This Wedding Page is created to advise and assist you in planning your evening wedding reception and your wedding disco.

Average UK Wedding Cost

Wedding Cake £200
Wedding Venue or Marquee £600
Reception Decorations £150
Wedding Reception £2,000
Evening Reception £750
Drinks £750
Wedding Disco / Band £500
Bride's Going Away Outfit £150
Wedding Night Venue £125
Honeymoon £1,500
Wedding Insurance £50
Wedding Rings £350
Wedding Dress £700
Wedding Veil £150
Bridal Bouquet £75
Shoes and Accessories £125
Bride's Beauty Treatments £75
Bridesmaids' Dresses £500
Groom's Outfit £150
Flowers £200
Wedding Stationary £300
Wedding Car Hire £300
Civil/Church Fees £200
Wedding Photography £400
Videography £400
Other Expenses £300
TOTAL £11,000


As a Mobile Disco, we understand that in planning your wedding reception you have lots of things to organise, and we do, on occasion, get asked to give an example of the running order of a Wedding Reception and the role in which the Mobile Disco plays in ensuring that your special day is a success.

Please remember that all wedding receptions are different, and this page is simply a guide. We do carry thousands of music tracks, which span the last five decades, and so the music that your mobile disco will play, can be just as varied as the wedding guests attending.

All audiences are different, and a lot of what we play will depend on 'reading' the audience and watching the reaction on the dancefloor, no DJ, however experienced, can predict an exact playlist in advance of your own function since musical taste is as individual to each person as is their taste in food, drink, fashion etc.

It is tradition at Wedding Receptions, for the Bride and Groom to have the first dance, and this usually signals the start of the actual disco. If you have invited Evening Guests, who may not have attended the actual Wedding Ceremony, then it is often advisable to leave the first dance until the majority of the guests have arrived, and suitable background music is played during this period.

The Bride and Groom also choose the first track, and sometimes also choose a second track as well. The second track is usually played and dedicated to the Bride and her Father, or for the Bride & Groom to invite their friends and relatives to join them on the dancefloor. This second track is not obligatory, but can be included if required

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