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Client Information

Event Information

Who will do the blessing?
Customary that the best man does the toast but every event is different. Who will be making yours?

Music & Intro Information

Wedding Formalities

This is the special dance reserved for the bride & her special person. Examples "Bride & Father.. Bride & Brother.. Bride & Son"
This is the special dance reserved for the groom & his special person. Examples "Groom & Mother, Groom & Daughter or Groom & Sister"
"Superfreak, Single Ladies, etc"
" Leggs, Gettin Jiggy wit it, etc"

Unlike most entertainment companies we encourage our clients input in there music selection. From the first song of the night to the last, all of our DJs are there to take your requests and mix them flawlessly throughout your event.

Ceremony Music

Prelude Think of it as “welcoming music.” By no means bland, this is harmonious music with a calm, often pastoral air to it, designed to set a tone of relaxed composure, alleviate the stresses of traveling, and – added bonus! – it lets the guests know by ear where the ceremony will be located. We usually start between 15 and 30 minutes before the ceremony begins.
Processional refers to the formal entrances of family and bridal party (and groomal party?). The word also is used to refer to the pieces of music we’ll play during these entrances. These special entrances include: Parents, grandparents, and any other family or honored guests, bridesmaids and groomsmen and any flower girls and/or ring bearers We often play a piece for family, then change the music and play another piece for attendants, then a third for the bride’s entrance. Many couples opt for a single piece for family and attendants, if the processional distance is short and/or there are fewer than three or four people in each group.
Recessional refers to the formal exit of the bridal party including bride and groom and the bridesmaids and groomsmen; it also refers to the piece of music we play for this exit.
Postlude is the music we play after the recessional, as the guests exit the ceremony area.

Genral Information

NYE New Years Eve Piazza Philadelphia 2015!

NYE New Years Eve Piazza Philadelphia 2015!

Another embodied production!   Kellie Berrios was out in full effect at the 2014-2015 New Years Eve celebration at The Piazza. This video was edited here at embodied , with Sojo on the roster its just another example of success with our multi service...

DJ Expo 2014 Preview

DJ Expo 2014 Preview

In 1990, DJ Times first presented DJ Expo—and 24 years later, it remains the industry's longest-running and best-attended trade show. Each August, DJ Expo presents more than two-dozen educational seminars, an exhibit hall jammed with the latest DJ-related gear, and...

Andre’s 6th Birthday Video Production

Andre’s 6th Birthday Video Production

VIDEO PRODUCTION Its a pool party! We were on location in this video production filming Andre's special day! Our videos add that sentimental touch to you're day.  We will be there to capture the memories and moments that you cant... You should be busy enjoying them....

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