Music & Wedding Services for Raleigh • Durham • Chapel Hill • Greenville • Wilmington

Voted Best Wedding DJs in Raleigh

Tell us your dreams, your favorite songs, your guilty pleasures, and the songs you absolutely can’t stand. And we’ll come up with your perfect big day soundtrack. We show up early and stay late to make sure everything flows seamlessly.

Get ready to sing at the top of your lungs and dance like your mom isn’t watching, because our Raleigh wedding DJs know how to rock parties.

As a DJ company in Raleigh, NC, led by Joe Bunn, we have the privilege of working with the myriad of wedding venues the city has to offer. Whether you’re after a chic outdoor ceremony or an urban indoor reception (or both), your celebration will be epic!

Bunn DJ Company is a member of The Knot’s Best of Weddings Hall of Fame. We have also been awarded the WeddingWire Couples’ Choice Award from 2009-2024.


‘Cause a Bunn DJ Company party don’t stop. OK, it stops eventually, but we’ll keep you dancing and having fun until you’re ready to call it quits.

Raleigh wedding DJ Bunn DJs getting wedding guests dancing


A woman in a floral top sitting in a car.

We wanted all of our guests to have a blast and dance with us all night long, and DJ Randy knew all the right tunes to make that happen! Everyone was raving about him and his music choices (they still are!) and had the best time dancing. 10/10 recommend!

Brittany T.

A man and woman taking a selfie in front of a mountain.

The music was perfect and our dance floor was full the whole night. We appreciated that he took all the stress of music and audio away and executed everything perfectly on the day from the start of the ceremony to the last song. THANK YOU!

Georgia Titcomb

A woman in a santa hat standing next to a horse.

We are SO happy that we went with Bunn DJ Company for our wedding. Mitch was our DJ for our wedding. He made it so much fun and kept the dance floor full the entire night.

Lila Jones



Oak Tree

If you are looking for an awesome experience with a little dance floor lighting for after dinner, this package is for you.

  • 4 Hours of DJ / MC Service
  • Dance Floor Lighting


Our most popular package!

If having amazing lighting is almost as important to you as killer tunes, then this is where you want to be. The Cardinal is hands down our most popular package.

  • 5 Hours of DJ / MC Service
  • Dance Floor Lighting

  • Uplighting

  • Ceremony Audio

Sir Walter

All the bells and whistles in one affordable package! The Sir Walter includes everything in The Cardinal plus:

  • Our “Sleek” photo booth for 5 hours with an attendant

  • Unlimited text/email photos

  • Deluxe Props

  • CO2 Cannon


  • Angus Barn Pavilion
  • Barn of Chapel Hill
  • Bay 7
  • Bradford
  • Carolina Grove
  • Carolina Inn
  • Cookery
  • Cotton Room
  • Fearrington Village
  • Lavender Oaks Farm
  • Market Hall
  • Meadows at Firefly Farm
  • Melrose Knitting Mill
  • Merrimon Wynne House
  • Pavilion at Carriage Farm
  • Prestonwood Country Club
  • Rose Hill Plantation
  • Stockroom at 230
  • The Dillon
  • Umstead Hotel & Spa
  • Wakefield Barn

Looking for a wedding venue? See our list of incredible wedding venues in the Raleigh area.



When planning your wedding or event, consider other aspects besides music that are important to you.  Bunn DJ Company has a selection of Raleigh DJs that don’t believe in just playing music.  Our DJs focus on playing the perfect song at the right time. You also don’t have to worry about making announcements as our DJs are MCs too.

In addition to our DJ services, we also offer uplighting that will transform the atmosphere of any venue. From exciting to chill, to glamorous to boho, it accentuates the features of any room, creating a mood specific to your dream wedding vibe.

If you want to have pictures that last a lifetime with family and friends, check out our photo booth rental.

Driving Directions to Bunn DJ Company from Downtown Raleigh

  • Head west on E Jones St until you come to Food Distribution Center – Pan Lutheran Ministries. Turn right.
  • Turn left on E Lane St.
  • Turn right on N Person St just past North Carolina Medical Society on your left.
  • You will pass Tucker House on your right.  Keep going straight.
  • Turn left on Peace St. If you pass the BP gas station on your right, you have gone too far.
  • You will pass Capital Blvd. Keep going straight.
  • Turn right on Glenwood Ave. MoJoe’s Burger Joint will be on the left corner.
  • You will pass Fred Fletcher Park on your left. Keep going straight.
  • Turn right on Jefferson St.
  • We are on the corner where Jefferson St meets Pierce St at the curve right. We are in the brick building on your left at the bend.

Common Raleigh DJ Questions Answered


Raleigh DJ wedding event dancing

Most wedding ceremony guests will start to arrive 20 to 30 minutes before the ceremony begins. This is to be sure that guests arrive with the vibe and theme you desire and not in silence. Live musicians such as harpists, and quartets should start no later than 20 minutes before the scheduled start time.

In addition, DJs should be playing music at your reception when the first guest arrives with a planned “doors open” playlist to set the mood for your desired theme – preferably fun, excitement, and love.



Raleigh DJ wedding party dancing

As the wedding couple, your duties on your wedding day are to celebrate your love for each other with your family and friends. Then, celebrate that love with great music and dancing.

Your disc jockey will work with you to play the music that fits your music tastes and will get everyone dancing while singing their favorite tunes. The emcee, aka master of ceremonies, will make all of the announcements such as grand entrance introductions, coordinate the formal dances, and announce special reception moments.


Raleigh bride dancing

When reviewing deals on the popular wedding vendor reviews website WeddingWire, the most popular prices range from $1200-$2500 for a four to five-hour reception. Price will range based on the package selected including a la carte options like uplighting and special effects. However, deejay experience is also a factor in the pricing of services.

Bunn DJ Company Raleigh has 3 standard wedding packages along with a la carte options. Guests can also save memories with a photo booth rental.


If you are planning a wedding in Raleigh, Durham, Chapel Hill, Greenville, or Wilmington, we have local wedding DJs to make your dreams a reality.

See our company reviews on The Knot and reviews on WeddingWire.

Make the most of Raleigh

Your out of town guests may have some time on their hands, so be sure to pass these ideas along – things to do, major attractions, annual events, unique shopping experiences, and delicious dining options.

Angus Barn: This Raleigh classic offers top-flight steaks, fresh seafood, locally sourced vegetables, and homemade desserts. And if you like bourbon, you’ll appreciate the Wild Turkey Lounge.

Poole’s Diner: This is the place for reimagined comfort food. The menu revolves around fresh, locally sourced offerings. Enjoy a casual meal in a diner setting.

Big Ed’s Restaurant: Didn’t your mother tell you that breakfast is the most important meal? Big Ed’s, with three area locations, serves it all day. If you’re downtown, check out the City Market eatery.

The Tower Escapes: Escape rooms are a great way to hang out with other wedding guests. This one features a suspicious death in the castle of Loches where you’re part of a CSI squad.

Boxcar Bar + Arcade: Voted one of the best bars in Raleigh, Boxcar features a revolving bar menu, lots of great arcade games, and live music on the year-round patio.

Watts & Ward: This sophisticated bar and comfortable lounge invokes the spirit of Prohibition. Sip a signature cocktail or try a locally crafted brew and relax on one of the leather couches.

Looking for more nightlife and entertainment? We’ve got you covered with more great ideas.

Deco Raleigh: The exterior of this downtown store is a wonderful example of Art Deco. Lots of great gift ideas for the folks back home.

Green Monkey: Housed in a historic building from the 1880s, this gift emporium is also the spot for local events – from chili cook-offs and tastings to family crafting and card leagues. Spades anyone?

Cheshire Cat Gallery: This 20,000 sq. ft. antique gallery is housed in the original underground location of JC Penney. It’s the largest antiques and collectibles mall in Raleigh.

North Carolina Art Museum: From the initial acquisitions in 1952, this museum has a collection that spans from antiquity to the present. After touring the galleries, take time to appreciate the 164-acre park with its outdoor art installations.

Pope House Museum: This African-American house museum showcases the life of Raleigh’s Dr. Manassa Thomas Pope – the only Black man to run for mayor of a southern capital in the midst of Jim Crow. Learn his remarkable story.

Pullen Park: This is the first public park in North Carolina and one of the oldest operating amusement parks in the country. Take a ride on the carousel or rent a paddle boat for a relaxing time.

Morgan Street Food Hall: You’ll find an amazing collection of eateries and food retailers. Great stop for lunch. Enjoy your meal at a communal table inside or on the patio.

Historic Oakwood: After you have a hearty lunch at Morgan Street Food Hall, shed the calories with a walking tour of this 19th-century residential neighborhood. Be sure to download your tour brochure.

The Pour House: Record shop by day and an entertainment venue when the sun goes down. Let your ears feast on live music from local artists as well as national acts.

Looking for more things to do? Check out these activities.

Hopscotch Music Festival: This 3-day September music festival features over 100 acts jamming at venues all around Raleigh. This festival hosts a wide variety of music, from punk to hip hop, and even stand-up comedy.

IBMA Bluegrass Live: This is the largest bluegrass festival in the world! Held in September, national artists perform at the Red Hat Amphitheater, while the up-and-comers take over Fayette Street on six different stages.

Art in Bloom: Celebrate the start of Spring with this annual March event at the North Carolina Museum of Art. It’s a beautiful combination of artwork and incredible floral designs.

Raleigh/Durham International Airport (15 miles/20 minutes from downtown)