With over 400 sucessful event every year these award winning DJs know how to bring the fun, create bonds between guests, bring out the love in the room, and leave everyone wanting more. Located in Edmonton, Alberta, Divinity DJs is a company that specializes in creating unique weddings and events with the best music and mixing you'll find anywhere. With numerous packages to choose from, this team will customize your package to include exactly what you need for your event and available budget. Contact Divinity DJs today!
All of their wedding packages include services such as DJs, sound and lights, digital music library, free consultations, early setup and sound checks, cocktail/dinner music, musical grand entrances, music for cake cutting, first dances/second dances/third dances, several hours of dance music, interactive games with your guests, bouquet & garter toss events and the grand exit.
For an additional charge, Divinity DJs can also provide:
- Low level fog
Divinity DJs are also available to provide DJ services for other types of events, such as graduations, school dances/proms, corporate events, birthdays, charity events, anniversaries and club parties.
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The best ever!
Amazing DJ and Emcee
Sam our DJ and owner of the company has so much knowledge and insight through his experience with weddings, various events and most importantly people. You will definitely be in good hands.
When our plans changed from a destination wedding to a local wedding we had a short timeframe to pick our vendors. I believe at that time he said we had the record of the shortest time to book a dj (about 3-4 weeks before the day of), yet with luck in August (the luck of being a weekday) we had them book and Sam as our DJ. Rule of Thumb - for less stress book months in advance.
We had also a problem of not having an Emcee but he was able to take the role with ease. Even though he did not know us very well (and told our guests that fact) it felt he was an old friend who had that outgoing personality perfect for the job.
He knew when to cut in, move on, tell a story and fill the awkward void during the reception. He was able to adjust when the speeches were too long and the timeframe wasn't as planned. Games and questions that were asked to us, the bridal party and our guests were funny and smart. He saw that my dress was awkwardly to large to move to the podium from where I was sitting and he quickly just gave me the mike to say my words. He saw what was needed to be done and did it knowingly without needing any guidance or hints. That is truly being a pro at what you do.
The music at the ceremony and reception was clear and the sound was crisp. All the specific songs played on time without a hitch. He picked great music when the dance floor opened up. He chose a great placement for the Photo Booth (next to the dance floor) which was loved by all. And he provided a wonderfully large screen for our slideshow. The equipment and services impeccable.
It may be understated but I want to make it clear, he does have that understanding to work a crowd through music and speech and he has passion for it. It is an art and he has made it one of his.
He knows these events are not just another event but an event that matters very much to the people he does it for and the people who are invited to them.
Thank you Sam from Tony and I for making our wedding forever memorable!
Was the cherry on top of a perfect night
Jeff and Tanya..
Ceremony: we paid $300 extra for him to bring sound equipment and dj the ceremony and cocktail hour. I had printed off songs and timings for him since he was not at the rehearsal but he still didnt stop playing the welcome background music when he was supposed to to cue the groomsmen to come out. My MC was told to inform the dj that equipment should be set up to ensure the speakers were placed off the stage and not in thr pictures - this did not happen and they ended up being in all of our pictures at the alter. But worst of all? We paid $300 extra for the use of his equipment and when my father picked up the microphone to start the ceremony the mic started making awful feedback sounds extremely loud to the point where he had to shut it off and we did our ceremony WITH NO AMPLIFICATION so only 10 out of the 100+ people at our ceremony couldnt hear anything that was said for the entire ceremony!!!
Cocktail hour: I arrived to cocktail hour to see my dj sitting on a chair and no music playing. I was busy with family pictures and part way through the cocktail hour he begin playing music inside the reception venue and never ended up playing any music outside even though we paid for cocktail hour music and even spoke to him on the phone days before about this and he knew exactly what we were looking for.
Reception: he set up his equipment in our reception venue and the same issue happened when my MC used his equipment - extremely loud and awful feedback to the point he couldnt even stand at the mc pulpit to do his speaking. We ended up having to do our speeches in front of our cake at the other end of the stage to avoid the feedback which looked absolutely awful in our pictures as we had decorated the puplit for this purpose.
He was instructed to invite everyone to join our first dance 2 minutes in and a specific song request from my husband to be the next song played after - instead, at 2 minutes he shut our first dance song off and started playing my husbands requested absolutely ruining our first dance as we stood there completely confused as to what was going on.
To top it off, i had been very specific about what to play/not to play - we were in a rustic venue but knew that most of our guests didnt know line dancing/two stepping so i specifically asked for dance music. He ended up playing so many songs that no one knew the dances to that our dance floor was completely empty an hour after it began so my husband and i came back from sunset photos to an empty dancefloor. He then proceeded to play hip hop music for every song with awful fading into the next song and i heard nothing about complaints all night. We eneded up having an empty venue meer hours after the dance started because everyone said they werent into the music. At this point i asked him to switch things up which he did but by then we had 20 people left in the venue and i just cared about dancing with who was left.
I know people will wonder why I didnt intervene before and honestly those are probably people that haven't been a bride because I honestly had no time to do anything about it or knew what was going on until it was too late as I was talking to people outside and getting outdoor photos taken and honestly I didnt hire a professional and soend time telling him our needs just to babysit him on my wedding day.
I do believe he had the best of intentions but if you arent going to listen to what the bride and groom have decided based on their knowledge of the guest list and plan to use intuition instead, he should've been able to see that everyone wasnt into the music and navigated accordingly.
Great music, great wedding!
Please consider Divinty DJs for your special event.
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