Daniela and Will – June 30, 2012 There is one thing I encourage all of my brides and grooms to do: Be Creative. Will and Daniela were certainly up to the challenge, and they didn’t disappoint. This San Jose wedding reception was held at Bella Montagna. When they told me they were going to do […]
Last week, I had the privilege of speaking in front of my colleagues during an early morning seminar at The 2012 Las Vegas DJ Show & Conference. One of the first things I explain is Why Price Does Matter and When Price Doesn’t Matter. I wasn’t attempting to tell them how much a wedding dj […]
It seems like it should be easy, right? Just pick a song and dance with dad. However, when you consider this falls in the category of Special Dances, you realize it should be just that – special.
Depending on dad’s taste, and if it lines up with your own, may determine the outcome of this song selection. Many artists are remaking classic songs, so it’s easy to find old standards with a modern flair.
However, there’s another twist that will make the impact of your Father Daughter Dance one that no other wedding reception has — and that’s to record a special message.
More couples are finding the weather in the San Francisco Bay Area to be more pleasant in October now that we don’t turn the clocks back for another few weeks. This year was no exception, and Brian and Alice couldn’t have asked for a more beautiful day to have a San Jose wedding reception at Cinnabar Hills Golf Club.
It’s very easy to have buyer’s remorse immediately after purchasing a big ticket item, but what about after the wedding has happened? I did some digging around and pulled together several statistics produced by top magazine surveys* in our industry. I felt that they would be good to share with everyone that takes time to read my blog.