Wedding season has really jumped into full gear, and last weekend The Commander’s Mansion in Watertown was the place to be! With amazing food provided by East Meets West Catering, and the flawless planning of Marrero Events this Wedding was truly Top Notch! Uplighting was provided by Creative Uplighting, and the tent looked phenominal! Laura and Will decided to use blue, and green tones to highlight their tree theme which couldn’t have looked any better. Being on Cinco DeMayo they decided it would be exciting to wrap up their cocktail hour lawn games including Croquet, Bocce and Ring Toss with a Pinata! It made for an amazing photo-op for Melissa Coe Photography!
I had the pleasure of working with Jamie and the JPod Productions team at the Four Seasons Boston over Valentine’s day weekend. Please check out JPod’s short teaser film at: http://jpodproductions.com/blog/2012/03/emily-andrew-wedding-trailer-four-seasons-boston-wedding-video/.
In addition, I’m happy and proud to announce that 5 Star Events was chosen as the “Vendor of the Month” by the amazing cinematographers at JPod Productions. Please follow this link to here JPod’s review of our company: http://jpodproductions.com/blog/2012/03/vendor-of-the-month-5-star-events/
First, as a dj I’m a fan of great music and Nick & Nikki picked a ton of it for their Lakeview Pavilion wedding. Here are some highlights:
First Dance: “Helpless” by Niel Young & the Band
Cake Cutting: “I Second That Emotion” by Smokey Robinson & the Miracles
Introduction Music: “Long Way to the Top” by AC-DC & “Baba O’Reilly” by the Who
For dancing the request list had a predominantly classic Soul, Motown, R&B feel. The dance floor started out packed with Marvin Gaye & Tammi Terrell’s “Ain’t no Mountain High Enough”. The crowd went crazy to the follow up “I Want You Back” by the Jackson 5. The frenzy continued right through to the very last song – “No Diggity” by Blackstreet feat. Dr. Dre. Crowd favorites included “Get up Offa That Thing” by James Brown, “California Love” by tupac, “Magic Dance” by David Bowie, “Shout” by Otis Day & the Nights & “Ain’t Too Proud To Beg” by The Temptations to name a few. [ continue reading ]
If you’re a Red Sox fan and Fenway Park is out of your budget or logistically impossible for your wedding, there are some other ways to incorporate your favorite team into your big day.
Option 1: Consider hiring Red Sox announcer Carl Beane to introduce your wedding party. He’s available for hire provided it’s off season, the Sox aren’t playing, or the team is playing an away game. [ continue reading ]
This Indian Pond reception was fun from the start. Mike & Liz entered the room to thunderous applause as Young M.C.’s “Bust a Move” set the groove. Their first dance was to Ray LaMontagne’s break out hit “You are the Best Thing”. The guests were ready and the new Mr. & Mrs. Watts didn’t disappoint. They didn’t waste an inch of the dance floor.
Above you’ll see their awesome fall themed cake. I loved the autumn leaves. But even better, below you’ll see the groom’s cake. Go Pats!!
From the very beginning, the giant dance floor at Indian Pond Country Club was packed!! It was a djs dream wedding. Below you’ll see some fun pics of the dancing.