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!

Thursday, May 27, 2010

Disco anyone?

Lucy and Steve requested a variety of fun music for dancing at their wedding reception at the beautiful Los Altos Hills Golf & Country Club. Their guests were having a wonderful time when I decided to switch it up and throw on some disco. To everyone's surprise, Lucy's Dad, Toby, headed to the dance floor to show us his moves. He was, without a doubt, the hit of the party! Here he is dancing to "Stayin' Alive by the Bee Gees. Photos by Teresa Halton PhotographySteve and Lucy wanted a classy and fun reception and that's what they got. It was so much fun to watch them dance too. Instead of a traditional wedding cake, they had cupcakes. Yummy!

Special Requests:

First Dance: "Unforgettable" - Natalie and Nat King Cole
Father-Daughter Dance: "Wind Beneath My Wings" - Bette Midler

Here is a picture of the happy couple dancing their first dance.

Tuesday, May 11, 2010

Hawaiian and Korean Wedding

Brianna and Jason got a chance to incorporate a few cool cultural traditions into their wedding day at The Ranch Golf Club in San Jose. The groomsmen had beautiful lei's around their necks and the guests were treated to a special Hula performance after dinner. The Best Man, Dan, did a Korean Toast as part of his Best Man's speech. It was great to see all of the 130 guests join him as they yelled something in Korean several times. What were they yelling? I DON'T KNOW! But there was awesome energy in the room and it was fun to watch! Special Music Requests:

First Dance: "Simple as a Sunrise" by Na Leo
Uncle-Bride Dance: "There You'll Be" by Faith Hill
Farewell Dance: "Making Memories of Us" by Keith Urban

Jason and his Grandmother Betty joined Brianna and her Uncle Randy for the second dance. Halfway through the song, Jason's Mom Robin stepped in to dance with her son. It was a very special moment.