THINGS TO THINK ABOUT WHEN PLANNING YOUR WEDDING LAYOUT
DJ Kenny Casanova gives you some things to think about with your wedding floor plan in this video blog. Touching upon the elderly, DJ placement, and how to get the best music quality from your DJ, if you are creating your wedding reception floor plan right now this is certainly worth under 3 minutes of your time.
You will not only hear some nifty ideas that will save you from having problems, but also get some ideas on what to think about when on offering the most you can from your entertainment through correct placement.
Have you heard of the new smash dance hit “What does The Fox Say?” by Ylvis? Well, if you haven’t yet, the kids last week at Troy Middle School certainly have! Here is a video confirming it, after about 50 kids all asked for the same outlandish tune.
Yes, the above video is just a quick funny shot of some kids at the Troy Middle School dance getting ready to learn “what the fox says” i.e. Ylvis style! If you are still with me and have no idea what I am talking about here is the original video, “What Does The Fox Say?” by Ylvis.
Above is a video of my first time DJ’ing at Holiday Inn Express of Latham NY, this weekend. It’s a great place for a wedding reception with modern fixtures, multiple chandlers, ample seating and dance room for a medium sized wedding of maybe 150 or so.
Located right off of the Northway Route 87, Latham NY as a town is a great place to have a wedding; not too far from Albany, Schenectady and Troy, NY.
The Holiday Inn as a venue is a great place covering all bases for your ceremony and reception. At the wedding that I was the DJ for on Saturday, the bride & groom got married right on site, had a great photo shoot in the courtyard, and moved into the reception without a glitch. All inclusive is the key to easy transition and success for your special day.
At this particular wedding, the bride & groom had cake pops (another thing I am relatively new to), and wedding photobooth action provided by www.bryerphotography.com .
A LOOK AT THE VENUE…
CEREMONY – The ceremony can take place in the Gazebo room or outside in the courtyard with a real gazebo.
For this particular wedding, it was overcast with a chance of rain early here in October, so the venue had a great backup plan all ready to go inside. This was good in the end because it did rain. However, everything still came off just fine.
COCKTAIL HOUR – Your cocktail hour can take place in a separate room, just outside the reception hall. In this room, there is a small fountain as a centerpiece for appetizers. The room is a little narrow, but has multiple doors for means of exit. The room is also right off of the reception hall, itself.
RECEPTION HALL – In the middle of the facility, the hall is easy to get to and very accommodating. They have a separate dance floor and the floor plan that the venue went with at this particular wedding was very effective, with entertainment in mind, as well as food service. (This is not always the case.)
Anyhow, without hesitation, I would recommend taking a look at this venue for your wedding.