Outdoor weddings can offer a nice alternative to an indoor celebration. But that perfect summer evening under the stars may require more preparation. Here are 6 important things to consider when planning an outdoor wedding.
Delays on your wedding day often result in less dance floor time at your reception. But delays can also cost you money — and lots of it. Here are 5 common “wedding day schedule killers” and pointers to prevent them.
It’s not just a matter of curiosity, but it can impact your pricing: will one sound system be sufficient for your event, or will your plans require two? In this edition of Peter’s Pointers, I’ll get into detail about the factors involved in that decision.
Peter was great to work with. He was very professional and accommodating throughout the process. We live on the West Coast, and it was easy working with Peter, despite only meeting once face-to-face before the wedding day.
Peter was DJ for my wedding and reception, he did an awesome job! He had all the music we wanted to hear and more. Very professional! I recommend him to anyone who needs a DJ.
We had a complex setup, where the ceremony was held outside, immediately followed by the cocktail hour in one room and then our reception in the ballroom. The transition was flawless and there was never a point where there was no music. The one thing we wanted in a DJ was a packed dance floor the entire night and that was exactly what we got!