Saturday, December 27, 2008

Congratulations Ryan and Ann

Last night we had the pleasure of providing entertainment for a beautiful bride and handsome groom. Their winter theme featured the colors of plum and olive, and they looked so elegant together! The favors they had for their guests were Christmas ornaments that were hanging from a Christmas tree right by the sign-in book. They were hung with personalized ribbon featuring the bride and groom’s names. The ornaments were in plum, olive, and silver, to match the winter theme. The whole effect was so pretty! The centerpieces consisted of matching ornaments in tall glass cylinders – very cool - and Ryan and Ann had stockings hanging on their head table.

Their family members were so much fun! They were on the dance floor from the first song to the last. There were so many people dancing to The Chicken Dance that they almost overflowed the large dance floor. The bride’s family is Czech, so you know that they filled the floor to Polka songs as well. Speaking of them being Czech, there was a toast that paid homage to their heritage. All of the immediate family members were called onto the dance floor and given tiny little glasses filled with some kind of alcohol. From their expressions after drinking, it must have been pretty potent! We knew that side of the family was large but we didn’t realize how large until we saw them taking a group picture: it was ¾ of the room! They were so funny, dancing as they got their picture taken.

And, once again, I noticed that there were a lot of kids at the wedding. There was one adorable little girl in a pink frilly dress that stole everyone’s heart, including mine. She loved to dance and loved the music and was just having a blast as everyone danced. It’s always fun seeing the little ones all dressed up and having fun at a reception.

So after a great evening of food, cake, drinks, and plenty of dancing, the night came to a close. Ryan and Ann headed out through a shower of bubbles and flower petals into a car filled with balloons. Congratulations Ryan and Ann, and have a great honeymoon!

Sunday, December 21, 2008

Funny Wedding Photos

I just ran across this site that has "Wedding Photos We'll All Remember." Check them out, they are too funny!

Sunday, December 14, 2008

SM Company Christmas Party

What a good time we had last night! We had the privilege of working at Wyndehaven Terrace, which has beautiful ballrooms, great food, and good service. The people with SM (my abbreviation for the company) were so nice. We could tell that the employees all genuinely like each other and that they have a great time when they get together. The party planners and the company did such a good job of providing many, many door prizes to the employees and spouses, and you can tell it was really appreciated. The prizes included restaurant gift cards, a GPS, Rockets tickets, massages, an iPod touch, and more. Wow! We couldn’t believe the prizes they gave out – what an awesome company! And for the grand prize, a 37” flat screen HDTV!

To make the party even more fun, they had a Vegas Night theme. There were gaming tables where the guests could play poker, craps, 21 and roulette. Everyone seemed to really enjoy playing. In addition to calling out the winners of the prizes, we provided music for those who wished to dance.

It was a great party enjoyed by all, including us. It’s so nice in this tough economy to see a company set aside time to show their gratitude to their hard working employees by providing such a fun party.

Thank you SM and we hope to work with you next year!

Friday, December 12, 2008

Merry Christmas from Premium Sound!

Click on this link and it will take you to a Christmas carol from us to you. (note that some words are spelled wrong but we had to do it to make the song sound right). Make sure to turn up your speakers.

Enjoy, then make one of your own to send to your family and friends!

Saturday, December 6, 2008

Congratulations Sean and Nancy

We had the pleasure of working this reception at Brady’s Landing, and the room was absolutely beautiful! The wedding colors were ivory, chocolate, and gold, which complemented the room perfectly. There were so many small details that helped carry out the colors. The tablecloths and chair covers were ivory, and the chairs had brown sashes. There were ivory and chocolate brown favor boxes on the tables, and Jordan almonds wrapped in matching tulle. Personalized water bottles on each table had specially made labels with Nancy and Sean’s names, their wedding date, and a list of ‘love’ ingredients. There were ivory personalized napkins as well. The card box was covered in an ivory fabric with brown accents. There were also small bells to ring out to make the newlyweds kiss. Even their cake matched: it had ivory tiers with different chocolate accents on each layer. It was clear that the couple spent a lot of time making sure everything matched perfectly!

I always talk about how I love the little babies, and there were so many of them at this reception! I think there was a baby under the age of one or a child at every other table! And they always look so cute in their little dress up outfits.

This group was lots of fun: they were on the dance floor from the first song. We had the Party Package for this reception (that’s when we give the guests props like saxophones, sunglasses, leis, and other fun stuff). They loved it! There was a Dollar Dance and a large amount of guests participated, which is always nice. The bouquet and garter came later, and then we had at least an hour for non-stop dancing. The Cha Cha Slide, The Cupid Shuffle, and Single Ladies were all big hits.

Instead of a formal exit, Sean and Nancy choose to stay until the end of the reception and just casually leave when they were ready. They had plenty of fun before they bid farewell to their friends and family and headed off to their new life together. Congratulations to the newlyweds!

Monday, December 1, 2008

Just for fun

I found this hilarious site, check it out:

I have to say that we've never seen anything like the cakes on this site!