So what do wedding guests really remember about a wedding? Thousands of brides were surveyed after their weddings, and the results, in The Knot and Brides Magazine, may offer you valuable guidance as you prioritize your wedding budget.
Nicole and Westley Zimmer held an intimate reception — their first of two — for family and close friends at Eddie Merlot’s in Lincolnshire. And the Chicago Wedding DJ pros of Fourth Estate Audio helped them set the night to music. For more information about Fourth Estate, just call 630.654.4440.
Tana and Justin DiSalvo exchanged their vows on a cool autumn afternoon in Bloomingdale, then joined loved ones for a festive dinner and dancing at Venuti’s in Addison. The Chicago DJ pros of Fourth Estate Audio made it all musical. Learn more about Fourth Estate at 630.654.4440.
Mercede and Ryan Shaner chose the rustic warmth of Oswego’s Northfork Farm for their wedding ceremony and reception. And for their music and sound, they trusted the Chicago DJ pros of Fourth Estate Audio. Learn more about Fourth Estate at 630.654.4440.
Melanie and Kyle Kirby celebrated their new union with an intimate outdoor ceremony and indoor reception at Lockport’s Public Landing. For the evening’s music soundtrack, they turned to the Chicago DJ pros of Fourth Estate Audio. Learn more about us at 630.654.4440.
Jasmine and Kent Zitt were married in a beautiful outdoor ceremony at Whitetail Ridge Golf Club in Yorkville. Then it was indoors for a night of dining, dancing and celebration. The Chicago Wedding DJ pros of Fourth Estate Audio set the night to music.
Lauren and Marty Densler celebrated a joyous wedding and reception at Belvedere Banquets in Elk Grove Village. And the Chicago DJ pros of Fourth Estate Audio created a symphony of sound, light and motion to help turn their day into a lifetime memory.
Do you fancy yourself something of an artist? Are you planning to put together your own wedding by yourself? If you’re doing it out of financial necessity, then you’ll get what you get. But if you have some fiscal flexibility, consider leaving some of the key elements of your big day to people who’ve done them thousands of times, and know how to do them right. Here are five tasks that are best left to the professionals.
When you start planning a wedding, everyone you know offers advice. Not all of it is good, even if it’s offered with the best of intentions. Here’s how to say no, without hurting anyone’s feelings.