We used a slide show on the elevated flat screen to enhance the impact and memorability of the parents’ dances. Pictures of the bride growing up were shown during the father-daughter dance and pictures of the groom growing up were shown during the mother-son dance.
The flat screen was high enough and strategically positioned so that the guests could see the slide show just above the dancing couple’s heads. That way, family and friends could enjoy them both simultaneously.
The Binghamton Club has a perfect wall space for the projected monogram, but the monogram can also be projected on the dancefloor by mounting the projector on a light stand up high and pointing it down to the dancefloor per the following photo.
As far as the music selection, Michelle and Mike left it up to me to read the crowd which is where a DJ’s experience and skill level really shows. The guests loved it! I am equally comfortable with couples who give me a list of favorites to work in for maximum fun and dancing spontenaity.
At this reception, there was a pretty good mix of ages, so I worked hard to choose songs that the majority of them would know and enjoy.
They just kept dancing all night!