HOW TO CREATE THE ULTIMATE WEDDING DAY PLAYLIST

A good wedding playlist is the icing on the cake when it comes to setting the mood for your wedding day. And it tastes even better knowing the music being played was chosen by you, because sometimes you can never be to sure when trusting the judgement of your entertainer.

But, do you know exactly which parts of your wedding should be set to music? Do you know what song you will need for your grand entrance to the reception? What about your first dance, cutting the cake or even the last song of the night? Don’t fret if your not sure where to begin with creating your own playlist, we’ve got just the website to ensure your guests are rocking that dance floor all night long! 

HERE’S HOW ONE COUPLE THREW THE BEST PARTY AFTER THEIR ELOPEMENT!

Erica and James eloped earlier in the year, in a small ceremony in Downtown Durham, NC. A totally unique experience,the couple spent the day hanging out a Food Truck Rodeo and local brewery, but the couple still wanted to throw a wedding for their friends and family to celebrate. Their priority was to have a wedding that was fun, low-stress, and that represented their life as a couple.

RELAXED NEON RAVE WEDDING IN CAMDEN

From the bunting on the ceiling and the glow-sticks in glasses, to the hand-written t-shirts that served as table plans, so much of the final flourishes for Katrina and Tom’s neon rave wedding came together in the final days and it is oh so completely their style! “Our wedding took place in the Prince Albert…

THIS DIY WEDDING IS THE EPITOME OF HOMEMADE

Eric and Lindsey were married at Café Brauer, a restaurant and ballroom building at the south pond in Lincoln Park. Brauer is one of the most beautiful examples of Prairie School Architecture in Chicago and was a perfect ceremony venue for Lindsey and Eric, both of whom are artists and creators in Chicagoland.

Their friends and family celebrated with them at the Aquanaut Brewing Company, which was founded by Eric in the Bowmanville/ Edgewater neighborhood of Chicago. Their reception was wonderfully personal, with details created by the couple, their family, and their friends.

In the yard of the Aquanaut Brewing Company, Lindsey started a flower farm called Avium Flowers and sourced almost all of the flowers for her wedding from that farm. Eric brewed special batches of beer to serve to guests. Lindsey’s mom spent hours hand-lettering the signs scattered around. Every part of their day was meaningful and beautiful!