Manchester Specialist Wedding DJ Black Swan
Dance In The Clouds for your first dance and allow your photographer to really get some awesome pictures to treasure forever. Dry Ice is relatively new in terms of the wedding market. Not many DJs/companies do it. I decided to offer the effect it to differentiate myself from the competition and overnight night B+Gs and other vendors/venues are floored by how nice it makes the room look.
This was at the Black Swan in Hollins Green. They only accept Friday Weddings now as it is a busy venue in it’s own right. It has also just had a £1million refit with hotel added onto it. On Saturday 16th I provided an all day Wedding Day package. This involved:
1) I provided the Ceremony Music in the Church (Before/during/after)
2) Next I was already set up in the venue to provide Master of Ceremony duties.
3) Background Music was played whilst Dinner was served
4) Background music was played for the Drinks Reception
5) Disco was provided till 1am
My clients also booked…..
6) Uplighters to create coloured washes of light onto the room walls
8) Dry Ice (Dancing In The Clouds)
9) Candelabra Hire
To book any of these services please contact me for a chat or to book a meeting
Link to Black Swan
Reasons to consider picking a non significant date for your wedding
Marriage can be one of the most beautiful things in life. But lets be honest and open when looking at some facts!
So are you thinking of getting married? How about on a rememberable day such as Valentines Day, Xmas Eve, a family birthday etc..?
Now imagine you fall within the 34% of people of will be divorced before the 20th Wedding Anniversary and you then have to be reminded about the marriage failure every year on year. This is what happend to me! On holiday in Europe I proposed to my ex girlfriend on my birthday. Needless to say we never got married but once we split up it took many years before I could enjoy my birthday without this stain being connected with the day. Now I always recommend not to use special key dates to get engaged or married on. Yes we have to be optomistic about what the future holds but why chance something that happens to 1/3 of married couples. Don’t get me wrong I believe in marriage. It can bring couples closer, create an even greater bond and give children the extra security from a loving family home. I just now feel with such high failure rates it’s worth the consideration. Below are some figures:
The Office for National Statistics said there were 119,589 divorces in 2010 compared with 113,949 in 2009.
Other key findings are:
• The divorce rate fell in 2011 to 10.8 divorcing people per thousand married population from 11.1 in 2010
• 34% of marriages are expected to end in divorce by the 20th wedding anniversary
• The number of divorces in 2011 was highest among men and women aged 40 to 44
• The average marriage is expected to last for 32 years