If you are planning an event to include dancing, you’ll need a space where people can get down.  Depending on the location of your event, that may mean a gravel, wood, carpet, stone, concrete, tile or … perhaps a plastic or glass surface.  Light up dance floors have a plastic or glass top surface and…

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I recently provided services to a wonderful couple planning their wedding day.  I was involved from the perspective of helping them plan and then providing the DJ entertainment for their wedding reception.  What a event they were planning… A church wedding ceremony followed by an elegant party at a local country club.  One of the…

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This article is intended to give you insight on planning your first glow theme party. Glow parties can be a blast, but if you haven’t done this before, I have created some tips here to make your glow party more successful. UV Black Lighting:  Ambient light is bad for the UV black lighting effect.  The…

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   I recently had the opportunity to provide my interactive digital dance floor for an evening of fun at Messiah College in south central PA.  They had three student DJs competing for the crowd’s favor while the built in lighting and sound systems created atmosphere.  The added light up dance floor was a hit, drawing…

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Bridal show season is upon us.  Many Sundays January thru the end of March offer multiple locations for engaged couples to peruse various vendors to get ideas and potentially get great deals.  Some shows even offer a chance to win grand prizes like honeymoons, catering services, diamond necklaces and more.  I’ve found that some people…

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Last weekend I provided the entertainment to help celebrate a 50th birthday party.  An event planner hired me, planned out all of the décor items, ordered the cup cakes and invitations.  He took care of sending out, receiving and noting who was coming and any regrets.  The birthday girl booked the hotel banquet room and…

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I have received calls from a few people considering renting sound equipment so that they can play music from an iPod or computer at their event. Some of them mention how expensive it is to hire a DJ so I thought it might be helpful to list the differences between doing it yourself (DIY) and…

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Over the past 25+ years, I’ve been involved with both indoor and outdoor events.  The outdoor events have proven to require just a bit more planning because there are some extra aspects that must be contemplated. The weather can be nice or nasty.  Think about what affect rain, fog, moving water (runoff), soggy ground, cold,…

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This topic is part of the planning process which I take couples through while planning out their wedding reception experience but this applies to parties and corporate events as well.    Annual, milestone and once-in-a-lifetime events can all benefit from a photo montage during the experience.  Here’s the top five reasons why: 1) Not everyone…

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