Category Archives for Weddings

How to End the Night and Make It Memorable

“This is the last song of the night” Almost every DJ will say make this announcement, but if you choose to stay to the end, you have two options: you can let the dancing fizzle away slowly, or end it with a finale. If you choose your last song carefully, plan to stay until the […]

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Making A Grand Entrance!

What are the BEST songs to walk into at the Reception? Often called the Grand Entrance… Popular these past few years is the entire bridal party walking into a song that best represents them that will also set the tone for what’s to come. I recall back at my wedding in the mid ‘80s that […]

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Candy Bars at Special Occasions

When you think of a candy bar buffet, do you instantly get images of young kids rushing to the table to gobble up sweets? Actually, candy buffets are for kids of ALL ages. It tends to satisfy the sweet tooth as well as have that ‘wow’ elegant element. Recently at a family brunch, we were […]

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Picking Music at Your Wedding Is Like Eating a Multi Layered Slice of Cake Without the Calories!

Ever wandered by a bakery window and your mouth started to water when your eyes locked in on a multi layer cake? Knowing that each layer was going to be a mind blasting experience? Then I suggest you treat your music selection at your wedding in the same manner. Peel off the layers and provide […]

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How Big Should It Be? Make Sure There’s Enough Space on the Dance Floor

A few years back we were entertaining at a wedding at Grouse Mountain. The venue was perfect for the couple. They did, however underestimate their guests’ desire to dance. With every hit that was played, a chair , then two, then eventually as many tables that could be removed from the room, were, in order […]

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iPod Weddings

iPod Weddings by Ed Mullen Yet another article about the scourge of the iPod? Well, yes, but this is one to share with grooms who are being tempted by DIY… Getting married, mister? Congratulations. Are you handling the details with your fiancée? Great. Your job is to arrange the music? Brilliant. You are doing it […]

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