Wedding DJ for Hire
“Simply the best wedding DJ in London.”
Amazing! What a night! We didn’t stop dancing! It was a fabulous wedding!
You want your wedding to be memorable for all the right reasons, and for you, your friends and family to have the best day ever.
The music that’s played, and the wedding DJ that plays it, are key to everyone having a great time.
Which is why so many couples hire wedding DJ Tony Winyard. As one of the UK’s leading wedding DJs, Tony knows how to create an amazing atmosphere throughout the day, when to play the right music at the right time, how to handle requests from guests, and manage volume levels so everyone’s happy.
No wonder Tony was awarded UK Wedding DJ of the Year in 2016.
Book Tony as your wedding DJ for the entire day or just for the evening. Or why not book his wedding MC services as well and let him take care of everything?
Want to book Tony as your wedding DJ? Get in touch now to check availability.
“It’s the biggest day of your life and I want it to be perfect for you. So preparation is key. I often have two or three meetings with couples to really get to know you, talk about the music, and to hear your love story. It means that on the day you have nothing to worry about. All you have to do is enjoy yourselves!” – Tony Winyard
so there’s something to suit all tastes
performing as an international club DJ
mixing experience and music knowledge
Music at your ceremony
Music isn’t just for your evening celebrations. Carefully selected background music creates a lovely ambience, whether you’re having a church, registry office or civil ceremony. Tony will help you choose music for the:
- Prelude: Your 30-minute personal soundtrack playing in the background while your family and friends arrive for the ceremony
- Processional: Carefully selected welcome music as you walk up the aisle
- Interlude: Four meaningful songs while you sign the register and pose for photographs
- Recessional: A joyous celebration track as you walk back down the aisle as newlyweds
Music at your wedding breakfast
Background music at your wedding breakfast ensures everyone is relaxed and can enjoy the meal and good company. Tony can help you choose the right music for the:
- Drinks reception, straight after the ceremony, to create a happy atmosphere
- Grand entrance, with a personalised theme tune, as you and your wedding party guests arrive
- Cutting of the cake, to mark this significant moment
- First dance, whether that’s a simple smooch, rehearsed choreography, or a specially edited track including a pre-recorded message or your vows
Music at your evening celebration
As the evening party gets going, Tony uses all his experience and mixing skills to create an electric atmosphere and keep the dance floor packed. He reads the room to ensure all family members and friends are having a ball and announces special dedications if required. He also makes sure no-one is forced to dance against their wishes. We finish the night with fabulous leaving music to send you on your way in style.
With one of the most eclectic music collections in the UK, there’s bound to be something you love. Simply click and drag songs on to our online portal to build your four personal playlists: Must play, Play if possible, Play if requested, Do not play.
“Tony knows how to read the crowd so the dance floor was never empty.”
ABS & ROB
“Tony is more than just a DJ – he’s your toast master/wedding planner/general on hands guy on the day.”
MICHELLE & KEITH
“Tony’s production values, from the lighting, music during the ceremony and throughout dinner and the party were absolutely first-class.”
GITA & STEVE
“As an experienced wedding DJ, I know it’s not about the music, it’s about the moment. I remember one wedding I was DJing at: it was around 11pm and most of the older guests had gone home apart from the groom’s grandparents who were in their 90s. I was playing full on dance music and the whole dance floor was jumping up and down with their hands in the air. And so were the grandparents who were having the time of their lives. I’m 99% certain that they would never listen to a song like that usually, but they were totally caught up in the moment and the music was almost irrelevant.” – Tony Winyard