You may be wondering how you are going to find time to fit everything in at your wedding reception. When you follow these six easy suggestions, it will be easy and you will find yourself stress-free and able to enjoy your wedding day. The secret isn’t finding more time; it’s spending more time doing the fun things: eating, drinking, laughing and dancing.
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As you plan your outdoor wedding reception, and before you make your final site choice, there are four important factors you need to keep in mind regarding your entertainment: the location of the power source, the size of the reception area, the size of the dance floor and rules of the local noise ordinance. Power Source for your Entertainment
Is it ever too early to start rockin’ out? Check out this video. So funny!! Mike Staff DJ in the making???
Years of experience as a wedding entertainer have taught me a few tricks that can make your dance floor vibrate with the celebratory beat of numerous feet. Following these easy tips can make a big difference in the success of your dance party.
Do you have a favorite wedding movie? One of my favorites is Princess Bride. Check out this clip…
What are your favorite wedding movies? Post your clips below.
As a DJ company, we are always looking for great wedding songs. Today I was driving, and this song came on: “When God Made You” by Newsong and Natalie Grant. I couldn’t think of a better song to be played at a wedding. Check out the video…
Have you ever sat through an awkward Best Man toast or listened to the Maid of Honor babble on and on? Check out this interview for the basic tips about wedding toasts.
Wedding DJs wear many hats. Providing the right music at the right time depends on the DJ’s knowledge of what is supposed to happen and when, and his ability to help the bride & groom with last-minute changes. He is, above all, in a CUSTOMER SERVICE position.
Did yesterday’s Trash-the-Dress video spike your interest for after-the-wedding dress options? If so, here are some new, old, borrowed, and maybe even blue ideas… 1. Have it cleaned and preserved. Do this if you have hopes that your daughter will wear it someday. Professional preservation can costs between $120 and $200. Check at your local dry cleaner to compare prices. 2. Stash your wedding dress back into its hanging bag and stuff it into an unsuspecting closet. 3. Sell your dress. Try a consignment store or eBay! Many of those budget brides are happy to buy your one-time-used dress for a fraction of what you paid. NOTE the fraction amount. The new bride will still have to get it altered and cleaned for her big day. 4. Donate it to a great cause. This is one of my favorite options. There are plenty of to-be brides out there scavenging thrift shops in search of their fairy tale dress. Encourage your bridesmaids too donate their dresses as well. We recommend Hope Closet. They are an organization that gives dresses to high school girls who can’t afford a dress to wear to their prom, homecoming, or other special high school event. 5. Make a new dress … out of your wedding dress. You love the fabric, it is fitted to your every curve, and you feel beautiful in it. Why not make it into the ultimate cocktail/ party dress? Have it hemmed to tea dress length and add some punches of color like a great bow, colored straps, or… if you dare … have the entire dress died to a new color. 6. And of course… Trash the Dress. Yesterday’s video is a real answer to the “What to do with the dress now?” question. Make a day out of it. Bring a photographer and make some great memories! Want to capture all your moments in “The Dress?”
You dreamed about it for years, searched for it month after month, went to endless shops and fittings … Now what are you going to do with “The Dress”? Check out this video for an alternative to the traditional after-the-wedding dress care: