There are a million ways to start off this blog post. I put off blogging about this wedding for a while even though I had the pictures I had been waiting for. Main reason being: there was just too much to say about this Wedding. This will definitely make other brides a bit jealous, but appreciation sees no limits when the wonderful couple are super into music and super enthusiastic about the person who is in charge of entertainment for their event....rather than the DJ. From day 1, Heather & Jeremy both had won my heart, and since in my personal life I surround myself with the best people, I hope the same for my professional one too. Heather & Jeremy passed all expectations and blew my mind away with their amazingness, enthusiasm, energy and warmth-ness. To add, they are just one of most amazing looking couples, and to add more, they are just two of the most fun people I have the privilege of knowing. From the initial meeting till today, both Heather & Jeremy have been wonderful at keeping touch and talking more than just music and the Wedding. However, for most couples the Wedding is the most important thing, but to me something just as important is closure with your vendors, and definitely the one in charge of entertaining your guests. The funniest thing, I feel I contributed the littlest to entertain the guests that were unlike any others I have seen. The Wedding of Heather & Jeremy was quite intimate, with the guest list of approx 80 people, this set the record for my smallest Wedding, and boy, this Wedding was unlike any other.
Hmm...before I continue, let me finish bragging about my two new friends Heather & Jeremy Broffman. Fitness and Music enthusiasts. Heather during one of her visits in AZ to plan her destination Wedding also fit in her schedule a 4AM hike with me. The hike we chose was at the mountain on which sits the venue for her Wedding, Camelback Mountain. Followed by a very fun meeting/brunch/breakfast regarding Wedding and more. On the second visit, Jeremy joined us both on another 4AM hike followed by another meeting/brunch/breakfast. Days before the wedding, I was invited to join them both to meet their Bridal party and Family members, which was very heart-warming and they both insisted on me bringing my future bride.
The day of the Wedding!!! The Jewish ceremony overlooking the amazing Arizona sunset was simply breath-taking. The guests...mostly from the east coast, got to see what the west coast is all about with our sunsets while having cocktails in the terrace of the ballroom. When the time came, all curtains of the windowed-out (mostly windows for walls) ballroom were opened and guests got to peek into a room filled with elegance, modernness and every attention to detail. White dance floor, white leather DJ booth, chandeliers and white uplighting around the room were just some of the features for this decked out room designed by the fabulous Suzanne Taussig.
I helped the wonderful couple put together a mix for their entrance emceed by one of the groomsmen, who did a terrific job getting everyone on their feet welcoming the couple, followed by a choreographed dance which again took the guest by surprise. House and electronic music played throughout the evening until another surprise performance by the Maid of Honor which kicked off open dancing. And the rest just makes this Wedding just that much awesome. Hoping to edit and upload the video I have recorded online. But for now enjoy the images by the wonderful Ruby Rideout.