It’s sometimes nice to sit at the computer and share useful information.
I’m no Ernest Hemingway and I’m not going to win any prizes for my musings but hopefully, you might find some of the information useful.
It’s a given these days that customers want a say in the playlist for their party, be that a milestone birthday or a wedding reception. It’s really not a problem for me and I happily provide the tools to enable customers to provide anything from a few favourites which I can work from and build on,
Wayne’s 80s roadshow is a unique look back to the days of 1980s mobile disco setups, and it’s being used more and more for modern weddings!
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Phew – that’s a long title isn’t it! 😮 In this article, I’ll detail how I helped a bride and groom to make their wedding reception work when half of the guests were English, and the other half were French. A little personal note….I didn’t like studying French at school many years ago. I just
Meet many a groom or Best Man’s fear…..the microphone! Unless you work in entertainment or enjoy a good session of Karaoke every once in a while, the chances are you’ve never actually used a microphone before for anything so serious as the speeches on your wedding day. Believe it or not, many grooms would actually prefer