Adam was the best DJ we could have asked for. He worked at length with us on how the night would play out and made the music and the night about us. I would recommend him without a doubt- he is a professional and knows what he’s doing.
This was a gorgeous wedding at Icona Diamond Beach in Wildwood Crest, NJ. The bride and groom exchanged wedding vows on the beach! The cocktail hour was at the beach bar and the wedding reception was in a tent.
Here’s what the groom had to say:
Adam was super easy to work with and was incredibly flexible for during our big day. Couldn’t be happier with his services!
This was a gorgeous wedding at the Sea Shell Resort & Beach Club on Long Beach Island. The ceremony was held outside with a cocktail hour on the patio. The reception was rocking and the staff at the Sea Shell were friendly and helpful. We set up our photo booth on the left side of the bar, and it was busy all night!
The end of the wedding featured a sparkler send-off.
It was a little windy near the beach. We set up speakers outdoors, off-camera. Guests were able to hear the ceremony clearly no matter where they sat.
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Here’s what the groom had to say:
“The team was very attentive and helpful throughout the entire planning process as well as during the ceremony. They made sure all of our desires were met and then some. The entertainment and energy were phenomenal and the photo booth was a huge hit. Thanks to Philly Custom DJ for a great experience and excellent addition to our wedding!”
Music from the Sea Shell Resort & Beach Club Wedding
The playlist had classic rock, current dance hits and some “down the shore” favorites. There were some relatives from Argentina that flew in for the wedding. We were able to play some of their favorites including Cali Y El Dandee and Maluma.
Check out the actual playlist on Spotify. It plays like a party.
We consider ourselves lucky to have been involved in this rustic Graeme Park wedding. It was an overcast Saturday morning on the first of October, 2016, and it looked like it might rain for the outdoor ceremony, but the weather held out, at least until the cocktail hour, which was moved into the tent. The venue and caterer were well coordinated and the celebration went off without a hitch. We highly recommend this wedding venue and the talented wedding vendors we had the pleasure of collaborating with.
859 County Line Rd, Horsham, PA 19044 Contact Beth MacCausland, Certified Wedding Planner, to show you around this great wedding venue. The historic 1722 Keith House and rustic 1830s barn make a great backdrop for a tented wedding. For our wedding, there were a bunch of stations set up outside the tent, including a cigar bar, and lawn games like ring toss, corn hole, tic tac toe, and giant jenga. Words alone can't do this venue justice. Click here to see photos by Wedding Photographer Magi Kernan.
Magi's photography captured the fun and magic of this rustic Graeme Park wedding. The day itself was a little drizzly and overcast, but somehow, Magi made all the pictures sparkle. See pictures from this wedding and others at her website.
Procession: Across the Universe - Piano Cover Bride Procession: The O'neill Brothers Group Can You Feel the Love Tonight Recession: Alan Jackson Livin' on Love Wedding Party Entry: Hank Williams Jr - Family Tradition Bride and Groom Entry: WWE John Cena - The Time Is Now First Dance: Don Williams - I Believe In You 2nd Dance: Chris Stapleton - Tennesee Whiskey
You really can’t go wrong with Philly Custom DJ. Adam ensured we had everything put together and ready to go in time for our big day. We had multiple check-in sessions to go over everything required and the execution went off without a hitch. I highly, highly recommend using Philly Custom DJ!
Here’s what the groom had to say after the wedding:
In a few words, Adam is the MAN. Such a great personality, excellent taste in music and wonderful to work with.
He was very proactive in our wedding planning (directly communicating with the wedding party, providing the evening agenda for our other vendors, simple yet effective forms for our music/timeline organization, etc.) He really helped us along in all aspects of the wedding planning.
His slogan says it all “I’ll listen to you and play the music you love”. We truly personalized our wedding through a collective effort in making our playlists for the cocktail and dinner hours and then left the dance party in his hands – and boy did he deliver.
He loves what he does and that really shines through when he’s manning that DJ booth. Highly recommended for any occasion. I’ll definitely stay in touch with him; I loved talking music together.
A gorgeous venue! There’s a garden with a Rapunzel Tower outside, and an art gallery on the inside. It’s a fairy-tale setting. Find out more on their website.
Catereing: Jeffrey A. Miller
Actually, the caterer on site if you choose this location is Craig Zeserman. He’s a pleasure to work with – a real pro! More info on their website.
Photography: JPG Photography
We were lucky enough to work with Stacey Moore. You can see more of her gorgeous photography and find booking information on their website.
The Music from the Community Arts Center Wedding
Listen on Spotify
Some of the songs aren’t available on Spotify. See the full playlist at Serato.
These unique tracks were individually selected by the groom:
Jon Brion – Phone Call (Eternal Sunshine Soundtrack)
Bibio – Lover’s Carvings (First 1:25)
Black Sabbath – Fluff
Eric Clapton – The Girl In Pith Helmet
Yes – Mood For A Day
Wedding Party Procession: King Crimson – Improv: Daniel Dust
I actually bought it on a discy disc!
There’s no way to buy a digital copy of this rare King Crimson live track. But it was for an important moment, the wedding procession. I bought it on a disc, because I want to make sure that it plays perfectly.
This wedding was planned via long distance. The couple lives in Boston, but they got married in the Philadelphia area so their friends and family could celebrate with them. We met a few times via Google Hangouts, and shared information via email and Google Spreadsheets. The wedding RSVP cards had a blank space for requests, so the music was reflective of everyone present.
Reviews of Knowlton talk about the outdoor space, but on this particular wedding day, it was raining, so the whole event was indoors. Cocktails were served in the mansion, and guests were free to wander into all the interesting rooms. We were able to provide sound for this location by placing a speaker at the top of the stairs with the cocktail hour mix.
The reception was in a large modern hall with a high ceiling. We were able to fill the room with great sound from our station in the corner of the room. Guests were dancing the whole night to classic rock, pop, old-school, crunk and sing along favorites. The bride and groom made their grand entry to The Darkness – I Believe In A Thing Called Love, and they closed the night with Friends in Low Places! Continue reading Knowlton Mansion Wedding→
The bride and groom rented an entire Bed and Breakfast for the weekend: The Island Guest House in Beach Haven, NJ. The wedding, including the ceremony took place in a tent right beside the house. The weekend was rainy, but the guests were energized and not a single drop fell throughout the reception.
As guests were getting settled into their seats, Trevor Collins played acoustic guitar plugged into our system. A friend of the couple conducted the brief, touching and beautiful ceremony. At one point all the guests joined him in repeating the famous words of Kurt Vonnegut, “If this isn’t nice, I don’t know what is.”
The bride and groom started working on their playlist nearly a year before the wedding started. Their initial Spotify playlist had very distinct selections from across the musical spectrum. It included songs by Arcade Fire, Jackie Wilson, KT Tunstall, Talking Heads, Destiny’s Child, No Doubt, Jens Lekman, Outkast, James Taylor, Creedence Clearwater Revival, Dire Straits, Mos Def, Usher, M.I.A., The Cure, The Roots, Jay Z, Amy Winehouse, Beck, TLC, and Stevie Wonder.