As the old saying goes, throw a stone in any direction and you’re going to hit at least ten photographers. Okay, maybe that’s not an old saying, but the fact remains that those who specialize in wedding photography are everywhere. Just a localized Google search will likely turn up dozens, if not hundreds, of names. How to tell who is just right for you, your theme, your budget? Of course you could go by recommendations (and you should), but there are other things to look out for. What worked for your BFF may not be your cup of tea. Our friends at The Knot have some hints for you to get started here.
(Don’t forget, we at LET’S PARTY can help you out with photography along with your music and entertainment. Feel free to ask about photo packages when you call us at (561) 251-0810 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org!)
We heard you loud and clear! We’ve been hearing from a lot of grooms as well as partners in same-sex couples who mentioned how involved they were in the planning process. As a result, our monthly feature, Bride’s Corner will now be called Couple’s Corner going forward!
We at Let’s Party hope you have been finding our Bride’s Corner features fun and informative. There’s many more to come!
Hope your Valentine’s Day was filled with chocolate, flowers, love, and above all…MUSIC! We here at Let’s Party DJs had a fun-filled weekend out and about in South Florida. Check out what we were up to.
On Friday night, DJ Phil put on his boogie shoes (and his headphones) to spin tunes for a corporate awards party at the Marriott of Delray Beach.
Then on Saturday afternoon, the “D&D Music Factory” (DJ Darryl and DJ Danny aka “DJ Kayne”)–OMG!!–brought the fun to Olivia’s communion at the Boca Raton Resort and Club. Of course, the dynamic duo couldn’t resist striking a pose themselves when they had a spare moment. We’ve done a few parties for this particular family, so we can always count on a great time for all!
Lastly, on Valentine’s Day, DJ Buddy showed off his office for the day before emceeing Andrea and Eric’s wedding at the Delray Sands Resort.
One thing all three parties had in common: all were family-friendly, fee-friendly, and above everything else, fun! At LET’S PARTY, we know you’re on a budget, so we are happy to work with you to get that event of your dreams to fruition–and have you totally hands on in the process. Why not call (561) 251-0810 and ask for DJ Buddy or Katrina? They will be more than happy to set up an appointment to talk to you about your occasion. Of course, you may also email us at email@example.com anytime! We look forward to hearing from you!
Last Thursday night, LET’S PARTY provided the entertainment for an open house at the Chapel of St. Andrew in Boca Raton. Nancy from St. Andrew was kind to host us as well as give us a tour of the beautiful landscaped grounds.
During the evening, visitors enjoyed exquisite cuisine from Culinary Artz Catering as well as fabulous desserts from Crepetit and All Star Cupcakes. But of course, it was all about the music, and that we were on point to provide them.
Throughout the night, as DJ Buddy took requests from guests, DJ Izzy and DJ Kat spun tunes, handled announcements, and were in charge of raffle drawings. Izzy also handled the aqua uplighting.
At the Chapel of St. Andrew, we were happy to see old friends and make some new ones. All the vendors we worked with were top notch, making for a chill, friendly vibe. We hope to see everyone again real soon!
You probably already know from reading this blog (as well as checking out our Facebook and Pinterest pages) that LET’S PARTY is responsible for some of the best entertainment in South Florida. You’re probably also aware that we are the experts in lighting to enhance your party. But did you know that we could also do your decor? Yes we can!
DJ Phil was behind the decks for this corporate party at the Bocaire Country Club in Boca Raton! When you have lights and sound this amazing, you let the music do the talking for you.
Bring it all together and it may look a little something like this. (The song playing is “Shut Up and Dance”–how appropriate!)