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“I really felt so relieved every time we left a meeting with him”

Having Alan as our wedding DJ was SUCH a good idea!
I felt like Alan just knew EVERYTHING. We met multiple times to discuss details and he provided his opinion and thoughts on topics that I wasnt sure of. I had never planned a wedding before so his experienced input really helped us make some decisions on how our ceremony and rehearsal was going to run.
Alan met with us a couple of times for multiple hours to hash out details and I really felt so relieved every time we left a meeting with him. Just felt *phew,* got lots of details checked off the list!
On the wedding day, Alan ran everything so smoothly and helped keep us on schedule. He played all the songs I wanted and really made sure I (the bride) was happy and my needs were met.
We LOVE Alan! Thanks for all the hard work you put into our wedding! it turned out perfect.

Alison and Justin Rew
Married at Willows Lodge in Woodinville

Do NOT play

You might call them the worst wedding songs ever. You might think of them as cheesy wedding songs to avoid. You might think of them as great songs that get people to dance with you. Whatever, the case, thinking about your “Do Not Play” list is very important when you...

Are you ready for anything?

You spend a LOT of time planning your wedding and envisioning the perfect plan. But sometimes, things can go awry. You might have a funny wedding disaster and go viral on YouTube. How you deal with that will go a long way toward determining whether you have a great...

The Fake Out Recessional

One fun way to enhance your ceremony is to fake out your guests at the recessional. I can start with a very traditional version of “The Wedding March” and then, after a few seconds, mix in to something contemporary and upbeat. My favorite way to do this is with a song...

Your Own Story in your First Dance

You can have a truly unique first dance song at your wedding. In addition to selecting the perfect song, I can work  with you to weave your story, told in your words throughout. Would you like a first dance that will cause your guests to look up and pay attention?...

The Perfect Wedding Timeline

OK, the title of this post is a misnomer. There isn't ONE best timeline. Every couple and every event is different.BUT, having a well-thought-out timeline is essential for your day to flow smoothly. Many wedding venues in Seattle and the area require music to be done...

How do you give an unforgettable wedding toast?

This is where I give you lots of advice on how to give an unforgettable wedding toast.

DJs and How to Hire Them – Podcast

I was honored when hosts Shannon Palmer and Kim Mills invited me to be a part of From Ring to Veil – their amazing series of Podcasts on wedding planning. Our topic was DJs and How to Hire Them. You can access it below. Some of the things we covered: Why does a couple...

Reception Timelines on From Ring to Veil podcast

“From Ring to Veil” is one of the country’s best wedding planning podcasts. So how fired up was I when co-founder Kim Mills invited me back to talk about one of my huge passions – timelines. I think THE key to a smooth-flowing wedding reception is to think through ALL...

Starting Your Wedding Plan – video

I joined with Paulette Deckers, the founder of the Northwest Bridal Showcase, for a conversation about planning weddings. Where should couples start? What do they need to know during the various stages? What tips do the pros know? I hope you’ll check it out.

How to Officiate a Friend’s Wedding

One of the trends I see is couples asking a friend or relative to be the officiant of their wedding ceremony. (If that's you, you might be wondering how to perform a wedding ceremony and what to say. I will try to help you.) First, think about whether you want to make...