Tuesday, August 24, 2010



We wanted to let you know how happy we are to have worked with you. When we started looking for DJ's it was the most frustrating thing. Late meetings, laser lights, scary radio host voices, bad jokes and the makings of hiring a rodeo clown were unwilling topics of our meetings.

Luckily, we ran into you. You were easy to work with, made great suggestions, we appreciated your taste level and most importantly we trusted you. The day of our wedding came and everyone could not have could not have had a better time. The dance floor was filled the entire night.

After the wedding all we heard was, "Who was that DJ? He played the best music and we have never had so much fun at a weeding."

And as a side note, thank you for the pictures. They are awesome.

Thank you again,
Brandon & Christina

Monday, August 23, 2010

Julie & Darryl - August 21st, 2010

Location: The Pittsburgh Golf Club

This was my first Wedding Reception at The Pittsburgh Golf Club. The club is absolutely amazing. The stunning old architectural details. . the colors, the lay out of the rooms. . . If you are wanting a Country Club Reception, this is a place to consider.

It's sad that they can not advertise for wedding receptions because it is a private club. . . But through my research you DO NOT have to be a member of the club to have a reception there.

Ok, I do want to talk about the food at the reception. OMG, I can easily say the dinner was one of the best I have ever ate at a Pittsburgh Wedding Reception. . . I want to say it is on my top 3-4 of all time. This alone would make me have my wedding reception there. The butternut squash soup was "to die for"!

Ok, enough chatting and down to the pictures.

Setup Picture
Julie and Darryl had a wonderful small family and close friends only reception.
Thus the need for only one Bose L1 tower.

This is the room where the cocktails were located. Julie and Darryl brought in a live Spanish Guitarist to play the cocktail music.
(There was a Latin theme through out the night)

This room is located right beside the main ballroom. . there is a wonderful open flow through out the entire bottom floor.

I love the limes that Julie brought into the night. . .

Like I said, there was a Latin theme through out the entire night, even the cake topper.
"Day of the Dead" bride and groom.

Julie and Darryl's first dance.

Bestman Sam giving his very funny toast.

Maid of honor, Christie giving her toast.

Julie and Darryl in the cake cutting ceremony. . . Oh, the cake was delicious also!

They combined the Father / Daughter and Mother / Son dance.

Live, Laugh, Love and dance the night away.

Intro: Batter Without Honor or Humanity - Tomoyasu Hotei
Gonna Fly Now (Rocky Theme) - Bill Conti
1st Dance: That's Where It's At - Sam Cooke
Cake Song: Love Song - Enya
Parent Dance: Turn, Turn, Turn - The Byrds
Anniversary Song: Embraceable You - George Gershwin
Last Song: Best Days - Graham Colton

The Pittsburgh Golf Club Contact: Karen Bertram
Photographer: Mary Schwarz - Birtchtree Photography

Thursday, August 19, 2010


Received this email minutes ago from Natalie and Chris.

Hey Jeremy!

Chris and I just got back from our honeymoon and we wanted to let you know how thrilled and grateful we are to have had you DJ at our wedding! We saved up for a while to have the wedding we always wanted and having you be a part of it was simply priceless.

After our initial meeting I was so excited about how you were open to any new ideas and offered such a diverse selection of music and have it all blend perfectly together.

Finally when the big day came, the music was absolutely exceptional to say the least and one of the guests told me how refreshing it was to hear a true DJ at a wedding playing really good music for once and not just the typical stuff. There were also a lot of requests for a copy of the songs that were played. We really enjoyed every moment and can’t thank you enough for being truly professional, original and as elegant as ever =)

Thank you so so much!

Natalie & Chris

Monday, August 16, 2010


Got this the other day. Doug was Gina's DJ.

Hi Jeremy!

I just wanted to say thanks--though that alone seems insufficient!

From the first phone call, up until the wedding day--it was truly a pleasure to work with you & have you apart of our wedding! I also can't thank you enough for all that you did to find the version of "My Little Girl" that I requested. I know it wasn't easy--and others would have given up--but it meant so much to me that you went the extra mile for me and my father. Our dance on that day was so special and that song was just perfect! Thank you again. I'm so appreciative!

Also, I have to say a BIG thank you to you for also recommending & getting us in touch with Doug. He was EVERYTHING you promised and more. He was AWESOME! Leading up to our day, he was fabulous to work with--so easy going, but detailed. And on our wedding day, he absolutely kept the party going! I think the dance floor was packed all night!! Not only were Jeff & I thrilled with him, but we heard so many comments from our guests too!

There are so many things that make our wedding day memorable! However, the music & dancing from that night will forever be in both of our minds! From our first dance as husband & wife, to Jeff & my father singing "Glory Days" (as if they were Bruce!), to our groomsmen having a dance-off with "Footloose" and our last song! It truly was a magical party and something we'll remember forever!

Thanks again!


Tuesday, August 10, 2010

Chris & Natalie - August 8th, 2010

Location: Bella Sera, Cannonsburg, PA

Setup Picture. . . and also the delicious cupcakes.

Room shots.

Our best man, Dan giving his toast.

Maid of honor Masha

Right before the cake cutting ceremony, Chris and Natalie said their thank you's.

Cake Cutting Ceremony.
They had a little cake that they did the ceremony with. After the cake cutting the guest were invited up to grab the flavor of cupcake they wanted.

Chris and Natalie's first dance.

I am sure you could tell from the pictures of the room layout, Chris and Natalie had a very small family orientated wedding. There was less than 95 people there. . . . What you can't tell from the pictures is Natalie and her family are from Ukraine. . . They came to the states when she was 7 years old.

It's nice to do a small family weddings also.
Live, Laugh, Love and Dance the night away.

Intro: Praise You - Fatboy Slim
Cake Cutting: 1963 - Rachael Yamagata
1st Dance: You Were Meant for me - Sting

Bella Sera Contact: Michelle Houston
Photographer: Travis Neely