Weddings
WE ARE WEDDING SPECIALISTS.

Your Wedding day is one of the most important days of your life, a Day that you will cherish and remember forever.

Well one of the most remembered things from a Wedding reception is the entertainment, why you ask?

The Disc Jockey sets the mood of the Evening, reading the crowd and selecting the right music, to make everyone upbeat and able to enjoy with you the reception.

The DJ/Master of Ceremony has a very important task to help you run things smoothly and please your guests with excellent music, so they have an exciting evening.

From day one you will get support and ideas to help organize your entertainment for that Important evening, including your arrival at the reception, your first dance and all other Master of Ceremony announcements required.
Our wedding packages have all you need for your Reception and may also be custom made for your extra needs.

We will give you a RECEPTION EVENT PLANNER. This planner will help you organize the events at your wedding reception. You may wish to copy the completed planner before returning it to us, so you can pass it along to your photographer, caterer, and other persons helping you that day. This helps you to shape your reception any way you wish and makes those wishes clear for us to follow.

The Following is a condensed version of what goes on at a wedding reception.
We are by no means limited to this format. We work quite
a bit with the caterers, photographers, and any other professionals you've hired
for your reception to be sure everything runs smoothly. We will also base what we do
on how your guests are responding to what is happening.

We usually set up about one and a half hour before the guests arrive so that everything is in place.

COCKTAIL MUSIC
While the guests arrive, we are playing either a light, popular jazz,
classical, or a light, rock-soul and oldies mix. Because your guests are spending
this time conversing with friends and relatives that they haven't seen in a while, we try
to keep the music low-key and our volumes unobtrusive.

When the bride and groom do arrive at the reception hall,
we usually do bridal party introductions or have a reception line.

BRIDAL PARTY INTRODUCTIONS
Sometime before the day of the reception, we will try to obtain a list of the bridal party and the order they will be appearing in the wedding ceremony.
When the bridal party arrives at the reception hall, we will introduce them
as they come through the door. This comes across very classy and, although
more complicated, takes much less time than a reception line.

During dinner, we play a light, easy-to-talk-over music.

TOAST
The best man usually does this after the meal. We will announce the toast several minutes before it happens so that everyone can be sure to have a full glass.

CAKE CUTTING
We will make sure the photographer and
the bride and groom are ready, then we will make
an announcement for people to gather around the cake.

FIRST DANCE
The bride and groom select this song before the wedding day.

FATHER -DAUGHTER  DANCE

MOTHER- SON DANCE

BRIDAL PARTY DANCE

BOUQUET  TOSS
While the cake is being prepared to serve, we will announce for the single ladies
to gather on the dance floor for the bouquet toss.

GARTER TOSS
It's the guy's turn with the garter toss

MONEY DANCE /  DOLLAR DANCE

BACK TO DANCING
Toward the end of the reception, we often start playing newer music
that will appeal toward the bride and groom's friends. However, we still
mix in a few popular oldies to keep everyone involved.

LAST DANCE
Replaying the "first dance" again so that all of the guests can join in
the dance is a nice touch if another song hasn't been chosen.




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