Whether you just got engaged or are now in planning crunch time, making the most of your entertainment choices should be a top priority. Heck, it’s what will make your night a great success so let’s make sure you get the best experience you can! These are our top 5 tips to help you not only stay organized and stress-free, but also over the moon ecstatic at your wedding…
Holiday season can be stressful, no doubt about it! But it can also be just as much fun. Let’s make sure you have the perfect soundtrack for your holiday events, whether entertaining with a nice dinner or getting people up on their feet.
Here are our favorite ways to entertain with the right music:
#1: If you were a song, which one would you be??
Go over the list of your guests attending, and pick a song that reminds you of each of them. The playlist can contain songs that vary from cool serenades to sick beats. Don’t worry about how wildly different the songs are from each other! And to make the party even more fun, ask your guests to guess which song is dedicated to them. A little interactive amusement never hurt anyone!
Let’s say we have James & Wendy. James & Wendy are the hosts of their wedding. When guests walk into their wedding reception, they want them to think “This is SO a James & Wendy party!” If you can relate to our fictional James & Wendy, read on for our top 5 tips for choosing entertainment that matches your personality:
Effortlessly elegant. Classic. Sophisticated.
If you want your event to be remembered by these words, having a live saxophonist will add that extra flair to your event. We’re sure you’d agree that music plays a central role in any event, so why not go the extra mile and make it unforgettable.
We’re absolutely OBSESSED with the saxophone and here’s just a few reasons why:
“At most clubs and events, the people on the dance floor are so removed from the entertainers. My goal as a saxophonist, as a live musician, is to play music that brings heightened energy, inspires greater movement, and results in more enthusiastic interaction amongst everyone involved. With that, I’m able to bridge the gap between the audience and the entertainers.” –Kevin Bene, Saxophonist, Vision Live Music Director
So, you’ve just said, ‘yes!’ and your friends can finally stop harassing you about ‘when are you going to get engaged?’ and move on to, ‘when are you going to start a family?’ But before we start picking out baby names, we have a fabulous wedding to plan!
Most romantics have an idea of what they envision their wedding to look like, but the part most haven’t considered yet is the execution.
To get your wedding-wheels turning, here are the top five things engaged couples will need to consider: