DJs For Weddings in Florence, and Anywhere in the Carolinas
Our Online Wedding Reception Planning Sheets detail everything you want, when you want it, what music you want to accompany it with, and also let us know exactly what you DON'T want. Your Florence Wedding DJ will be 100% prepared to deliver the goods at your reception in accordance with YOUR wishes.
We provide innovative Disc Jockey Entertainment throughout the greater Florence Area, and will help design and deliver your DREAM WEDDING—from the most elegant formal reception, to an exciting full-throttle celebration! Being YOUR wedding DJ is our full-time job. We are: well-prepared with extensive planning completed for YOUR event, fully-experienced serving brides and grooms for decades, well-equipped with new and modern gear all backed up on site, fully-insured providing you with complete coverage, members of the American Disc Jockey Association delivering what is promised and striving for perfection. Call us! We look forward to furnishing references and inviting you to visit one of our events. 800-359-5618
Florence, SC is a city brimming with history, character, and Southern charm. Chartered in 1871 and incorporated December 24, 1890, the original township formed as a railroad terminal. The town was named after Florence Henning Harllee, the daughter of William Wallace Harllee, the first president of the Wilmington & Manchester Railroad. Today, Florence is a community with a population of approximately 33,000 residents.
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Adapted from an article by Andrea Pruss
When you pick up that first glossy wedding magazine and begin flipping through its pages in the hazy afterglow of becoming engaged, the number of options available to you as a bride can be a little overwhelming. The average bridal guide starts you thinking about the fact that many important elements of your special day from the church and reception venue in Florence, SC to the wedding gown to the disc jockey and photographer need to be ordered months in advance.
They often also include tips that suggest shopping for all of these things can be made much easier if you can get to a bridal salon or florist shop between 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday to Friday. Unfortunately, for many brides nowadays, these are also the hours that are usually spent working at their other full-time job the one that earns them money rather than costing it. The numerous elements that go into a wedding can easily take up most of your time, but there are ways to keep your focus so that you can get the most out of both your career and your wedding.
1. Consider keeping your good news to yourself for a while among your office mates. Weddings in Florence, as in anywhere in the Carolinas are exciting news for everyone around you, and if you start discussing your plans with your co-workers the day after you get engaged, you'll have months of wedding talk to deal with. Too much time spent discussing your wedding with co-workers can make people feel like your career has become your second priority. One bride took her honeymoon during her normally scheduled vacation'time, only breaking the news to her colleagues the month before she left. She got to experience the excitement of discussing her engagement all over again!
2. Try to make wedding-related phone calls during your lunch hour, if possible. If you have your own office, close the door; if you share a cubicle, keep in mind that your neighbours don't necessarily want to hear you debating the merits of beef versus pork with your caterer for the fourth time. Otherwise, be prepared to listen to their solutions! Don't feel obliged to invite every co-worker to your wedding to whom you ve vented. Guest lists can be the source of enough dissension between you, your groom, and your families without adding an entire office. By the same token, try not to imply to co-workers that they'll be sharing your big day if you know you won't have the space.
3. Delegate as much as possible. If you have the funds, a wedding coordinator can really take a lot off your shoulders. If not, your bridesmaids would probably love to take over the responsibility of searching for their dresses. Would your mothers consider searching out the perfect cake and reporting back to you on the weekend? One mother-of-the-bride mastered the Internet so that she could become the primary researcher for her daughter s wedding, searching out dresses, flowers, and photographers and sending the relevant links over e-mail.
4. Consider taking a few days off during the wedding planning process to really focus on getting the elements of your wedding into place. If you and your groom can book some of the big elements (reception hall, church) early, you won't feel as pressured to continually check up on things during the workday.
5. Finally, remember that your wedding is just one day in your life, albeit one of the most pivotal. If it's not entirely perfect, you ll still remember it all your life. Your job, however, will still be waiting when you get back from your honeymoon. Remember to keep your work up to it's usual pre-engagement standards, and everyone will feel happy joining in your joy and excitement.
Adapted from an Article by Tracy Shea
Most women dream of looking their absolute best on their wedding day. In fact, many brides in Florence, SC spend the period of time from their engagement to their wedding day, toning up, losing weight and eating better. But while dreaming about becoming a buff bride is one thing, actually becoming one takes work. Here are some easy tips to help you get in shape for your big day.
May your Florence, SC wedding plans go smoothly. Music on the Strand's DJ ENTERTAINMENT looks forward to being a part of your special day!
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