Sweet 16 & Quinceanera Virtual DJ

Boston Sweet Sixteen Disc Jockeys & Quinceanera DJs

 We Have the right Boston DJ for your type of sweet sixteen party!

Boston Sweet sixteen DJs can be extremely formal, casual, or semi-formal; our DJ performance can range from modest parties at home with close family and friends to large affairs. Hired a Boston Sweet 16 DJ and insure your self a party you can brag about to all your friends. Boston Sweet 16 Offers the following:

  • Laser Light show no charge
  • LED Lighting Effect Show
  • Karaoke 180,000 Song Library
  • Night Club Beat Mixing Disc Jockey
  • Spanish music no extra charge
  • No travel or set-up fees
  • Over 80,000 song to dance to.

Our Boston Disc Jockeys can MC and do all form formalities such as:

Candle-lighting ceremony:

Each of the 16 candles holds a special meaning[citation needed]
The first candle is for the girl's/boy's parents.
The second candle is for the god parents.
The third candle is for the siblings. (If there are no siblings, then this candle can represent the grandparents.)
Candles 4, 5, 6, and 7 are for the rest of the family members.
Candles 8, 9, 10, 11, 12, 13, and 14 are for friends.
Candle 15 is for the girl's/boy's best friend or friends.
The 16th candle is for the boyfriend/girlfriend or a very close male/female friend.
Some add a 17th candle which represents good luck.

Shoe ceremony:

For females, the shoe ceremony is common at sweet sixteen parties.[citation needed] In this ceremony, the birthday girl sits down in a chair while her grandfather, uncle, godfather, or father approaches her with high heels on a decorative pillow. The girl would traditionally be wearing flat shoes, such as slippers, and the father ceremoniously helps her into her new high heels. This is symbolic of the girl transitioning into a woman.

Tiara ceremony:

This ceremony is similar to the shoe ceremony, except the mother approaches with a tiara instead of shoes. She places it on her daughter's head to symbolize her becoming a woman. Sometimes this is combined with the shoe ceremony, so that two people approach the birthday girl, one with a pillow with high heels, and the other with a pillow with a tiara.[1]

Father-daughter dance:

The father-daughter dance is a tradition that is also frequently performed at weddings.[citation needed] The girl and her father dance to a slow-jazz or traditional song while everyone sits and watches. This is mainly the first song of the night.

In cases where the boy is celebrating the sexes are simply switched as he dances with his mother.

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