You just made it official, but your personalities don’t have to end with the flowers. Stage your personal style with interesting table centerpieces that describe you. These may include books, games, hobbies or any item/s that make you stand out. Don’t lose sight of the fact that your reception is a celebration; send a clear message to your guests that it’s ok to cut loose following your formal wedding ceremony (this, of course, assumes doing so fits your vision for your wedding reception). You might consider passing out crazy wedding favors to include masks, noisemakers and I have also observed silly string and the distribution of neckties that guests tied around their heads prior to cutting loose on the dance floor. Make it fun, make it you!
During the DJ selection process you were the most personable DJ we met with and the only DJ that actually took the time to get to know us, listen to us and hear our needs/wants. At no point did we have any concerns with your professionalism, talents or abilities to DJ our wedding reception. It’s a shame we are not getting married again because if we could have you DJ our wedding reception again, we would!- Michael & Mariana Montini