Abby and Kofi were married at the beautiful Whetstone Park of Roses on June 17th, 2017. In spite of the heat that accompanied the day, Abby, Kofi and company came to celebrate and the dance floor hummed with energy throughout the night. Their celebration was a mix of select African tracks and R & B, dated and current and guests felt free to express themselves; often putting their own spin on the beats. Thank you so much Abby & Kofi for allowing me to be a part of your day. All my best!
On Saturday, April 22nd, 2017, Amelia and Weston were united in marriage at the Prince of Peace Lutheran Church. Following the nuptials, they rolled up in style by limo to the Columbus Cultural Arts Center to celebrate with family and friends. It was a brisk April day, but that didn’t stop guests from enjoying adult spirits in the paved outdoor courtyard while others took in the art on display to pass the time while awaiting the arrival of the bridal party. Bridal party members made their grand entrance to “Can’t Stop The Feeling” by JT, while Amelia and Weston crashed the room to “The Walker” by Fitz & The Tantrums. The bride’s father then delivered a nostalgic yet touching speech, offered a prayer of thanks and then dinner service began.
For their first dance, Amelia and Weston embraced to “My One and Only Love” by Nancy Wilson. Following the Father/Daughter and Mother/Son dances, Alumni members from both OSU and the College of Wooster assembled on the dance floor to respectively sing “Carmen Ohio” and “Scotland The Brave”. The dance floor then opened for all guests who bumped to music from a variety of decades; even forming their own conga line to “Love Train” by the O’Jays that nearly stretched into the next county. Just shy of 10:00 pm, every guest joined the Bride and Groom on the dance floor to bid them farewell to Billy Joel’s “Piano Man”. Following their Uber exit, guests continued to dance the night away. Thank you Amelia and Weston for extending me the honor and privilege to be your DJ! Photographs complements of LZ photography.
Chelsea and Todd exchanged vows in front of the Taylor Mansion on this picturesque afternoon on July 17th, 2016. Theirs was a traditional Jewish wedding with the breaking of glass ending in Mazel Tov. Following the ceremony, Chelsea & Todd spent some alone time getting to know one another as a married couple while guests enjoyed cocktails and conversation at the rear of the mansion and in some of the stately interior rooms. The wedding party was introduced to “Beautiful Day” by U2 and Chelsea & Todd entered to “This Is How We Do It”. The couple then cut their wedding cake followed by dinner, toasts and formal dances. Todd & Chelsea embraced for their first dance to “Magic” by Colbie Caillat. Guests then danced the night away and as a very special recognition, both Chelsea & Todd’s parents were recognized for having celebrated 45 years of marriage. All My Best! Chelsea & Todd.
On Saturday, August 27th, Ashley & Patrick were united in marriage at the Taylor Mansion in Columbus, Ohio. The planned start time for the ceremony was 5pm, but as threatening skies loomed overhead, all was delayed by 1-hour as torrential rain and high winds swept through the grounds. The storm did not dampen the mood and in fact, washed away the heat of the afternoon giving way to a beautiful ceremony. Post-ceremony, guests gathered at the rear of the mansion for drinks and light fare while I rolled out a good mix of light, upbeat music to set the stage for the night ahead. The wedding party entered into “Bring Em’ Out” by TI and groomsmen were leapfrogging over bridesmaids as they made their way into the reception area. When Ashley and Patrick entered, the music faded and they embraced for the first dance; “Die a Happy Man” by Thomas Rhett. Guests then enjoyed a 5-star meal and then brought an unparalleled level of energy to the dance floor that did not let up until the last note leveled off. My complements to Kylienoellephotography who provided the above pictures and who went above and beyond to capture the best moments of the day. All My Best! Ashley & Patrick
On this perfect July day with comfortable temperatures, Maria and Jordan said their “I Do’s” on the steps outside the Taylor Mansion. The lavishly landscaped grounds set the stage for the perfect backdrop for their ceremony. Following the ceremony, guests transitioned to the rear of the mansion to enjoy cocktails and good cheer while the wedding party remained for pictures. Crystal Jo of Crystaljofoto was a real pleasure to work with and she was ready at the helm to capitalize on the best photo ops throughout Maria and Jordan’s day. The wedding party was introduced to “You Make My Dreams Come True” by Hall & Oats and Maria & Jordan entered gracefully into their first dance; “I Could Never Promise You” by Don Francisco. Their first dance gave way to dinner, toasts and an energy packed dance floor for much of the evening. For their final song, Maria & Jordan requested “In The City” by the Eagles. All of their guests joined them on the dance floor for this send off to spread their love for this truly amazing couple. Thank you Maria & Jordan for allowing me to be a part of your day!
We can’t begin to express our sincere thanks and gratitude toward Jeff and the outstanding job he did for us to help create a lifetime of memories for our SPECIAL DAY! We heard several comments from our guests on the GREAT music selection Jeff provided and even got the non-dancers on the floor! What a fun reception!!! We will certainly recommend Jeff for future services to friends and business associates! THANKS A LOT JEFF! You were awesome and very accommodating to us and our guests! Todd & Ken
Joe & Tricia had their destination wedding on Captiva Island on April 23rd and celebrated with friends and family upon their return in the beautiful Venitian Room at LaScala. When the time arrived for the bridal party to be introduced, they stormed the room to “Feel This Moment” by Pitbull and Christina Aguilera. Joe and Tricia then embraced for their first dance as a married couple in Ohio to “I Found You” by Alabama Shakes. After mingling with friends and family members who were unable to make the trip to Florida for the wedding, the groom’s brother and Best Man gave a very heartfelt toast. Since this was more of a casual, celebratory affair, Joe and Tricia did not engage many of the traditional formalities. Instead, they chose to be fun and willing participants in the Wedding Shoe Game and as game show host, I fielded a series of fun questions to determine just how well the beautiful couple knows one another. The evening then gave way to a night of dancing. All My Best Tricia and Joe!
Photo by Stephanie Brann Photography www.stephaniebrann.com
Jenna & Randy united in marriage on May 27th, 2016, on the steps in front of the Taylor Mansion on Broad Street in Columbus, OH. The luscious landscaped grounds of the mansion added elegance to the affair as a cellist filled the air with melody. Following the ceremony, guests filed to the rear of the mansion to partake in cocktails and conversation. As we launched into the reception, Jenna and Randy entered to “Let It Happen” by Tame Impala. The beautiful couple then embraced for their first dance to “Someone Like You” by Van Morrison. Toasts and dinner then commenced followed by an evening of dancing, laughter and good cheer. Thank you Stephanie Brann Photography for the above photo and it was a privilege to work with you. All My Best! Jenna and Randy
On April 16, 2016, Bethany and Sam tied the knot at Dock 580 in Columbus, Oh. The couple chose this urban venue with an industrial look and feel to host both their wedding ceremony and reception. Millennium Mobile DJ #WeddingDJColumbus had the privilege to spin for both their wedding ceremony and reception. Bethany and Sam’s wedding guests began filing into the loft at Dock 580 late afternoon on this picturesque day for a wedding. After the couple made it official, guests strolled downstairs for cocktail hour in the cool brick and mortar structure beneath the loft which one can view from up above. At the close of cocktail hour, I directed guests back upstairs to the loft and in grand style, introduced the wedding party up the staircase to join their guests in the loft for a buffet style fare. Following dinner, everyone filed downstairs for an evening of dancing and fun. Bethany surprised her father with a song she personally recorded for their dance. He was very touched to learn as the song faded out when I announced this surprise. Bethany’s grandparents also celebrated 70 years of marriage and proved a force to reckon with on the dance floor.
I had the honor of DJing for Jennifer and Kevin at Lascala; a very cool venue featuring two elegant rooms for a reception. The Venitian Room is ideal for a smaller crowd while the Caruso boasts more real estate for a much larger guest list. I also had the distinct pleasure to work with Teresa & Kelsey of Leenabeephotography who happen to be sisters. They interacted well with the guests and were at the ready with their cams to capture the evenings best memories. Kudos to Teresa & Kelsey for the photos in my slideshow on the homepage.
When Jennifer and Kevin arrived at the reception site, I lined up and introduced the bridal party who entered to the song “Levels” by Avici. Jennifer and Kevin expressed their fondness for one another by entering to “My Life Would Suck Without You” by Kelly Clarkson. The bride and groom immediately transitioned to the dance floor to embrace for their first dance; “Lucky” by Jason Mraz and Colbie Caillat. The bride’s father, Best Man and Maid of Honor then spoke and asked guests to raise their glasses to toast the beautiful couple. Guests then enjoyed a fine Italian fare for which Lascala is famous for delivering while listening to the best of Vitamin String Quartet, Michael Buble and Jason Mraz. Following dinner, we transitioned to parent dances.
Jennifer and her father Bryan danced to “Tale As Old As Time” by Beauty & The Beast while Kevin and his mother Melanie danced to “You’re The Inspiration” by Chicago. Next, the bridal party crashed the dance floor to a thumping “Shut Up & Dance” by Walk the Moon. Midway through the song, I invited all guests to join them and the dance floor immediately ignited. Prior to bringing up the lights to signify the end of a great celebration, I invited Jennifer and Kevin to the center of the dance floor along with all their guests and bumped “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey.
Jennifer and Kevin, thank you for granting me the distinct honor to be your DJ and all my best in the years to come!
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Jeff was very professional and provided excellent service. Jeff provided many ideas to keep our wedding guests involved. He gave us the idea of the wedding shoe game and everyone talks about how that was hilarious and fun. We had a lot of shy guests that didn’t want to get on the dance floor but Jeff had guests get up and form party lines and had us doing a conga line! It was awesome! Our really only one request was that he keep the dance floor full and with our shy guests he was able to entice involvement and keep the party going. I will recommend him anytime!!! For the organized bride he also makes a good vendor because he replies to all his emails and is very organized himself. He never gave us a worry that he would not fulfill our service agreement and went above and beyond what we ever expected!!