Lindsay & Chris : Midsummer's Night At The Carriage House
How I came to work with Lindsay and Chris goes back to the Fall of 2012 when I got an inquiry on my website from Lindsay's father from all the way up in New Jersey. Booked back in October of 2012, Mr. Baker was already looking out and planning his daughter's lovely affair at the Carriage House in August 2013.
I was really looking forward to working with Lindsay and Chris. Lindsay's father had booked me solely on the content he read from my me on my website.
He saw my No Cheese, No Frills, No Silly Games approach to wedding DJing and liked it and booked me based on that. I was tickled pink because more people should visit my site to explore my angle in providing music for weddings and receptions.
It wasn't until May I contacted Lindsay so that we could sit down and I could meet her fiancee Chris and we could begin to plan her special day in August.
Bridal Party Processional Song: "Carolina In My Mind" - James Taylor
Brides Procession: "Beauty & Beast" - Jim Brickman
Recessional Song: "Wouldn't It Be Nice" - Beach Boys
The weather was about as typical as the very humid weather can be in Charleston, but thankfully we dodged the ever present chance of showers and thunderstorms that can occur in Charleston at any time in Charleston. We moved inside into the cooler confines of the Carriage House.
Bridal Party Introduction Song: "You Make My Dreams" - Hall & Oates
First Dance: "You're The Inspiration" - Chicago
Bride / Father Dance: "What A Wonderful World" - Louis Armstrong
Groom / Mother Dance: "My Wish" - Rascal Flatts
Bouquet Toss Song: "Single Ladies" - Beyonce
Garter Toss Song: "James Bond Theme"
Cake Cutting Song: "You're My Best Friend" - Queen
Last Dance: "This Will Be An Everlasting Love" - Natalie Cole
Send Off Song: "Home" - Phillip Phillips
As Lindsay and Chris's send off song ended and they were met by the vibrant sparklers leaving the Carriage House, so did a 10 wedding summer stretch for Mike Bills Entertainment LLC. Now, for a much deserved few weeks off before we move into the Fall and Winter season, as well as look to 2014.