Getting Marriage Right

A Key West DJ friend recently did a facebook post on another DJ’s dilemma, looking for input from other wedding professionals.

The way it was put on the post, a DJ performed at a wedding where the party was rocking, the dance floor was constantly full and every guest expressed that they had a good time. The DJ ended the evening, feeling that he had done his job very well.

Not long after, the DJ received an email from the bride, saying that she wanted to meet about the DJ’s performance. Apparently, everything that the DJ did to ensure that the guests had a good time, “took away” from the emphasis on the Bride and it was her day. The Dj wanted to know what to do.

Actually, the BRIDE needs advice on what to do. And it’s very simple. THANK THE DJ FOR THE GOOD TIME AND THE JOB WELL DONE. THEN GROW UP REALLY FAST, IF YOU WANT TO SAVE YOUR MARRIAGE!

Nothing in marriage is “all about you” whether you’re the bride or the groom and if I have to tell you that in this blog, sorry to say, you are just not ready for marriage.

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