My weekend started out with a fun post-holiday party for the employees of Galloway Ridge at Fearrington Barn in Pittsboro, North Carolina, so it was awesome to leave that night and be able to leave my gear set up for the next day’s wedding! Joe & Lindsey had their ceremony at the Garden Terrace on the Fearrington property and immediately after guests made their way to the barn for the reception. I had music playing and drinks and food started flowing. After about an hour of cocktailing, it was time for introductions to the song “Best Day of My Life” by American Authors (always a great choice). Joe & Lindsey came in to a loud crowd and went right into their first dance “The Luckiest” by Ben Folds, a great song and even more fitting because Ben Folds is from Chapel Hill! The father of the bride welcomed everyone, a family friend gave the blessing and dinner began.
As dinner concluded, Lindsey and her dad and Joe and his mom did a “combo” dance to “Isn’t She Lovely” by Stevie Wonder. After that it was party time! At the first slow break, we did the Anniversary Dance to “Had to Be You” by Harry Connick Jr. and then back to more dancing with only a short cake cutting break to “How Sweet It Is” by James Taylor and then a little later a bouquet toss to “Single Ladies” by Beyonce. These folks danced for well over two hours all the way up to the sparkler departure around 11. What a party! Great winter wedding! I can’t wait to see the photos from Krystal Kast!
DJing is more than just showing up and pressing play. It’s also more than just knowing how to choose songs and mix them together. Begin a wedding DJ is about creating experiences and atmospheres. That’s what our DJing philosophy boils down to. We don’t want to just provide the perfect music. We want to create the perfect day. That’s why we excel in what we do. And this wedding was a perfect example of that. Working with this awesome couple to create the day they envisioned is something we’ll never forget. And it’s a service we provide all our Raleigh Weddings again and again.