I write this from my breakfast table looking out over Clifden Bay. Like most gigs, I wasn't sure what to expect from this Irish American Wedding. The Bride and Groom were Candian/ American and many of the guest were Irish, hailing from Dublin and Limerick mainly. The playlist was varied and after setting up some … Continue reading Irish American wedding in the Cashel House Hotel, Connemara, Co. Galway. DJ
We know one thing for sure. People are different. We have had different experiences that have shaped our tastes and sensibilities. This includes the careers we follow, the company we keep and the goods and services we consume. Some choices are more highly involved than others. So booking a DJ for your wedding will take … Continue reading How to choose the right DJ for your event?
I knew this was going to be an amazing wedding as soon as I read the email from Mark Nordstrom, Ohio. He was organising for his daughter. Mark wasn't entirely sure how the process worked and so I explained in the emails what type of music I generally played at American weddings and said that … Continue reading Ballyfin Wedding Dj American Wedding
I'm waiting to hit the decks at the UCD Hockey Ball 2018 in the Hilton Charlemont, Dublin 2.Courtesy of Dublin Djs, I Dj at this event every year. The students are the elite of Ireland and abroad. I'll start when the students decide to eat their mains but with Amhrain Na bhfiann being sung joyfully, … Continue reading UCD Hockey Ball 2018
Wedding give me hope, It’s speak to me that I shouldn’t let go of the rope. Every stride, of the bride, give me life. And every smile, of the groom, send me over the moon. Every happy tears, outshine my fears, of being alone. Doves set free, the bouquet’s thrown, The girls scream in glee. […] … Continue reading Forever a bridesmaid – A Poem
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For the first few months after getting engaged, I threw myself into wedding planning. I’ve never been particularly into crafts, but I found myself maniacally scouring Pinterest for ideas, hoping to gain some inspiration for all sorts of things. In particular, I wanted to find different styles of centrepieces, with my criteria being that it had to be simple to make and cost effective. Eventually, I planned a theme and colour scheme, and from that I then amalgamated lots of different ideas to create something that was exactly what I was looking for. I showed The Bloke what I had come up with, and thankfully he liked them as much as I did.
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Actually, if I’m being honest, that’s a complete fabrication. The Bloke and I got engaged in May (after an unbelievable proposal overlooking a 13th Century Scottish castle, and yes, I’m never going to get bored of saying that), and by June I had pretty much decided on what was going to happen on the big […] … Continue reading I hope Susie finds her Wedding Dj
I have long been convinced that the world is divided between people who enjoy being the center of attention and people who hate being the center of attention. Both my son and I are in the second category, as are most members of my family. Additionally, neither my son nor I like to dance and […] … Continue reading Not everybody wants to do a first dance!
Last October, I reviewed singer/songwriter Shelita Burke’s steamy EDM-infused single “Belong” (which you can read here). Now she’s back with a brand new single “Penetr… Source: Song Review: SHELITA BURKE - "Penetrate"