Since most movies about weddings are “chick flicks” … I asked my wife, Dani, to guest blog about this subject for me ….
Here Comes The Blog...
A COMPLETE WEDDING RESOURCE FOR TODAY'S COUPLE.
There is no arguing the fact that as a bride or a groom planning your wedding, it is your wedding. Your likes and dislikes should be represented as such. But if you’re a hard core KORN groupie and your guests are symphony fans … or if you prefer techno mixes and your guests prefer Motown… you might have an issue.
Our DJs, photographers and videographers were able to spend time with some amazing people this weekend. Congratulations to all of the wonderful couples who allowed us to be a part of their families for a day. Here are some highlights from the weekend… Two of our couples this weekend put on international, multicultural affairs. Modeled
You may or may not have heard the term “Man” of honor, but what about Grooms- women? In a recent wedding reception we DJ’d, the groom selected not one, but two of his female friends to be Grooms-women. At first, this modern day modification seemed to create a couples imbalance … but the bridal party
We all know the saying “You can’t please everyone”! While that may be true, these types of guest criticisms are easily avoided by careful planning — and addressing them now will make everyone’s memories of your wedding day so much nicer.
If the custom of clinging glasses gets on your nerves during wedding receptions, there are other ways guests can entice kisses from the bride and groom. Each has its own charm and possible drawbacks. None of these work for everyone. Pick one that appeals to you, or create your own.
You don’t have to be on “Dancing with the Stars” to enjoy your first dance together as husband and wife on your wedding day. Use these tips…
Thank you for visiting the new Mike Staff Productions wedding blog. I am very excited to begin to share a bunch of amazing wedding ideas, stories, etc. with you. We have been blessed to participate in literally thousands of weddings throughout the years and I’ve often wished I had a forum to share what we experience.