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.
The first dance is one of the times during the reception where the spotlight is solely on the bride and groom. All eyes are focused on the beautiful couples as they dance to their special song. When a bride and groom are planning the music for their wedding reception, this is the one song that they should put some time and extra thought to ensure the song that they have chosen is the most meaningful it can be. The type of first dance song that you should choose is completely up to you. Some brides and grooms look to choose a song that is lesser known. Some couples may opt for traditional songs from Elvis Presley or Etta James, or even a country song. Whatever you decide on, remember that music is powerful, and your first dance will be one of those moments that you will forever cherish for the rest of your life.
Ever since the beginning of 2014, I've been an advertiser inside the premier wedding magazine for the modern bride and groom. The more I met with brides and grooms, the more I saw them bring a copy of this beautiful magazine with them to our meetings and consultations. There are plenty of substitutes and wedding blogs that have popped up over the years, but it's Charleston Weddings Magazine that remains the preeminent source for wedding inspiration. When you pick up your copy of Charleston Weddings Magazine, you'll soon find out it features some of the top wedding vendors in the Charleston, SC area. You'll also find a wide variety of "Real Wedding" stories and venue features that allow brides to get all dreamy from looking at all the very pretty pictures. As one of the top wedding DJs in the Holy City, it was one of my goals way back when to get a full page ad inside the preeminent wedding magazine of Charleston so that my company could be in front of the eyes of the modern bride. As it pertains to wedding publications, Charleston Weddings Magazine is the best for the destination, as well as local bride looking to plan her wedding in one of the world's top cities.
Ever since the inception of Mike Bills Entertainment, it's been my goal to perform for modern brides and grooms at a high level. That performance would begin with the development of a website that is intuitive and friendly, as well as mobile friendly. As an owner-operated DJ service, I do it all. From the marketing to the booking to the actual execution of your wedding day, I will be the wedding DJ at your wedding. Every single business (especially if you are online) has to have a gauge, a barometer (if you will) of how successful they are. That success needs to be documented in the form of online reviews. Most modern brides and grooms use online reviews as a way to decide as to which wedding vendors they should be hiring for their most important day. If a business owner does not follow up with prior brides and grooms to determine how their performance was, how do they improve? Enter The Weddingwire Couple's Choice Award.
Your wedding day is a day that you have dreamed of your entire life. You finally have found the men or women of your dreams to spend the rest of your life with, and now it's time to celebrate this union with your families and friends. After being a part of countless weddings, I can promise you that it is going to be a day that you will never forget. If you have spent any amount of time searching around on this blog, you know that it is the music that matters the most for your wedding day. It is the music that you and your guests are going to remember the most. Should you be having your wedding ceremony at the same location as your wedding venue, you might consider also hiring me to be the DJ for your wedding ceremony. There are lots of couples who hire me to be their wedding DJ and find it an incredibly daunting task to choose their wedding ceremony music. I suppose telling my clients that their wedding ceremony is a "once in a lifetime" event probably tends to put a little more pressure on them. But please don't panic, there are only a few directions you can really go as it pertains to your wedding ceremony music.
When it comes to planning the music for what will become the soundtrack for your wedding ceremony, many brides and grooms tend to find this a rather daunting part of their music planning process. Planning your wedding ceremony music really sort of begins with how you envisioned this most special day of your life. How did you envision this most magical day of your life is the direction that you should go as it pertains to the music for your wedding ceremony. Did you envision a classy and elegant formal type of wedding ceremony or a more laid back approach with contemporary music. Over the years as a professional wedding DJ, I've been the DJ at wedding ceremonies that have run the gamut. I've worked formal and semi-formal affairs, and more laid back ceremonies that chose to incorporate more contemporary, modern music into their wedding ceremony. First you should decide on whether you'd like your wedding DJ to do your ceremony music, or hire a professional musician to play your music. Thanks for visiting my blog! Please enjoy this quick overview on how to plan the perfect mix of music for your wedding ceremony.