September is always a busy month full of amazing events for us at Cutting Edge Entertainment. One of those events was the wedding reception of Kerri and Justin, a couple I had a great time working with. The best part of working as a DJ is that I have fun at my job. At the office, at a party, meeting clients, or behind the mixer, most of the time I am having a blast. I enjoy meeting with brides and grooms and talking about their wedding, going through a timeline, finding out about the music they like to dance to and just visualizing the day with them. I feel that many folks choose to book Cutting Edge Entertainment because they have a good time meeting with myself and our staff, and if we can have fun in a meeting for an hour, it’s likely that we will have a rocking time at a four or five hour reception. I am confident that is why Kerri and Justin chose Cutting Edge Entertainment as their Wedding DJ.
Kerri and Justin just happen to be one of the best kinds of brides and grooms… the party animals. They were definitely the stars of this show, and played up the role of bride and groom to the max. They were out their on the dance floor celebrating the entire time, and when I played a song like “Don’t Stop Believing” by Journey, everyone had no problem singing along. I played music that spanned all different genres and eras at this party. The guests partied to everything from “Do You Love Me” by The Contours to “All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor. As you can see by the images here in the blog post, this was an awesome crowd.
This wedding was held at the Manor House at Commonwealth in Montgomery County, and I had the chance to work with Richard, Julie, and the rest of the incredible staff at this venue. It is important that there be plenty of communication between the kitchen and the DJ, to ensure that the event runs smoothly, and the folks at Commonwealth excel at this. At this wedding, I knew that once guests were seated, they would be immediately served their meals. The best run weddings are the ones where there is no stop in the action, everybody is either watching (or participating in) a formality (such as the first dance, parent dances, cake cutting, etc.), eating, or on the dance floor doing their thing. I also had the opportunity to work with Krista and Michael from Michael’s Photography. They did a wonderful job capturing images for our blog.
Thank you again Kerri and Justin, and the best of luck to you in your lives as husband and wife.