Have you ever seen those dances on Youtube and wonder what they’re like? How is this created? What goes into the dance? Who’s responsible for making this all possible? Let’s give you some background … This was my son’s wedding, May 20, 2017. Congratulations again to Tony & Claire!

First, the client (bride/groom) must want to do something unique for their wedding. After all, it’s their wedding day, right?! In this case, my son wanted to surprise his new wife (Claire) with a groomsmen dance. He had some songs in mind and wanted to choreograph a dance with his groomsmen.

As a DJ, I mixed these songs together in the order he dictated, creating the transitions that he would use for this dance. Once put together, he practiced with his groomsmen. They practiced a lot. We hired another DJ, Paul Chamberlin from The Music Machine in South Bend. Paul is not only my friend, but a fellow trusted business owner. The mix was given to him, and the rest was in the hands of the groomsmen. Well, the “Dad’s” got involved a little too!

This dance was done after the formalities. My son and his groomsmen energized the 170+ guests, right from the beginning. The dance floor was packed all night long, filled with an amazing vibe. Great memories were created for the newlyweds. Video credit goes to Laurie, the Mother of the Bride, who captured it on her cell phone.

Are you looking for a special way to connect your guests? Think outside of the box and give me your ideas. Let’s make it happen!