Sweet 16 and Wedding DJ in NJ

Wedding DJ

We specialize in NJ weddings because by far, your wedding is one the most significant days of your life. It should be a day of celebration and joyful memories that reflect the love you share for each other. It takes months/Years to plan but only a few hours to appreciate it, and you only have one chance to make this the wedding of your dreams. We are the only NJ wedding firm that will make sure you enjoy every second of those few hours to the fullest.

Sweet 16 DJ

Girls are as excited about their sweet sixteen as brides are about their wedding. Whether you are planning a simple or an “MTV” like Sweet 16, MOsDJ is here to make your coming of age celebration-dream a reality. We know that you expect the absolute best. It takes an experienced and specialized entertainment company to deliver a flawless and detail oriented celebration.


We offer an artistic and innovative approach to photography. Our designers bring a level of experience that’s uneasily matched, and are passionate about reinventing the art of photography. Each design is as individual and unique as you are and will project the story of your special day through delightful images you’ll love and treasure for years to come.


Capture the moments of your special celebration on video and re-live them time and time again. Most people can attest that their celebration, whether a wedding, sweet 16, birthday or special gathering, can be a blur. This is where we come in, film your entire event, and capture all the cherishable moments at a very affordable price. We offer Videography in NJ, NY, PA & CT

Tips on Wedding Vows

As part of your wedding planning, you might have thought about doing your own wedding vows. After all, you and your fiancé are unique people, so why not say something that reflects who you are? The hardest part is trying to figure out exactly what to say. Here are some tips on finding the right words. Writing wedding vows: Start with reading over traditional vows. They can give you a good launching point. They can also give you a structure for you both to follow, especially handy if you are writing them separately. Read over your favorite poems or song lyrics. These might be a great way for you to include a particularly meaningful passage in your vows. Use some quotes from your favorite TV show or movie. It could be a line you love to quote to each other or it might be something you heard on your first date. If you two love video games, you might even make reference to the game in your vows. You can have a full wedding theme around your favorite movie or game. Find some advice from your parents or grandparents to use. This often brings tears to the eyes of your attendees, but it’s also a really sweet way to pay tribute at the same time as you are starting your lives together. Use humor. One couple wrote, “I will always make sure there’s a box of fruit loops at home” as the other partner loves fruit loops. Just make sure the joke is appropriate and that it is not too obscure. Mention something cute or quirky about the other... read more

Who pays for the wedding

There are traditions and etiquette standards for who pays for which part of a wedding. The easy way to break everything down is to say that the bride and her family pay for the wedding, and the groom pays for all of the rehearsal items. That might be a bit too simple, however, so let’s dive into a bit more detail of which family pays for which part of a wedding.   What the bride’s family covers: The bride’s parents pay for the engagement party as well as the listing in the announcements section of the newspaper. The goal of the engagement party is to welcome the groom into her family and let the two families get better acquainted. It gives the families the opportunity to meet before the wedding day and thus reduce some of the stress that comes with the wedding itself. An aside on the announcement – if the groom is from another city, it might be nice to post an announcement in his hometown newspaper, too. Her family will also handle all of the invitations and the programs for the wedding. The bride’s family covers all of the things that go into the wedding itself – the dress, the flowers at the wedding location, the bouquets the bride’s attendants carry, the limousine, the location, the photographer, the costs incurred by the officiant including his or her travel expenses, and the reception including music, decorations and food. The bride’s parents are also typically the host and hostess for the reception. The bride buys the gifts (and often arranges for the hotels) for her bridesmaids and maid... read more

by Chelsea Cox on MOsDJ

I hired Max from Mosdj for a corporate holiday party. Not only was he early, but he was very accommodating to our needs. My company has a diverse crowd and Max was able to entertain everyone and handle their varying requests. I'd recommend him to anyone looking for a DJ. My coworkers are still raving about it!

by victoria tarjan on MOsDJ

I used this company for my daughter baptism. It was a last minute decesion to use a dj and I have to say I was pleasantly surprised. They met all of my needs they were very professional and my guests love them. If I ever need to I will use them again.

by Rosemary on MOsDJ

Max was the dj for my daughters graduation party. He played an excellent mix of music. Our guests ranged from 12 years old to 75 years old and all were happy with the variety of music. I would definitely recommend him for your event!

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