Friday, September 28, 2012

Dominique & Matthew - September 22nd, 2012

 





 


 


 


 


Dominique & Matt's first dance.


Dominique's Parents giving the welcome speech. Her Brother Sam was up there as well.

 Our Maid of Honor, Nicole.


Bestman, Chris giving his speech.














Cake Cutting Ceremony.
 




Dom & her father Sam in the F/D Dance.


Matt and Sue in the M/S dance.


















Dominique and her grandfather, Dominack. Her pap is turning 90 in January!


Live, Laugh, Love and Dance your Night Away.

 
 


 

 

 



 


Intro Songs:

  • Party Rock
  • I Gotta Feeling

1st Dance: Everything I Do I Do it for You - B. Adams
Cake: Today Was A Fairytale - T. Swift
F/D Dance: I Loved Her First
M/S Dance: My Wish
Grandfather Dance: Wonderful World

Hall Contact: Christina Domasky
Photographer: Ovation Images

Thursday, September 27, 2012

Testimonial - Kathy & Paul


This testimony is not only for you, Jeremy, to know just how amazing we think you are and how much we were truly blessed to have you as a part of our special day. This is also for you, the nervous (perhaps already having the pre-wedding stress eye twitch) bride or groom-to-be. You have probably sifted through countless dj sites, review pages, and cringed at the thought of one of those lame, obnoxious, and embarrassing wedding djs. Well guess what? I have awesome news for you-no need to look any further than Jeremy. (seriously! take a deep breath, consider this check done)

Planning a Latrobe/Greensburg wedding from Cleveland was already a challenge for us. I, being the OCD planning bride I was, had two years to plan our wedding and new right away who I needed to book as our dj. The Pittsburgh Knot board was buzzing with brides upset that Jeremy was already booked for their day and I couldn't believe how many of them were gushing over his skills. I popped onto his website(how amazing is that background music by the way? I used to keep that minimized at work slow dancing in my swivel chair www.jeremyganss.com) and immediately realized why everyone loved him. He's different. He views music as it should be viewed, as art. His passion for his profession is clear and his talent couldn't be more obvious. After confirming him (thank you for not thinking I was too crazy for booking that far out, Jeremy!) his genuine care for our wedding was clear from day one. He walked us through everything and made us feel comfortable with the entire process. Seriously, he took care of everything! Which was amazing when I had enough to worry about with everything else.

Jeremy provided our cocktail, dinner, and reception music. People are STILL talking about how much fun they had. One of my biggest concerns about the reception was people not dancing. With the guests we had coming (sorry, great aunt Marty) we assumed that everyone would be sitting at their tables awkwardly watching me do the robot, alone, on the dance floor. To our surprise the dance floor was full the entire night! Only Jeremy could pull that off. I was humming to every song during dinner (which caused for some unflattering photos, thanks Jeremy) and dancing as much as possible during the reception.

It was a true joy to have Jeremy provide the music for our reception. He was attentive, caring, and unbelievably talented. He pronounced our last name DiVincenzo correctly (can you believe it?) and seamlessly shifted through the various dances and events through the reception. He even created a custom father-daughter dance for us! I can't say enough for him as a vendor. He stayed in contact with our other vendors, allowing me to sit back and relax, which is talent in and of itself ;) Jeremy we loved having you! Future brides and grooms would be making a huge mistake to underestimate how important music is for their wedding. If you're looking for a respectful and gifted vendor for your wedding look no further than Jeremy, he is the BEST!!


Wednesday, September 19, 2012

Annie & Jim - September 15th, 2012

Setup Picture.

 






 






Annie and Jim's First Dance.

Jim's brother and Bestman, Philip giving his toast.


Jim and Annie wanted to give a big thank you toast to everyone.














I've always said this, Alice at Carnegie ALWAYS makes some wonderful looking cakes.
 


 Annie's parents never had a chance to have a first dance at their wedding. Why? John was in crutches. Jim and Annie wanted to give them the first dance they have always missed.


















Live, Laugh Love and Dance your Night Away!

 
 





 


 


 


 


 


 


Intro" I'm on A Roll - Stefano
I Gotta Feeling - BEP
1st Dance: Love Song - Adele
Cake: Lucky - J. Mraz

Hall Contact - Liza Reed
Photographer - Joey Kennedy
Caterer - Parkhurst
Florist - Hepatica