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Ashlee and Austin’s wedding at Matt Lane Farms was filled with fun and emotion. Their wedding video shows just how much this sweet couple belongs together!
The most cringe-worthy sentence for any experienced wedding vendor is, “my friend is actually DJing my wedding”. Yikes. When an inexperienced friend DJs your wedding, you’re most likely going to save money, but it could be at the expense of an amazing evening. DJs are the reason wedding receptions sink or swim, and here are a few reasons you should consider a professional DJ.
First off, a DJ is responsible for running the show all night long, including equipment and lighting set-up to the toasts, cake cutting, first dances, etc. Without a professionally trained wedding DJ, you may end up with someone who just enjoys music and is inexperienced in running a wedding. Honestly they may be completely unaware their responsibilities go far beyond just playing great music! Professional wedding DJs know how to run the entire reception smoothly and will make sure the night you planned goes exactly how you envisioned.
Along with running the order of events, a DJ must command a room so all your guests are on the same page in order to keep the night moving the way it was planned. By not knowing how to take control of a wedding reception, a DJ will likely end up shoveling off the responsibility of running things over to the bride and groom. It is, after all, the bride and groom’s reception, and if the DJ who was paid to do it can’t perform, then the pressure is put on the married couple to keep dinner lines, speeches, and first dances moving.
Medical emergencies, power outages, mix-ups with wedding vendors, uninvited guests… There still is no way to make wedding days immune to the accidents and craziness life throws at us. An experienced, professional DJ has been through many unfortunate situations and can power through any event with ease. This not only keeps you calm, but most of your guests won’t even notice when you have calm, confident vendors moving things right along.
If you get a bad cake, you have a bad cake, but if you get a bad wedding DJ, you have a bad reception. It’s well worth the money to get a good DJ, and make sure your wedding reception is the best you could imagine it to be!
We always hear about engagement pictures but never much about an engagement video. Cheryl and Matt’s love story turned out absolutely stunning! This video captures there personalities and love perfectly. <3 I know as the years pass and memories fade they will be so thankful that they can relive how they got engaged and there emotions leading up to there wedding!
We can guarantee your Complete Weddings + Events Northwest Arkansas wedding photographer will grab detail shots of your rings on your wedding day. These shots done creatively end up being some of the most cherished detail shots of the day. So whether you’re a wedding photographer looking for ideas, a bride looking for inspiration, or you’re simply engagement ring shopping, take in all this gorgeous bling below with this Complete Weddings + Events photography collection of wedding rings!
Our hearts are melting. ❤️ No really… it’s been hot out, plus the summer love in the air has us quite heated! We’ve looked through the past few months and found sweet, summer wedding photos to give you that outdoor wedding inspiration you need, while warming your heart.
How do you decide on the attire your groom should wear on the big day? This is one decision that sets the standard for black-tie, white- tie, formal, or semi-formal affair. But what if you don’t really have a preference? Well, we’ve got you covered! We’ve provided a simple guide on how to decide whether a suit or a tux is just right for your groom and your wedding.
First, What’s the Difference?
All suits and tuxedos are not created equal. The biggest difference? Satin. This is usually seen on the detailing of a tuxedo, decorating the buttons, lining the lapel, or commonly seen on the side-stripe down the pant leg. Suits are made using one type of fabric, which makes them slightly less formal. You will find when accessorizing a tuxedo, you’ll include a waistcoat, cummerbund, and bow tie. That said, these accessories aren’t needed for a tux.