Months and months of planning, shopping, hoping, trusting, and the day comes and .... the dj didn't show up, so the replacement is coached all night.
We used a dj service for our wedding that dispite warnings that the owner was rude and treated his employees badly, and the owner saying horrible things about the person who referred us to him, an ex employee, we engaged their services believing them to be professional. The dj did not show up and the hall followed up and we were sent a technician as a replacement after cocktails, our own entrance and diner had already begun. In our follow up with the owner we were insulted, and told that a grand entrance where the bridal party is introduced with music was not necessary and it was implied it was excessive and grandiose and not done until recent years, and insulted in several ways and treated rudely and not provided with any portion of refund or compensation, only an apology that it was too bad for us. Honestly, I am beyond insulted after the injury, by all of the things he said and his completely dissmissive atttude. There was no Quality in that company. Not this time or the wedding I attended where their equipment shorted out and the music ended shortly after dinner. Between the two weddings I haven't heard them play a full evening. So my ears are still ringing from the way he spoke to me and didn't try to make right.. I want to move on and move into honeymoon mode but the wedding was so much work and the insults were so personal I am a bit stuck. Anyone else have post wedding depression in the early days? What are the best ways to get through?