The absolute hottest trend we’ve seen over the last few years that we love...Private Last Dances.
A wedding day, while meticulously planned, can be a whirlwind for the Bride & Groom from start to finish. No matter who they’ve hired!
So, when do they get to enjoy a moment together during their wedding day before the honeymoon? That’s very often, the billion dollar question.
There’s a number of things the couple can do to create moments, a first look before the ceremony, taking the “long” way in the limo from the ceremony to reception or eating at a sweetheart table.
None compare to a Private Last Dance!
After the last song is played, the DJ gives instructions to the guests about where to line up for the exit outside the venue, then the Newlyweds enjoy a few minutes dancing together in love to their favorite song while their photography team goes to work.
The pictures that the couple get from those moments are some of the best we’ve ever seen!!! The feedback from our clients has been so over the top positive that we had to write a blog about it!
Say yes to a Private Last Dance & thank us later!
It was the fall of 2008 or 2009 & we were in Clemson, SC across Lake Hartwell from their football stadium for a sorority party. They set up a tent for 500 people & told us to bring the party. It was ALL the way live!
At this time in lighting technology, LED fixtures weren’t around yet. Most dance floor lights were those theater stage can lights that get extremely hot & only show up well with “fog or haze” effects added.
Not only are those lights great for dance floors, they also provide light for other dark areas in a venue. In 2021, wireless battery operated fixtures have taken the place of can lights.
Back to the party. We were using a fog machine to enhance our show lighting that night, as we did with most every other event at this time.
I had thought to myself a couple times that with each cycle of the fog machine, the fog seemed to grow instead of dissipate. We checked the settings on the fog machine & everything was correct. So, operation continued as normal.
It was just after the headlining DJ Chill Will took the stage that an older woman came to the booth shouting, “Don’t blow no more smoke!” Little did we know, this was the “Mom” of the sorority...and little did she know that our fog machine was on a timer...
Before we could shut it down, the Chauvet Hurricane erupted with it’s signature haze & she lost her mind!!! Rarely, if ever, can a human voice be heard over an amplified sound system...it was that night in Clemson, SC!
Later that night while loading out, we found out from our security team that the guests were smoking weed every time our fog machine cycled...so that’s why it took so long to dissipate...
There are thousands of names, maybe even millions. Names give people an introduction to you before a formal one has happened. Without names, getting to know each other would be much different and probably a lot more difficult.
So, why are names important and what’s in a name?
1-Names create identity, clarity & purpose. Names are important so people that haven’t formally met you can get an idea of who you are. This is talking to strangers without saying a word. Be what your name conveys to the public.
2-A name is your identity and how everyone remembers you. You name will be repeated thousands of times during your life and possibly after. Search for the meaning of your name. You can be surprised at how close the definition fits your personality.
3-Names are also important because they create clarity of identity for separation from others. It’s no secret that there are millions of people in this country and having clarity in your name will benefit you for years to come.
4-Names give purpose to those associated with it. Even in times of doubt, a great name will guide those supporting it. When a name transcends itself into those it’s intended for, the possibilities are endless.
5-What should be in a name? Everything you are and nothing you aren’t. We are professional DJs from the Greenville, SC area. Greenvillian DJs tells the public both of those things. We aren’t producers or photographers and it’s clearly stated. There’s no need to confuse future customers.
Your name is unique, so let it shine! Love it, embrace it and be the name people will remember!