What is your most memorable wedding?
My most memorable wedding is probably one a few years ago on New Year's Eve. It was a half greek wedding with over 200 guests - the atmosphere during the evening reception with everyone dancing was just amazing! Although it was a late night which didn't finish until 1.30am I could have easily carried on, such great fun!
Creating that kind of atmosphere is what I ultimately strive towards at each wedding.
Describe your style in 5 adjectives.
Fun, professional, different, relaxed, award-winning!
What about your business are you most proud of?
I could say winning the Wedding DJ award at the Four Counties Wedding Awards (three times!), but actually I am most proud when create an amazing party and have my couples running up to us to thank me afterwards!
What is your No. 1 wedding planning tip for couples?
The only things you HAVE to do on your wedding day is sign a form and swap rings! Everything else can happen however you like. Do things how you want to do them, not just what traditions suggest you should.
What is your favourite personal touch you have seen at a wedding?
In 2018 I did a wedding that was very much dinosaur themed, and it was amazing! From the table decorations to the groom and his best man dressing up in dinosaur costumes later on! The couple were big dinosaur and Jurassic Park fans and they fully embraced this. And of course I managed to fit in some Jurassic Park theme music!
Describe your typical process with a couple.
The more I know about you and your plans the more guidance I can give you in terms of personalised entertainment for your event.
I have a super simple booking and planning process:
1. Get in touch, tell me about your plans for your big day
2. We arrange a consultation meeting or chat
3. We arrange and confirm the booking
Once your booking is confirmed...
4. Access to your own personal online planning account
5. Lots of build up and excitement while you add to your music playlist
6. Support and guidance from the day you book until the day of your event