Stocklin Wedding 3/11/16

Written by: Harry McCloskey
IMG_1968I must start this blog by telling you what fun it was to work with Danielle and George! At In The Mix Event Group we offer many different services for your wedding day. We want to not only create a great wedding for you, we also want to relax our couples and not have them go to 5 different places to get 5 services they need for the big day. Why have a ton of vendors when you can get it all done at one place? It saves time and headaches! Danielle and George are one of the couples who took advantage of our full offerings. They booked 4 different services with us and we couldn’t have been happier to help them put it all together!

Our creative director Gregg sat with Danielle to figure out exactly what she was looking for when it came to her ideas for invitations. The look on her face when she saw the finishing product was amazing! After that Gregg couldn’t wait to get started on the custom seating chart. I can honestly say in all the weddings I’ve done, I have never seen a cooler seating chart; I swear I’m not being biased! Plus they had a fun custom guest book too. Gregg did a great job taking all Danielle’s ideas for their “Philly” theme, and he created some beautiful designs in a fun, artistic way.

As the big day approached DJ St James and I we were pumped! The reception was at Celebrations in Bensalem and we have done tons of weddings there. The room went from pretty to spectacular once our up lighting was set up. The uplighting doesn’t change only the look of the room; it changes the feel. After that, we couldn’t wait to get the party started! Throughout the night I saw people coming and going into the other room to take some pics in the ITMEG photo booth. They came back to the dancefloor wearing funny hats, giant glasses, and even some feather boas. It’s one of my favorite things at a wedding, because I always grab something extravagant and run out to the dance floor with it on!

We winded up having a blast doing the Stocklin wedding. Both DJ Saint James and I loved playing a bunch of throwback freestyle club hits towards the end! We never mind getting requests for some Stevie B or Lil Suzy. The crowd was fun and the bride and groom were a pleasure to work with!

To George and Danielle, thank you so much for putting your trust in our team here at In The Mix Event Group. I hope we made your wedding planning process a breeze. It’s exciting to also add that the couple have already booked ITMEG for another event in June. We cant wait!

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14 Questions You Need To Ask Your Wedding DJ

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Top 14 Questions to Ask Your Wedding DJ Before Booking

 

In our experience as DJs we have heard every question imaginable about wedding entertainment. As every good entertainment company should, we have an answer for all of those questions. From the basic to the outlandish we have experienced it all. Just like fingerprints, no two weddings are the same, and no two couples are identical. The one thing all couples who come into our office do have in common is their inability to ask the right questions. Almost every couple calls us with important inquiries after they left. We have decided to help you out. At In The Mix Event Group we want our first meeting to be as productive as possible. Use this guide to the 14 important questions you should ask your wedding DJ. Once the small talk is out of the way we can get right to the fun stuff.

 

Question 1. Are you insured?

Of course! Now-a-days most venues require it. Make sure you ask this when meeting with a DJ to perform at your wedding. Liability insurance protects you and the reception site in the unlikely event that your DJ injures one of your guests. A lot of DJs don’t offer this to clients, which should be a red flag when choosing your entertainment.

Question 2. Will you be the DJ at our wedding?

Often, the person you first meet with is not the person who will be your DJ on your wedding day. This is a common practice among large agencies. Do not let a large company just send a random DJ with a print out of your requests. In The Mix Event Group will tell you who your DJ will be from the start. We don’t provide “the” DJ; we provide “your” DJ. You can meet your DJ, plan with your DJ, and even annoy your DJ with tons of emails. We make it their job to satisfy you after all.

Question 3. How many events do you perform in one day?

If a DJ has already done an event in the afternoon, they will likely be exhausted half way through your wedding, which is when they need to be the most alert and active. Your wedding DJ from in the Mix Event Group will be well rested, prepared, and ready to perform for you. Your DJ is not able to do an afternoon event the day of your wedding because they will be preparing for your big day as they should be.

Question 4. Can we visit you at a performance?

There is only one acceptable answer to this question. NO. Sorry. That is just the way it is. If an entertainment company allows this it should be considered a red flag. In The Mix Event Group would not allow a potential client to crash your wedding to see us perform, and we will not make that exception for you. However we can provide you with plenty of testimonials and reviews to hopefully put your worries at ease.

Question 5. May we meet with you in person before we sign a contract?

Some wedding DJs attempt to conduct their interviews over the telephone or through email instead of meeting face-to-face with prospective clients. There are two reasons for this – either they don’t feel you are worth their time, or they have something to hide. In The Mix Event Group invitess every potential client into our office. Come check out our headquarters. We consider our office a second home and the door is always open to you.

Question 6. Will we meet again before the wedding?

Just like in question five, some DJs will attempt to do your final meeting over the phone instead of in person. Can you say annoying? In The Mix Event Group schedules a meeting in our office two weeks prior to the wedding to go over all those final details before the big day.

Question 7. Do you offer a written contract?

A written, legal contract is one of the first indicators of whether a DJ is professional and reliable. Furthermore, a contract establishes the DJ’s obligation to you. In The Mix Event Group doesn’t just offer a written contract, we require it. You should know exactly what you are getting from us and we should know exactly what you expect us to provide. There should be no hiccups on your wedding day… unless they are from nerves!

Question 7. Have you played at our reception site before?

No matter who you hire, ask them if they have entertained at your venue before. Every venue has different challenges, different room sizes, different acoustics, and even different load in procedures. There are thousands of great venues. At In The Mix Event Group we have executed weddings at many of them. If we haven’t be assured we will take the time to contact the venue to ask all the right question so we are prepared for your wedding.

Question 8. What if something happens to you and you can’t make it to the wedding?

Most responsible professionals have some sort of backup strategy should this situation ever arise, but others do not. In The Mix Event Group always has back up DJs and emcees on call every time we have a wedding booked. You never know what could happen, and we don’t want that pesky contract from question six to be a problem.

Question 9. Do you bring backup equipment with you to the wedding?

Even the most well prepared entertainers can have something go wrong. Remember all those times you had to print a report for school and conveniently your printer just didn’t want to work the night before it was due? It happens! Your DJ needs to be prepared. Having backup equipment in a warehouse 50 miles from your reception site won’t do much good either. In The Mix Event Group will have back up equipment ready to go if the unimaginable happens on your wedding day.

Question 10. Do you have a wireless microphone?

Every professional wedding DJ should offer a wireless microphone. If a DJ does not offer it they need to upgrade asap. Imagine toasts being given, a blessing being said, and announcements being made with three miles of wire dragging across your dance floor. In The Mix Event Group won’t let that happen at your wedding. We will have microphones and backup microphones just in case. Plus we cant get a

Question 11. How much of the music can we select for our wedding?

This is an important question to ask, because some DJs prefer to control the majority of the playlist. Other DJs prefer to let the client choose the majority of the music, and then use their expertise to make it all work. The DJ should be accommodating of your music tastes, and you should trust he will take your notes into consideration when they prepare for your wedding. In The Mix Event Group DJs prefer the couple give us a list of songs they definitely want played, and also a list of songs that they preferred not be played. No matter the couple we have the right DJ ready to start the party with the music you prefer.

Question 12. How long have you been a DJ and how many weddings have you done?

The number of years someone has been a DJ does not give an indication of their experience level. Some DJs only perform a few weddings each year. Do not ask your potential DJ how long they have been a DJ. Ask them how many weddings they have done. This will give you a better idea of how experienced the DJ is and how well they will perform for you.

Question 13. Do you act as the “emcee” and make all of the announcements?

Any professional wedding DJ should be comfortable with making announcements and serving as the emcee for the wedding, it is a standard part of the job. However some DJs are not comfortable with public speaking and they pass these duties on to someone else. Don’t end up with a waiter or a hostess making your announcements in a most terrible of ways. You should have an experienced speaker who isn’t going to sound like a boring college professor at your wedding. All of the DJs and emcees at In The Mix Event Group have experience on the microphone and can hype up a room with only their voice.

Question 14. What makes you different from your competitors?

Any professional wedding DJ will take pride in their work, and be able to answer this question easily. Some DJs, however, will take this opportunity to “bash” their competition and say negative things about specific DJs or agencies.  In The Mix Event Group does not bash the competition. We know we have a superior service to provide and that speaks for itself. What makes us unique is the fact that we offer a DJ and Emcee at each wedding we perform. This combo allows both individuals to give 100% to their true passion and makes for one magnificent night!

 

We hope this gave you some insight into those important questions you should be asking your wedding DJ. Now call and ask your In The Mix Event Group representative all the questions and see how we stack up against the competition.

 

5 Tips For Picking An Awesome First Dance

Written By: Gregg Wood

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The number of important decisions that a couple has to make for their wedding seems to never end. Entertainment, fashion, floral arrangements, and even choosing the perfect people to stand with you as you exchange vows, are just a few of the first things a bride and groom have to consider when they begin planning their special day. As someone who talks to couples throughout their entire wedding process, I often find that one of the most overlooked details is the “first dance” song.

The “first dance” song has many purposes. It creates a sound, an image, and a voice to the first public moment you will share as a married couple. As a young couple in love the last thing you should do is pick an oldie because it is considered a “classic.” As a frantic couple with an endless list of things to tend to the last thing you should do is pick a song because you heard it at a wedding before. As a couple with a unique relationship the last thing you should do is pick the song that you heard on the radio thousands of times because it has lyrics about love.

Now that I told you what not to do, let me help you out. There are tens of thousands of great songs out there that could be the perfect “first dance” song for you. Here are some tips to guide you towards finding the ideal song you have been searching for.

1. DON’T SEARCH ON THE RADIO: If you are searching for that perfect “first dance” song don’t expect to hear it on the radio. Unless you have some great indie channels on your satellite radio, the chances you are going to hear your “first-dance” song coming from the factory system of your Ford Taurus is highly unlikely. Very few ballads or slow jams make the top 40 so the chances that 102.1FM is going to introduce you to your “first dance” song on the drive home from work are almost non-existent.

2. SEARCH SONG LYRICS: Do you or your fiance have something specific to you as a couple? Think of things that mean something to you both and search them with the tag ‘song lyrics’. For example if he never puts his shoes away, google search “Messy shoes song lyric”. I can’t guarantee you will get a result, however their is a chance you will find a song that isn’t well know, but fits you as a couple perfectly. Obviously there might not be a love song about the way your fiance insists on slurping soup, or the way they wear socks twice before washing them so this might not work for everyone.

3. SKIP THE CLASSICS: You are a young couple in love. As you start a new life as newlyweds, it makes sense to pick a newer song for your “first dance” tune. The newer the song, the less of a chance people have used it at their own weddings. Classics have been used a million times by a million different couples. Unless there is a classic song that means something to you as a couple then your best bet is to pick a song that is less than ten years old.

4. GO INDIE: Don’t think that world famous superstars are the only talent that can create your perfect “first dance song. Try services like Spotify, YouTube, and Apple Music to find those hidden talents you might not know of. You can search playlists of romantic tunes, and may just find the perfect song for you. Plus those indie artists who haven’t hit it big will probably understand relationships better than the superstar that has been through countless relationships (aghem…Rod Stewart)

To help even more In The Mix Event Group invites you to take a listen to our Spotify account. We have compiled some of our favorite sings we think would be perfect for a “first dance”. Listen to them here!

 

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Stasson Wedding 10/3/15

Written by: Harry McCloskey

IMG_0556Juliana first came in my office in July for her October wedding, and I knew that we had a lot of work to do in a short period of time! She was interested in DJ services, uplighting and invitations! I immediately introduced her to Gregg our Creative Director so they could get right to work! Her invitations came out amazing! I honestly loved her ideas and the sunflowers! (see the pics below)

 

As the wedding day fast approached we were more then ready for the big day! We had the room looking spectacular with purple up lighting. DJ Grean had the music going and as the introductions began, I could immediately feel the energy in the room! After announcing the first couple, the bridesmaid Kelsey came in on a 4×4!! Which was awesome! I’ve seen a lot of props during introductions, but that takes the cake! As the rest of this enormous bridal party came in, the entire room were on their feet cheering for the bride and groom!

 

As dinner was over and we changed the music up, it was like a fire alarm went off and everyone jumped up and packed the dance floor! It was seriously like that from beginning to end. We played a large range of music throughout the night as there were people of all ages in attendance. One of my favorite moments of the night was when DJ Grean played “Paradise By The Dashboard Light” by Meatloaf. The bride and all of her sorority sisters were dancing and screaming in the middle of the dance floor! I jumped in the middle and handed the microphone to the bride and the whole room went nuts! It was an amazing night from beginning to end! Most of our weddings have people dancing from start to finish but this wedding in particular stuck out for us!

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I know this was a special night for the couple, besides the obvious reason that it was their wedding night, but because they were moving to Texas after the wedding! So we knew this was going to be one of the last nights they got to party with their friends before moving, and I’m happy to say I think they went out with a bang! Thank you so much to Juliana and Dan for having In The Mix Event Group be part of your big day! We had the time of our lives that night and we hope you did too!

 

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Heres the beautiful artwork from our Creative Director Gregg
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Heres  a testimonial from the bride after her wedding! 

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Ashton/Cochran Wedding 10/9/15

Written by: Harry McCloskey

bacon barSo within minutes of the couple being in my office I knew they were a fun couple and that this was going to be a great wedding! Honestly though, there’s nothing else I can start this blog with other then they had a BACON BAR during the cocktail hour! If that wasn’t a sign that this was going to be a good time I don’t know what else would have set me up for this fun filled night!

 

When Amy and Mark first came into my office, we talked about the general questions any bride or groom might ask, until they mentioned that the groom’s brother just so happen to be the “Justin Bieber” of Vietnam. Yes, you read that right! They knew right away that I thought they were joking, until they told me to look him up on you tube and there I found over a million views on all these videos. Next, they tell me that hes going to perform at the wedding! Which is exciting for me, because I always love to see new things at weddings!

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The wedding was at Normandy Farms in Blue Bell, and after the beautiful ceremony, and after we ate a lot of bacon it was time for action! The bridal party lit up the room as they were announced, and the bride and groom looked so happy and excited walking in! After the first dance and father daughter dance, the groom’s brother Kyle was asked to come up and sing a song for the groom and his mother. He sung “My Wish” by Rascal Flatt’s and his voice was remarkable! The whole room was amazed by this moment! It was definitely something I’ll never forget at a wedding!

The dance floor was packed all night and just as the reception was about to end,  “Hypnotize” by Notorious B.I.G. came on and the groom grabbed the mic with no shame and sang it word for word on the dance floor with his new wife by his side. That was hands down my favorite part of the wedding! Which is pretty hard to say after seeing the bride go nuts doing the “Whip” dance!

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All and all I thought the wedding was a complete success! We got to work with some great professionals too! The pictures in this blog are compliments of Ferrara Photography. Nicole was such a pleasure to work with, as well at Patrick the videographer from Your Day Productions! So in the long run we had an international pop singer perform, an amazing crowd on the dance floor, and did I mention a bacon bar yet!  The bride and groom looked like they had the time of their lives and thats always our number one goal!  Thanks so much Mr. and Mrs. Cochran for letting us be such an important part of your wedding day!

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Funk/Brooks Wedding 9/25/15

Written by: Harry McCloskey

Photos by: Artistic Imagery 

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When Jackie first came into my office to go over things I already knew it was going to be a fun wedding. In The Mix did her brothers wedding last year and we knew it was a party crowd, so I obviously was excited to get to do another member of the Funk’s family weddings!

The wedding took place at the beautiful Adie Mansion in Doylestown Pa. We have worked a couple weddings there over the years and I must say it’s an amazing place to have a wedding reception. It’s classic and elegant and I love the setting for there wedding ceremonies.

From the first moment I seen this couple standing in front of the officiant at the ceremony, I knew there was something special about these two. I have done hundred of weddings over the years, and granted most couples look happy and glowing on their wedding day, but it was something different with Jackie and Jim. For starters, it was hands down my favorite wedding ceremony I’ve ever been a part of! They decided to recite their own vowels, and although they had the crowd laughing at some of the things said, you could tell they were said wholeheartedly. I honestly just felt like it was a scene out of a movie.

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As Crystal aka DJ Skitlz opened up the dance floor, it was instantaneously packed with people waiting to get out there and start the party! The crowd was electric from the first song! And with much surprise, there was even a surprised guest there to make a special appearance! Yes, you guessed it, Pope Francis himself!

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As the emcee, I’m always looking for fun things to get the crowd involved, one of them being a game of spin the bottle! No, not the game we played as kids but the same concept. Everyone gets in a big circle and when the bottle lands on you, you get in the middle and strut your stuff! We’ll when the bottle landed on grand mom in a wheel chair you would think it wasn’t happening, but I was wrong, she was pushed in the middle of the dance floor and everyone went nuts as she was spun around! It was definitely a sight to see!

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This wedding was also the first wedding we got to use our new up lighting and WOW what a difference it was! I believe it made the room look amazing! It set an ambiance to an already exquisite venue. We had the room set to a pretty purple color, until we opened up the dance floor and then they changed to multiple colors for the rest of the night! Just like any man who gets a new toy, I was excited to set them up and check them out! Total success!

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As every wedding must come to an end, even though most of the time we’re having as much fun as the guests and never wanted it to end. The night came to a close with everyone once again in a big circle on the dance floor as the bride and groom sang on the microphone to Billy Joel’s Piano Man. It was a great time with a great crowd! Thanks again to Jim and Jackie Brooks, we hope it was everything you dreamt it would be!

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Senske Wedding 8/29/15

Written by: Harry McCloskey

Senske WeddingDid I ever mention how much I love “Beach Weddings!” This beautiful wedding took place at The Grand Hotel in Cape May, New Jersey. I think it might be the best view from a beach wedding I have every seen. The Grand Hotel is literally across the street from the beach.

When Bob and Laura came in my office to meet with me, they explained that they wanted to PARTY! Bob and I graduated high school together and I always knew he loved to dance, so I knew immediately that we would be in for a good time!

The couple’s next step with In The Mix was creating their signature invitations. Our Creative Director Gregg designed a beautiful pocket invitation in her signature coral and grey color scheme. It looked great against the shimmer of the silver pocket andthey included small waves and starfish that brought her beach themes wedding right to her guest’s mailbox.

The ceremony looked like it was a scene in a movie! The weather outside was absolutely amazing! Not to hot, and had a nice breeze outside. As Laura’s father walked her down the aisle, he greeted Bob at the front and the two exchanged hugs, and Bob gave his soon to be father in law a firm smack on the butt to get things going! Everyone in attendance had a good laugh before the ceremony began. Once again, showing us not only how close they were, but how much fun this day was going to be!

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As the reception started, and I started calling out the bridal party, I was excited to see Jake, whose probably about 7 years old come out. He told me during the cocktail hour that he has been preparing this for weeks! By now everyone knows the song “Whip” by Silento, well that’s exactly what he was prepping for. When I called his name and the doors opened for him to come out, he didn’t waste anytime to jump into character and start doing the dance! Like most kids, they love this song, and most know the simple steps of the refrain, but not Jake, as the DJ was about to stop the song at the end of the refrain, Jake wasn’t done, he kept going along knowing the next part of the dance. HANDS DOWN it was probably my favorite showing of a child at a wedding! I will seriously never forget it! I told him how great it was and that I put it on Facebook and the first thing out of his mouth was “wait how many likes did I get” LOL. Which I guess I should have expected this considering his dad (the groom) loves to dance! The apple didn’t fall far from the tree on this duo!

 

With that being said, how can I not talk about when Bob went to take off the guarder from Laura, and there was a skit done with his brother handing him a Michael Jackson jacket, white glove and hat to do a dance! I must give him credit , the guy has some killer dance moves! When Laura and Bob were done throwing thsenske wedding 5e guarder and bouquet, the two lucky contestants put on their own show as the second exchange happened! It was definitely a sight to see!

 

As the night went on, the crowd was great! Guests were dancing all night and I think they best part of the reception is when the DJ went into a late 90s/early 2000s set and everyone was on the dance floor getting crazy! Nothing gets us going more then seeing so much energy in the room!

All and all it was a great experience, we enjoyed ourselves and we hope everyone at the wedding did too! Bob and Laura, thanks so much for have In The Mix Event Group be part of such an important day in your lives! We wish you nothing but happiness throughout the years! Congrats again, and we look forward to working events for you in the future!

 

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Hansen/Huang Wedding 8/8/15

Written By: Gregg Wood

On August 8, 2015 I had the pleasure of officiating the nuptials of Evan and Katherine Hansen in a beautiful ceremony at Celebrations in Bensalem. From the moment I met this couple I knew they were two souls devoted to each other, and it was truly an honor to officially mark the start of their lives together by declaring them husband and wife.

I liked this couple from th11855723_10100545891411615_3431109992373391063_ne moment I met them at our first meeting. Evan seemed like a genuine guys guy, and Katherine was a fun and energetic woman with a skill for good conversation. I learned all about how the couple met, and their move across the state, and how weddings are so different in Philly from western Pennsylvania.

 

Evan and Katherine’s wedding was a unique affair. Katherine incorporated multiple influences from the couples Chinese and Italian heritage. The first thing I noticed was the brides multiple dress changes. She wore multiple gowns throughout theIMG_20150808_205005 night, one of which was a traditional red Chinese garment with intricate gold details. Each gown was more beautiful then the last. During the ceremony the couple conducted a Chinese Tea Ceremony. During this ceremony the couple kneel before a pair of chairs. Family members come to the chairs, sit, are served tea by the couple, and then give them their wedding gift. As a guest it was fantastic to witness. Katherine also created beautiful origami flowers that held Jordan almonds which are often seen at Italian weddings. The time and effort put in to those pieces is only something a true artist possesses.

 

Katherine and Evan chose to use In ThIMG_20150808_225704e Mix Event Group to provide a selfie station for their guests as well. This set up included fun props and other items for their guests to take great selfies and group photos at the wedding. After searching online some hilarious photos were taken at the selfie station. It was a true success.

At the end of the day I was able to marry two beautiful people in a beautiful summer ceremony. I wish Evan and Katherine years of happiness together! 祝贺

 

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Wilson Wedding 6/20/15

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This past weekend I had the pleasure of DJing the Wilson wedding in Downingtown, PA. The event was held at the beautiful family estate of Brey and Roger Stone. Hearthstone Estate was built in 1651 and is being fully restored by the couple. After you drive over a small bridge and pass a magnificent waterfall that cascades from the property’s pond you arrive at the vintage barn where the wedding was held.

Brey and Becca did a wonderful job preparing for Olivia and Keenan’s big day. The barn was transformed into a beautiful rustic venue with lights, pillows, flowers, and linens that brought the space to life. The barn housed the appetizers, DJ set up, a photo booth area complete with props, and some seating. Just outside the barn the dining area was set up on a lush area of lawn centered around a small dance floor. It was truly done impeccably.
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Just seeing Keenan and Olivia together was quite the sight. It was a pleasure to provide the music for a couple so in love. After the bridal party made use of the amazing scenery at Hearthstone Estate for their photography, a delicious dinner was served. I can not forget to mention that the brides sister Alex gave one of the most heartfelt and genuine Maid of Honor speeches I have heard in my career as a wedding DJ. It was a moving tribute to her sister, and the entire room could feel her words. Although the humidity was high, the couple and their guests were sure to make use of the dance floor when the party was ready to get started. I was happy to play such an eclectic mix of music for the unique group of guests and everyone seemed to enjoy the entertainment.
As the sun went down the grounds glowed under a plethora of twinkling lights and lanterns. As a few raindrops began to fall, the guests sent the couple off by lining the exit waving sparklers. Thankfully the rain held out all day until the very end. They say rain on your wedding day is good luck, and only a few drops gave the the happy couple just the right amount of luck.
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Congratulations Keenan and Olivia. It was my honor to be part of your special day. I give you well wishes for many years together.
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Hoch Wedding 6/6/15

Written by Harry McCloskey
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This wedding was an unforgettable experience for us! Where do I even begin! For starters this was a “back yard wedding” but nothing about that phrase explains how big their “back yard” is! The Hoch wedding took place on their 11 acre land in beautiful Burlington NJ.

 

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As I greeted the cowboy groom, he was anxious to see his bride! What I was anxious for, was to see the bride come trotting along on a big horse towards the ceremony area! It was something I have never seen before, and it was the coolest thing I’ve ever seen at a ceremony! So not only was it a cowboy themed wedding, but the officiant even had a cowboy hat on! The reception was filled with girls wearing dresses and cowboy boots!

 

Did I mention that I love horsehorses and that its been years since I’ve been around any? Or that I got a couple horse selfies throughout the day!! I know these lovable creatures loved all the attention, or just maybe we all enjoyed giving them some!

 

 

 

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As the reception went on throughout the day, I was a little worried that we wouldn’t have as big as a crowd on the dance floor as normal because of the heat, but that was no stopping this group! DJ Skitlz was on her A game and had the crowd going all day into the night.  To be honest this crowd got a little rowdy as the night went on, but nothing that Emcee Harry and DJ Skitlz couldnt handle! One of my favorite moments of the day was showing the grooms nephew how to do “The Wobble”  And I must say for a little kid, he was pretty on point about it!

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All and all it was a remarkable day, and we had a great time. The food was amazing compliments of Smokin Dudes. We also met Lauren from L Michelle Photography and not only was she on point with everything, but the pictures I’ve seen turned out amazing! I will definitely recommend her to our future clients!

This is the second Hoch wedding that In The Mix Event Group has been a part of! We did the grooms brother’s wedding last year, and happy to announce that we’re doing the grooms sisters wedding next year! Looking forward to getting to party with this fun family all over again! Thanks again to Jessie and Sara for having us be part of their special day! I hope we helped make it everything you ever wanted! See you at the next Hoch wedding!

 

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