I don't think I did.mbr,
I think you misread my response.
I think you didn't my response.I normally speak to the toast givers the day of, I do not call them out of the blue,
Can you read and/or comprehend English?
I repost what I precisely wrote:
djmbr01 said:Once established and with my client's approval and knowledge, I contact the expected speech givers to introduce myself to inform them of the circumstances, tentative time they will be giving their speeches, any proposed/expected/allotted time length, the equipment they will be provided and if we determine if any special equipment or music is needed and to offer any guidance, tips or assistance with drafting and delivering their speeches. Often the speech givers have never done so and appreciate the help. Regardless, it is always an appreciated although not always utilized offer.
Show me where I stated that...I clearly stated the opposite.IDK, but if someone called me and said they were the DJ for Jane and John Doe's Wedding, and that they had to pre-approve my toast.
Especially if you don't bother to ask or make an effort to find out.Until anyone gets on the mic and opens their mouth, you never know what they are going to say.
CONGRATS, you have facilitate a moment of embarrassment and discomfort for your clients. It may have been unavoidable but you will never know that because you never made the effort to eliminate the possibility.If I look at my B&G and they look uncomfortable
Absolutely, but one moment of embarrassment and discomfort too late.I would cut off the toast giver.