We love working with the Orlando Doubletree by Hilton at Sea World. Proms, weddings, corporate parties… pretty much any event is a breeze there! We provided dance floor lighting and music while their in-house A/V company (Swank!) did the lighting and video screens.. as well as a cool snowflake projection. While we’ve done these before, it was the first time I got to see an entire room done with it, and it looked… well, swanky! There was a bit of confusion as they didn’t know I had my own sound, so they brought theirs, but we made it work just fine. Overall, the evening was a great success!
LOTS of request for Latin, Reggae and Soca… especially Soca, and I LOVE Soca!
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After 2 years, E-Stone decided to host another party in Sebring at the Chateau Elán. This is a crowd of mixed genres, but mostly Latin music. A little bit of lighting was also brought in to keep the evening festive!
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Liz & Matt are an awesome couple! Like my wife and I, they both share a common job that allows them to talk industry jargon with each other– they’re both programmers! Matt also did a lot with live sound, so we got along quite well!
Their reception was at the Peggy Brown Building and I worked with a Dream Team! Diana with two of my favorite vendors and friends Tim Hicklin of Storybook Weddings, and Maggi with Piece of Cake By Maggi!
We mixed in lots of Latin favorites as Liz’s family is Hispanic and wanted a good mix of salsa, merengue, and bachata.
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I tagged along with Charles Casiano to the Don Vicente in Ybor, Tampa, to get some video footage of him for our main site: My Dream Reception. He suggested a tag-team DJ combo which was a lot of fun!
The Don Vicente is a beautiful location that really shows the historic side of Ybor. Charles took care of handling the ceremony in the main room and set up a cocktail hour system downstairs. Rumors say this place is haunted and people see ghosts all the time… yeah, basement.. great idea. (You can, without a shadow of a doubt, tell this place used to be a speakeasy.)
The reception room is diveded into dining and dancing areas, but sound easily went from one room to another. The Don Vicente has a VERY unique layout– if you want an unforgettable place for your wedding, this is a MUST SEE!
We adorned the dance hall area with LED flood lights and stars across the ceiling!
As usual, Charles rocked it Spanglish style mixing a bit of American and Latin music. Check out the pics and video below!
Brittany and Alejandro are an amazing couple who promised an amazing celebration. Brittany’s Italian family and Alejandro’s Colombian family were a promising recipe for an unforgettable wedding reception. It paid off indeed with NONSTOP DANCING!
Everyone got a taste of the party that was about to come during the ceremony as Alejandro chose Cheap Trick’s “In The Street” as the opening song for the ceremony. Look it up– it’s the theme to “That 70′s Show.”
The beautiful Venetian Golf & Country Club in Venice was transformed with dance floor lighting and uplights. Their pink and orange colors came together very tastefully.
These people were ready to party from the very beginning and they danced non-stop to a variety of requests. Check out the pics and video below to see all the action!