Sunday, August 15, 2010
Wow, a wedding that began with the Grand entrance hi-lighted by the soundtrack from The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly...lol the Ceremony was on the cliff overlooking the beach and the reception was right there in a wonderfully decorated tent. The style was modern and cool and the Bride and groom were to be truthful, good friends of mine. Britt is a beautiful, sweet person who married a great guy. I loved this event because they covered every angle they used Open door photography www.justinjacobsphotography.com .... I really enjoyed working with them again and they were a great match for this bride. I also liked the food by Phoenix Fine catering, prime rib ...ohhh yea. phoenixfinecatering.com Shelly and Michael did a wonderful job as usual. The whole event came together perfectly with lots of work and they Danced.... did they ever dance. DJ Bob
The mood of a Wedding, the air of a new beginning. They don't always go as planned and yet somehow, we always seem to find a way to salvage the point, the point that says Two people got married today. Mackenzie and Adam have a vibe, they affect everyone around them in a happy positive way. I take great pride in making people laugh and find humor in so much of life but I rarely laugh as hard or as often as I did with these two. The dancing part of the night took a back seat to the positive energy and friendship these two have. Nothing seemed to matter, the wedding was set in a beautiful valley surrounded by mountains, facing the sun set. The reception was outside next to the most inviting barn you've ever seen. Katie Disimone was the photographer www.katiedisimone.com and that means they'll be remembering this day with images that will be stunning. This was the warm fuzzy one for this year, I won't forget it soon. Have a happy life you two, you deserve it.
Ok, Sometimes it's personal! We're lucky, we meet so many cool Brides and Grooms.. but Lacey and Jared are just awesome! I have to say, we haven't seen the last of them yet. They got married on the beach in Avila Beach by Mike Metcalf www.wcwedding.com with amazing color and a casual style you can only get on a sunny day in the sand in California. The reception moved to Avila Beach resort www.avilabeachresort.com With over 125 guests (over 1/2 were teachers and or coaches) in attendance the smiles and laughter were just overwhelming. We did a hilarious roast of the Bridal party and that energy rolled into a really fun event. If I could just give every Bride and Groom one look at how it's supposed to be, this would be it. They were so relaxed and so fun, it made you want to be around them. I envy them, and I'm proud to say we had a part in this day. DJ Bob was there! www.p1dj.com
I loved this wedding! I got a call last minute from another DJ to cover an event when their DJ/friend of the Family fell out for Family reasons. I was luck enough to have the date open so We quickly set an appointment with them and dialed in all the plans they had been working on. I really enjoy working at Old Spanish Ranch and this Bride & Groom were as cool as they were fun. This was a mix of Modern Country and Old School from the 90's. The ceremony was under a huge Oak and the Bride walked to the song "Two is better than one" by Taylor Swift. The dancing was off the hook, I got a chance to mix classic 90's R&B and Hip hop (which I Love) and the energy in the room was awesome. Their family and friends came together to make this happen and I could not have been happier until the next couple of days because I received no less than three separate calls telling me how happy they were. Even the DJ (GY Ryder) who connected us got a call to tell him how great it all went. WHAT A DAY! ....
Every event has it's own style, if you get it right it's yours and these two went to extremes to get it just right. The modern country style is simple, but requires the perfect venue and they had that, Santa Margarita Ranch. The history of the Mission inside the barn is unreal. Imagine your guests walking into your reception in a huge American style Barn only to see the original walls of a California Mission era church being protected by the barn. The original Wells Fargo Pony Express stop for that area is right there on the property and they even have one of the original Disneyland Park trains which can be used to show your guests the property (No Really) ..lol This Bride and Groom had their ceremony in this historical barn and then spent a warm day outside with their guests. The entire event was handled wonderfully by Amy and her crew from Fancy's Events, www.fancysevents.com we love working with them and when you add Phoenix Fine catering phoenixfinecatering.com to the list of vendors, the food is great. I want mention the Photographer as well, Calyton Austin claytonaustinlovestories.com came all the way from Texas to shoot this event and he doesn't know it but he is a Central Coast person waiting to happen..lol His style is very much along the lines of our favorites here, Jeff Newsome, Cameron Ingalls, Ashley Blake, to name a few. Well to wrap this up, this Bride and Groom did it, they got the style they wanted, Theirs! DJ Bob www.p1dj.com