If you are just hitting my blog for the first time, welcome! You've actually caught me at my 2nd stop on my exclusive Charleston Wedding DJ tour of some of the most popular and most gorgeous wedding venues. It's hard to find a place in Charleston to have your wedding that is not rich with history and beauty. Charleston is one of the most romantic cities in the world with it's vast history and numerous other offerings making it a huge draw for couples coming here from large cities like Chicago, New York City, Boston, and beyond. As one of the best Charleston wedding DJs, I wanted to add some more helpful content into my website to assist clients who might be searching for the ideal place to hold their Charleston wedding.
Recently in between weddings and private events, I've been finding myself heading out to the beach to enjoy what has become a rather HOT Fall wedding season here in Charleston. While temperatures in the lower 90s are not totally out of the ordinary during the first week of October, they might be a bit of a downer for those brides coming down to the Holy City expecting some cooler Fall breezes. Despite being in the thick of the Fall rush with weddings and other private parties, some of my focus has begun to flip calendars over to 2019. It's hard to believe we're only about 6 weeks away from the start of yet another engagement season here in Charleston.
Do I have your attention? After the long Labor Day weekend full of fun music posts, I was reading over some internet articles and came across some startling statistics in regards to brides and grooms and how they actually felt "after" their wedding. The Knot had done some post wedding research and had arrived at these statistics. If 72% of brides were not satisfied with their wedding DJ, does that mean that those brides had bad DJs? My answer to that question would be not necessarily. While there are certainly still some bad DJs out there, the real reason why nearly 3/4 of all brides polled were not happy is because they hired the wrong DJ or the wrong entertainment. Brides spend a lot of money on the most beautiful location and wedding venue, their food, and hire one of the finest photographers, but for whatever reason their wedding entertainment is still not given nearly the focus as the many other moving parts of their wedding day.
Welcome to my website and blog! Where On Earth did the summer of 2018 go? Here we are on the very last day of August and we're moving into another long Labor Day weekend in one of the most beautiful cities in the world. While Labor Day weekend tends to be one of the busier Charleston wedding weekends, I am lucky enough to be off this weekend and are most likely going to head out to one of the most beautiful beaches in the country, Kiawah Island. As one of the top wedding destinations in the country, Charleston, SC offers so much for brides and grooms and their families and guests. Travel & Leisure Magazine named Charleston, SC a top city in the United States once again 2018. Being one of the best Charleston wedding DJs who has been in the area for many years, there is so much to Charleston that can make getting married here one of the most beautiful experiences of a couple's lives. You'll want to grab a pad of paper and pen and take some notes. You might even be reaching for your credit card to book a flight to see what Charleston is all about. Read on.
The weather outside might be hot and humid with a chance of scattered showers and thunderstorms, and you are probably just coming home from the beach and have sand in your shoes, or even grimacing about the return of more traffic when school starts back in a few weeks, but NOW is actually the best time to be thinking about choosing your DJ for your office / corporate Christmas party. Before you know it, we'll be pouring the egg nog and putting up the mistletoe at Christmas parties all around the Charleston area. The "music" at your private company or corporate Christmas party should not be taken lightly.
It's YOUR wedding. You are free to have as much fun as you'd like at YOUR wedding. In recent years, I've noticed some of the fun traditions like the bouquet and garter toss fading away in their popularity. The bouquet and garter toss, once staples at most Charleston weddings has been a steadily dying tradition. Why is it dying? Perhaps, there are just some weddings where it just doesn't fit into the personality of YOUR guests? It's always been an optional "fun" activity to inject into your wedding. It's also always been my recommendation to throw both of them in the minutes after the dance party portion of your reception has begun. I can't quite put a handle on the origin of how or why these traditions have faded in interest. Maybe couples are seeing them as a little campy or cheesy? As we wrap up 2017, I am prepared to say that 60% of brides and grooms are opting to scratch the bouquet and garter toss. Read on to explore some of the main reasons that you might not want to do the bouquet and garter toss at your wedding.
What exactly does it mean to hire a single operator DJ service for your Charleston wedding? This question was asked to me the other day by a website inquiry. Hiring a single operator DJ service greatly increases the chances that your wedding will be more stress-free and less worrisome because from the time you sign a contract til the time your limo leaves your venue, yoou work with ONE person in regards to the planning and creation of your playlist.