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The Ultimate Wedding Planning Party!

We're participating in The Engagement Party on Sunday, May 2, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm! This Ultimate Wedding Planning Party for the Bride and Groom will be held in the beautiful outdoor setting by the pond at Engaged Wedding Library at Quarry Ponds Center, 5530 Douglas Blvd., in Granite Bay, CA 95746.

Over $10,000 in prizes will be given away including a wedding gown, diamond jewelry, invitations, DJ, photobooth, flowers, and lots more! There will be a cake dive and other fun competitions for couples! Plus live music, cake and caterer sampling, on-site portraits and photobooth, dance lessons, hair and makeup demos, wedding fashions, and over 50 wedding vendors!

FREE admission! A special prize drawing will be held only for pre-registered attendees, so visit the Events page at now and sign up to attend!

Wedding Tip #17 - Phases of a Reception: Music Sets the Mood and Ambience!

Couples should keep in mind that there are several phases to a reception: the cocktail/social phase, the meal phase, the traditional phase (toasting, cake cutting, first dance, etc.) and the open dancing/party phase. Different styles of music and song selections help set the mood and ambience for each phase. Do you want your reception to be classy, romantic, fun-filled, or energetic? It doesn’t have to be just one or the other. It can be all of the above! Think about each phase separately and decide the kind of atmosphere you want created. A professional disc jockey/emcee will know a variety of music styles and songs to help set the mood and ambience you desire. He also will make the transition between each phase run smoothly.

Wedding Tip #16 - A Professional Disc Jockey/Emcee Is Priceless!

Investing in a professional disc jockey/emcee may save money and stress in the long run. A professional will maintain the flow of events to ensure the reception runs smoothly. In turn, that can reduce unnecessary costs and headaches. For example, he can sequence and time key events (parent-child dances, bouquet/garter toss, etc.) to keep them on track and avoid putting a photographer or videographer into unnecessary overtime. This saves the couple the dilemma of paying extra costs or missing out on capturing special moments. Also scheduling some things earlier, such as the cake cutting, may translate into lower catering costs as the caterer may be able to release some staff once the cake is served. The true value of a professional disc jockey/emcee is priceless!

Wedding Tip #15 - Greet Your Guests in Style!

A receiving line can form immediately after the ceremony for the bride and groom, and perhaps their parents and wedding party, to formally greet guests and thank them for attending. It enables one-on-one time with guests, and provides an opportunity to receive congratulations, a hug or a kiss. Downside: the time it takes will delay post-ceremony photos; it has the potential to mess up the bride's hair and makeup as she receives congratulations, which may add further delay while she fixes them; it will delay your guests’ arrival to the reception; and it will add a corresponding delay for your arrival. A better alternative may be to greet your guests in style by visiting with them at each table towards the end of the meal.

Music To Get Your Feet Running!

We're pleased once again to provide the musical entertainment for Run Rocklin. The 7th Annual run will take place on Sunday April 18th, 2010 at Johnson Springview Park, 5480 5th St., Rocklin. Kids Run 7:45 a.m., 12K 8:00 a.m., 5K 8:15 a.m., and Kids 1-mile 9:30 a.m. Proceeds benefit the Rocklin Police Officers Association Matt Redding Memorial Scholarship Foundation.

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Wedding Fair 4-15-10 Doubletree Hotel Sacramento

On Thursday April 15, 2010, 5:00-9:00 p.m. please join us for a private wedding fair at:
The Doubletree Hotel Sacramento 2001 Point West Way, Sacramento CA 95815
Consult with industry experts like us to create your dream wedding!
Win a trip to the California Wine Country!
$10 charitable donation at the door
100% of donations benefit UC Davis Children's Hospital!
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Wedding Tip #14 - Something Old, New, Borrowed, Blue

It’s a tradition for a bride to wear or carry “something old, something new, something borrowed, something blue” for good luck on her wedding day. Many times the item(s) could have great significance or meaning, such as something old passed down for generations, something borrowed from a dear friend, or something new picked out specially for the bride by a bridesmaid. While some items may be too intimate to discuss, others may be perfectly okay to mention. If appropriate, have your professional disc jockey/emcee announce at the reception what the special item is and how you acquired it to allow others to share in knowing the source of your good luck!