Being invited to give a toast at a wedding is a HUGE honor. There are few times in your life where you’ll have the chance to publicly tell someone to their face how much
When I think about wedding dance songs in 2017, the list has to start with the “Despacito” remix and then everything else. Really, even the best wedding DJs I know thought it was a bit of a down year for dance music.
A great way to keep your guests involved through your wedding reception is to surprise them throughout the night. And the custom-designed first dance can be a PERFECT spot for that kind of creativity.
You spend a LOT of time planning your wedding and envisioning the perfect plan. But sometimes, things can go awry. You might have a funny wedding disaster and go viral on YouTube.
Thinking about your “Do Not Play” list is very important when you pick your wedding reception dance songs. Figuring out what you DON’T want to hear is as important as what you DO want to hear.
I rate 2016 was a fine year for dance music. Many of my couples had unforgettable times on the dance floor with some of the newer songs. “Can’t Stop the Feeling!” and “Cake by the Ocean” were my two top dance songs.
You can have a truly unique first dance song at your wedding. In addition to selecting the perfect song, I can work with you to weave your story, told in your words throughout.