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We love to party and every once in a while the smaller, more quaint wedding is fun. This wedding was just that.

Another convenience in location, Lesley & Jon’s ceremony AND reception took place at Greystone Golf Club and Banquet Center in Romeo, MI. The weather wasn’t very friendly and there was one giant curveball we had to dodge. The ceremony was slated to start at 5:00 PM but had to be moved up by 15 minutes because of high wind and a looming thunderstorm. They said “I do” and the celebration quickly moved indoors.

The rain came and went and the guests started filling in the reception hall. The bride & groom made their entrance to Europe’s “The Final Countdown.”

The best man, maid of honor, and mother of the bride all gave very moving toasts before dinner. The bride’s great uncle blessed the meal and dinner was served.

Once dinner was over, the bride & groom’s first dance was to Christina Perri’s “A Thousand Years.”The bride & her father danced to "Lullaby" by Concrete Blonde.

We had a great time at this event! This was another classic case of someone we knew referring us to someone that needed a DJ. The night was perfect and we couldn’t have asked for a better couple.

Congrats again, Lesley & Jon!

 
 
Weddings are cool.

Graduation parties rock.

But NOTHING beats playing for your nephew and his entire 4th grade class! This was the highlight of the year to this point. What an absolutely great bunch of kids! And when my nephew asked me to be a part of this special event, I had to say YES! There’s nothing I can really say to describe how fun this was. You’ll have to see it for yourself.

To the principal, Mrs. Reinke: THANK YOU!!! I would love to come back and play for this great school any time. :)
 
 
As far as Michigan weddings go, our new friends Caroline & Tyler win the prize for furthest distance traveled to play. Their event took place at the Knights of Columbus Hall in West Branch, MI. And we loved EVERY minute of it!

Can you tell what their color scheme was? :)

What a quaint little town! We loved this small town, country setting for a wedding. The church was right around the corner from the hall, so that made things really easy for the guests.

The bridal party, bride, and groom all entered to the country crowd favorite “Country Girl (Shake It For Me)” by Luke Bryan. It got all 300 guests on their feet. And they did something different that we loved. Instead of the traditional daddy/daughter and mother/son dances, they did a snowball-type dance where Tyler and Caroline started dancing and then brought up their parents. Then after a bit, those 4 all went and found a partner…until EVERYONE was on the dance floor. HOW FUN!

And we got the opportunity to get to know Rob of Freezie’s Photo Booth of Saginaw. Did we hop in the photo booth again?

Absolutely.

The 2 hour drive was worth every second. Thank you for bringing us along for your very special memories!
 
 
Simply put: this was a really fun wedding.

Tina’s been a friend of ours for quite some time now and it was nice to play another wedding for a friend. It was unique in, that, Mr. & Mrs. Eazy put it on their guests to capture their memories for them. We love that idea!

They chose horizon blue as their color scheme and it worked very well. Blue is a great color. The reception was held at the Holiday Inn Southgate’s Banquet & Conference Center. The room held all 150 of their guests nicely and was a beautiful venue for us to play.

The newlyweds and their bridal party entered the reception to "Dirt Road Anthem" by Jason Aldean. And as far as dances go, it was pretty simple. Tina & JT kept it to just their dance and did so to "God Gave Me You" by Blake Shelton. 

Other than us (wink, wink), the highlight of the event was the photo booth from infinity photobooth.We even snuck in there with a few of our friends (actually, Brett’s dad and step-mom were invited to the wedding, too.)

Mr. and Mrs. Eazy: thank you for having us on board to keep your party rockin’! It was a blast!