Few things are more entertaining in life than seeing your goofy uncle or 90-year old grandma getting down on the dance floor. That said, we all know just how crucial the right music is to a successful wedding reception. Most brides and grooms-to-be cannot overstate how important it is to have their guests happy, engaged, and up on their feet — dancing the whole night. When planning your perfect wedding, make sure the entertainment is at the tippy top of your list. To help out, here are our picks for the best DJs in the Boston area.
DJ Michael O’Neill is among the most sought-after entertainers in the entire New England area. He is known for creating a party-perfect environment that’s not too loud or distracting, but just right for having a great time among friends and family. He pays close attention to not only the songs you love, but also the songs you want to stay away from—and we all know that’s equally as important for a successful night. Read real brides' reviews here!
If a one-stop shop sounds like a dream come true, then 617 Weddings is definitely worth a look. Not only do they offer superior DJ options, but the company was created to take care of pretty much everything related to your reception. This includes entertainment, photography, videography, and even soup-to-nuts wedding planning if you so desire. Former guests have raved about how the DJs had a knack for gauging the crowd to see which direction to take the music in. What a skill! No wonder they’re perennial darlings of both The Knot and Wedding Wire. Read real brides' reviews here!
Beat Train Productions
Beat Train Productions has been successfully serving wedding parties in both Boston and New York for 10 years now. They keep the idea of creating a unique wedding experience at the top of their list, so you don’t feel like you’re on a wedding conveyor belt of standard songs. Beat Train will sit down with you at length to plan and create a more than memorable experience from creative intros to that memorable last dance. Read real brides' reviews here!