously, running out of food is not what any couple wants to have happen at their wedding. They’ll feel like terrible hosts.

Then the chair thing. They might not have any place for you to sit.

dont sho up with an expensive camera and be in the way of the professionals

This. There are plenty of opportunities for you to get some photos of your friends, But do not. And I repeat Do NOT stand out in the center aisle during the ceremony to get your photo. The couple pays a lot of money for photographers and videographers to be there and won’t appreciate seeing a photo of your back instead of their first kiss.

The better thing to do is just enjoy the evening.

what not to do at a wedding

These tips are brought to you by Keenan Daniels   AKA The MillionDollaMan

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MillionDollaMan makes your weddings and events one that your guests will never forget! He caters to a wide range of audiences: every age, every culture and every race will enjoy any event that the Keenan, AKA the Million Dolla Man is a part of!

Keenan Daniels the MillionDollaMan entertaining the crowd on the dance floor at Circle B Venue

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Bonus info for choosing a wedding DJ

This is an interview with Keenan and another wedding DJ with advice for what to look for in a DJ.

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