When planning your wedding there are thousands of questions you will have to consider. What will your bridesmaids dresses look like, what will your center pieces be, or what will be your first dance song?With everything you have to plan, sometimes it can be easy for a few key things to slip through the cracks. Here are 10 of the most important things couples often overlook when planning their wedding.
Imagine that it's your wedding night. All of your friends and family are sitting down in a beautifully decorated room. They are all so excited and happy for you and your new spouse...and then all of a sudden they hear the worst most awkward toast ever and the whole night is ruined.
Last night we had the distinct honor of DJing for the All In For Ethan: Rare But Not Forgotten Fundraiser. This annual fundraiser raises money to help kids with Giant Axonal Neuropathy(GAN) improve their quality of life. They also contribute to GAN research to halt the progression of this terrible disease.
Night to Shine is an annual prom night designed specifically for people with special needs.
At Amplified Events we pride ourselves on creating the perfect atmosphere for you and your guests. Uplighting offers a great way to customize the look and feel of your wedding venue.
At Amplified Events we are passionate about music being played in it's purest form.
Instagram and other photo social sharing platforms are huge trend in the wedding industry right now. Many couples are looking for something fun and interactive that their guests can enjoy through out the night.
These are the most important questions to ask any professional disc jockey you are considering for your wedding, and will help you accurately gauge the professionalism, reliability, and honesty of any wedding DJ you are considering.
To find out if the DJ you are meeting with is a professional or an amateur here are 10 warning signs that you should be on the look out for. If you see one of these signs, run!
Recently, someone asked me what makes a good DJ? Why shouldn't I hire a band instead?
While none of these songs are as bad as the Red Wedding’s “The Rains of Castamere,” here are 10 songs that often get requested but should be avoided at weddings.