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Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest 10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
Planning your Reception The basic differences in Wedding Receptions are somewhat obvious. The location or venue site…. will the ceremony be held on-site or off-site…. projected size of the guest list, and the time line of the reception events, from arrival of guest to the last song of the evening. Take the time to prepare for a key session with one of Michigan’s most requested event music providers DJ Steve Miller as he provides for each and every Bride and Groom, family member, and wedding coordinator, the consultative approach to wedding reception planning. The “live” or “virtual” visit to the venue Your DJ Steve Miller, will make arrangements to visit the venue prior to the day of the event, to view the designated loading / unloading areas, available time of access, meet the sales team or event coordinator, verify available power sources versus DJ Booth placement. As a side note he will make note of the ceiling heights, entrance doors for introductions, projected speaker placement, emergency exits, and venue rules of etiquette as designated for vendors. Your DJ Steve Miller, will want to meet with you at the beginning of the week in which the event will take place, to walk through the final plans, changes/ or additions in scheduled events, and to insure a comfort zone of readiness. This meeting can take place over the phone, or in person, at the discretion of the client. The review of the Event Planning Document Your DJ Steve Miller, has provided for you a very detailed document that will walk you through the entire evening from start to finish. The “Event Planner” Document is available via the web site under the Menu item “Contact us” and is can be printed for your use, or by e-mail or fax, or regular mail should you prefer. This document becomes Steve’s script/ directional guide throughout the evening of the event.
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest
10 Last minute considerations When planning your wedding, there are a few last minute considerations that you may want to go over just to make sure that your wedding goes smooth. When to Introduce Parents – Suggestions are with the bridal party at the beginning of the event, before dinner at their respective seats, or with the bridal party during the bridal party dance. Placement seating of guest near the dance floor or speakers. The order of speakers during the toast or welcome. The gap of time between the end of dinner and the “first dance” or special event. Introduction of the bridal party during the bridal dance a second time or not. What time the bar closes and what time the last song is to be played. Will there be additional announcements, birthdays, anniversaries, surprises. Guest requesting songs and perimeters to consider. Time Photographers and Videographers will depart from event. Is there an event coordinator or wedding planner involved with your event?
The “DJ Steve Miller Planner” includes: General details of the event or reception Introductions of the Bridal Party Introduction of the Bride and Groom Introductions of Parents/ Grandparents Cake Cutting Ceremony Welcome, Toast, Grace Special Introductions and Announcements Dinner announcement and Type of service Bride and Groom First Dance Father/ Daughter Dance Mother/ Son Dance Bridal Party Dance Bouquet/ Garter Ceremony Other Optional Dances (Anniversary Dance, Dollar Dance, etc.) Cocktail Hour Music Dinner Hour Music Dance / Evening Music (genres, preferred songs/ artist, music not preferred, must plays) Additional items of discussion (fountains, sign in books, gift tables, late night snacks) Room layout and key points of interest