I created this blog to share with you some of my fun experiences from the many Weddings and Special Events I do every year. If you only have time to read a little bit, you can always click on the favorites link to the right to read my favorite postings. Thanks for stopping by!

Tuesday, February 24, 2009

I'm a Flirty DJ!

I was so honored and excited when I was invited to be a member of The Flirty Guide. This is a very exclusive website with some of the best Wedding Vendors in the Bay Area as members. It also happens to be one of the coolest websites for Brides to get very unique and fun ideas for their wedding day. Are you flirty? Check out the website by clicking on the banner below and find out for yourself. Have fun!

Sunday, February 15, 2009

Daddy's Little Girl.

Valentine's Day...what a great day to get married! For Lisa and John, it was over a year and a half of meticulous planning before the day finally arrived. What a great success it was. I really enjoyed getting to know them. And I really got a kick out of Lisa's Dad Steve. He invited me to his home for wine and cheese last year during the planning process. He even invited me to join him for breakfast on another day. What a cool guy. So cool, that he surprised his daughter by arranging for singers from Opera San Jose to sing a few songs during the dinner. It was so beautiful and so romantic. The 150 guests who came to the Sainte Claire Hotel in downtown San Jose to celebrate with Lisa and John had a great time.It was a fun, lively crowd that danced to a great variety of music. Here are some special songs that Lisa and John picked:

First Dance: "Sway" - Michael Bublé
Father-Daughter Dance: "Daddy's Little Girl" - Al Martino
Groom-Mother Dance: "Into The Mystic" - Van Morrison
Cake-Cutting Song: "Sugar-Sugar" - The Archies
Farewell Dance: "The Way You Look Tonight" - Michael Bublé
What a night. From Steve's heart-felt welcome speech and the perfectly-choreographed First Dance to the fun bubble-blowing finale, it was a night to remember for all...especially for the Father of the Bride.