This whole thread just reinforces the truth that I REALLY need to remember to bring a vid. camera to capture my performances.
I notice that many DJ's speak too fast and raise the pitch of their voice. People listen to you when you slow down, enunciate and have something to say. The number one mistake I hear is referring to "The Bride and Groom" ALL NIGHT. Everybody in the wedding party has a name. You, as the person paid to represent the bride and groom, should know them and use them. "Pam's sister and Maid of Honor, Liz" is much more engaging than "The bride's sister" or "The Maid of Honor". Puking is usually first of many signs of laziness that turn potentially good entertainers and communicators into DJ-like objects.