Reception Venue:  The Melrose Hotel

Coordinator:  Shari Johns of As You Wish

Hair and Makeup:  Anita of Elan Make-Up Studios

Flowers:  Bella Fiori

Cakes:  Panini Cakes

Videography:  Soulbox Productions

Photography:  Lemin Photography (See her blog post here)


See Lynn Michelle's Blog Entry for more pics from Julie and Eric's Wedding and Reception at The Tribute in the Colony
Location: The Tribute Golf Club, The Colony
Hair & Makeup: Photo Vamp
Flowers:  Creative Concepts Florals
Officiant: Love Notes, Marty Younkin
Photography:  Lynn Michelle

Photo taken by Lynn Michelle

See the write up in D Magazine of Corey and Brandon's wedding and reception at Texas Discover Gardens.  I provided the ceremony sound, reception sound and lighting, gobo as well as DJ and MC of their reception.  The other team members were

Ceremony & Reception Site: Texas Discovery Gardens at Fair Park
Photographer/Studio: Janelle Lowrance, Engaged Studio
Bridal Gown Designer: Casablanca
Bridal Gown Retailer: Anna’s Bridal Boutique (Lake Oswego, Oregon)
Hair & Makeup: Kelly Espinoza, Haute Facade
Groom’s Attire: Jim’s Formalwear
Bridesmaids Dresses Retailer: Banana Republic
Flowers: A Stylish Soiree
Cake: Delicious Cakes
Caterer: Extreme Cuisine Catering
DJ: Seth Hoisington, Dallas Rhythms
Wedding Rentals: BBJ Linen, Suite 206
Wedding Planner: Becca Coile, A Stylish Soiree
Wedding Designers: Becca Coile & Kerrie Smith, A Stylish Soiree

Picture taken by Janelle Lowrance of Engaged Studio

Photographer: Littrell Photography
Venue:  Castle Douglas

More photos from Littrell Photography in their blog entry here

Picture taken by Littrell Photography


Wow, 2007 looks to be a great year for my DJ business. I have already matched 2006 and we are only in March. The funny “Murphy’s Law” about booking these weekends, is that people always request the same weekends. I think a lot has to do with the planning process of looking at when schools let out, holidays, and good travel dates. One date in particular is 7/7/07. I booked that date a while back and have gotten about 1 request for that particular date about every other week.

Here is a great piece of software I found for MegaSeg DJ’s or any Mac DJs. It’s called Tangerine and it can be found here What it does is scans your entire mp3 library and analyzes the BPM. It only costs $25 and it will update all the tags with the discovered BPM. There are a couple of apps like this on the PC, like mixmeister’s free bpm finder, which could always find the BPM, but it never updated the tags correctly. So anyways.. I bought Tangerine and it did a pretty accurate job with the exception of the usual double or halved bpm that many algorithms are susceptible to. The original intention of the software was to help people make playlists based on the BPM (For working out, resting, reading, etc..), but it works great for us DJ’s. I had Megaseg re-import all the tags and now I can tap the = button and then do a little tweaking to get the speed just right.