How to create the perfect party atmosphere

06 Jun 2017

Give your wedding guests the time of their lives with these ideas to create an electric party atmosphere – from Your Perfect Night Discos 

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One of the most important parts of planning a wedding is creating a vibrant party atmosphere that will guarantee your guests a good time. By allowing the experts to run the party for you, couples can rest assured that their celebration is in good hands. Your Perfect Night Discos hosts wedding parties around the UK and Europe; here, the team offer their advice in how to get the party started and keep it going long into the evening.

DJ and disco

There is no easier way to fuel the fun of your special day than by hiring a DJ and disco to keep the dance floor filled from dusk till dawn. A DJ will have extensive experience in knowing exactly what tunes will please a diverse crowd – from classic anthems to chart toppers and everything in between, but it is also good to add your favourite tracks to the playlist in advance of the wedding. Having a DJ takes the stress out of manning a playlist from an iPod or laptop. A DJ can also create and maintain an ‘atmosphere’ with sound and lighting, laser effects, dry ice, snow, bubbles, and smoke and haze. What’s more, with a multitude of DJs with various working styles available to you, there is plenty of choice to ensure you find the perfect match. 



Photobooths and Magic Mirrors

Photobooths will never go out of fashion, serving to entertain your guests while securing the memories in instant photo keepsakes. There are various photobooths you can opt for to meet the requirements of your wedding day – from baby booths to jumbo booths. Magic Mirrors also add an element of fun to your evening reception, taking an instant selfie which your guests can electronically sign. Add a set of fancy dress props and you have the recipe for an unforgettable experience.




Silent disco

Although it may not sound like a dance floor filler, a silent disco is a novelty way to keep guests entertained. The beauty of a silent disco is that you can choose a few tracks to be transmitted through the headsets, allowing guests to select a song that suits their own personal taste in music. Many wedding venues have restrictions on noise levels and even music curfews, so a silent disco is the perfect option to carry on the party in a non-raucous way. Opt for a silent disco as an add-on to a DJ or disco for celebrations to continue into the early hours.


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